Biomimicry and Branches

Ever notice that some of our technology looks similar to nature? Well it turns out, there’s an engineering concept called - Biomimicry. As usual, we’ll start with the definition: “What is Biomimicry you ask? Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature's time-tested patterns and strategies. In short, biomimicry... Continue Reading →

Brian Cox LIVE Q&A – Sunday October 25 2020

(LINK TO VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM) Sunday is a day of rest. Hope you are enjoying the day, I certainly am. As a matter of fact, I found a treat on my timeline this afternoon, on my Twitter List called “Science Rulz! 🔬🌡🧪🧬🦠” While scrolling along, I found a post from Brian Cox. Dr.... Continue Reading →

The Soaring Twenties

If you have been paying attention, you can see that the 2020s are going to be special. Similar to the Roaring Twenties (from 1920-1929), there is another "Cultural Civil War" going on: "These conflicts–what one historian has called a “cultural Civil War” between city-dwellers and small-town residents, Protestants and Catholics, blacks and whites, “New Women”... Continue Reading →

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