Record setter
Record setter…..  
16 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Kinda low
Kinda low……. Wanna race?  
16 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
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16 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Truly a flying boxcar
Truly a flying boxcar….  
15 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
A Spiral Aurora over Iceland
Well that just an awesome photo… Originally shared by +Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) A Spiral Aurora over IcelandImage Credit & Copyright: Davide Necchihttp://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150915.html What's happened to the sky? Aurora! Captured late last month, this aurora was noted by Icelanders for its great brightness and quick development. The aurora resulted from a solar storm, with high energy particles bursting out from the Sun and through a crack in Earth's protective magnetosphere a few days later. Although a spiral pattern can be discerned, creative humans might imagine the complex glow as an atmospheric apparition of any number of common icons. In the foreground of the featured image is the Ölfusá River, while the lights illuminate a bridge in Selfoss City. Just beyond the low clouds is a nearly full Moon. The liveliness of the Sun — and the resulting auroras on Earth — is slowly diminishing as the Sun emerges from a Solar maximum of surface activity and evolves towards a historically more quite period in its 11-year cycle. In fact, solar astronomers are waiting to see if the coming Solar minimum will be as unusually quiet as the last one, where sometimes months would go by with no discernible […]
15 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Looks like this would be fun to fly
Looks like this would be fun to fly…  
14 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Another what if photo of the Thunderbirds in the latest jets
Another what if photo of the Thunderbirds in the latest jets…  
14 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Yet something else I have never seen
Yet something else I have never seen…  
13 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
TWELVE TOMORROWS (2016) – New Release
Time to pick up the current and past issues for some good Sci Fi Reading….! Originally shared by +Daniel Suarez TWELVE TOMORROWS (2016) – New Release +MIT Technology Review has long been one of my favorite tech and science magazines, so I was honored when Bruce Sterling asked me to contribute to their fourth annual Science Fiction Anthology (2016), Twelve Tomorrows. Described as "science fiction inspired by today's new technologies", this year's collection includes my short story, All the Childhood You Can Afford , alongside visionary sci-fi tales from a host of talented authors — plus a gallery of classic sci-fi artwork by the late Virgil Finlay. To grab your copy, visit:http://www.technologyreview.com/twelvetomorrows/16/ Editor: Bruce SterlingArtwork: Virgil Finlay (1914-1971)Short Stories by: Paola Antonelli, Ned Beauman, Ilona Gaynor, Nick Harkaway, John Kessel, Annalee Newitz, Pepe Rojo, Bruce Sterling, Charles Stross, Daniel Suarez, Jo-Lindsay Walton  
12 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Thunderbirds return to Kentucky today
Thunderbirds return to Kentucky today…… It's been 40 years…  
12 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by