RSS Feed

Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tech and science go hand and hand

Cover of "The Hunger Games"

Cover of The Hunger Games

Redshirt comic

Redshirt comic (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Check out this science site from our sponsors. It is really cool and has the best articles about science and technology. It just underwent a total transformation so if you have been there before you need to check it out again. I believe the world will be a better place when more science is taught to everyone in different ways so that we can all understand.

The latest underwater turbines are being tested for use in the Great Lakes. There are some that are concerned about the environmental impact these windmills of the water are going to have. Already testing has shown potential signs of damaging habitats but there are new innovations to jump these hurdles as we approach a new age in electricity generation.

Are you in need of science writing services? Not sure, well then this is the place for you. This blog covers all the ways science writing can benefit everyone. From learning how to perform services as a science writer to learning how science can help you develop in any aspect of your life, this is the place to be.  The topics are never boring here, even though many say science is boring, all of our fans disagree.

There is this great science fiction story out, hot off the press. It is available on the main website if you can find it but parts of it are located at Yahoo! Voices.  There is no limit to the imagine I have, I swear. Read this science flash fiction and find out the levels my imagination reach in this down to earth way of describing a closer encounter of a really close kind. It need to be reviewed so you can use it as you next book review to post, right?

Today, there is great deal of science in the movies, beyond what Star Trek gave us, today’s movie really like to put science in the spotlight. The newest movie I have seen with this schema was The Hunger Games. I wrote a weekend blog about it recently but not too sure where I put that link.Anyways, if you are wondering why I am using italics I guess I’ll have to give bigger clues, next time.

 

 

 

 

Related articles

Enhanced by Zemanta
Advertisements

Pinterest is Taking Over

Pinterest

Pinterest (Photo credit: PixByDee)

 

The best part about science writing in 2012 is the new ways to reach audiences. If you have Pinterest for this reason then you are probably on top off your social media marketing. Many companies are joining in the race to reach these new audiences and Faceboook has become an ads fest. This makes a market for us that don’t want corporations to impose on our ability to reach fresh minds.

The most popular topic for me this week is social media widgets. They are everywhere and not always easy to use. I tried out Chime Wigdet here on WordPress and had no luck. I was able to place the widget in many other spots so it is still very useful. If you are new to Chime. In, come over and check it out. The communities are great for learning and they have absolutely NO ADS. It might even shock you if you have been on Facebook a while.

If you want to be an independent science writer you have to be committed to the learning by practicing process. It takes some courage because this career is in no way a spectator sport. Trying new approaches and learning the most intense information in the history of human knowledge, are everyday events in the life of science writing. The most important thing to remember is to never give up and always find an outline for your brilliance.

Even the weather can inspire great writing. The fake weather  of March 2012 has finally pasted but not without some serious consequences. Dallas had killer tornadoes and many crops are ruined due to frosting and other unseasonal flowering and blooming. Climatologists are really taking advantage of this warm winter and so are many other global warming enthusiasts.  

Using science to present human nature in the form of science fiction has always been a popular outlet for science writers. The ideal abduction, is a concept I have been playing with lately. I plan to finish a short flash fiction to test my skills in creative writing. The basic idea is that we have a lot of “growing” as a society before we are ready to handle what the future has in store.

 

Related articles

Enhanced by Zemanta

Come Tech It Out

Geothermal Energy Development - California

Geothermal Energy Development – California (Photo credit: SkyTruth)

The best part about writing a blog, that I have found so far, is the ability to mesh common experience with drop dead tips. I started this month out with a great article about how to avoid over scheduling. The best part about this post is that it’s quite short. If you only have an extra minute, then click the link or run to my main website where I conduct real business at.  I can be found in many places so just get on board however you can before we set sail and allow no new passengers. 

There is no way to explain my relationship with Examiner.com. So, I won’t even try but I did provide a great news clip for the entire world to witness the “day the oil companies died.” I take a few important events from the end of March pertaining to alternative energy and conclude that oil will not be the source of energy at the end of my life. It’s quite important info in that one and Examiner.com pays me if you read my articles, so please read.

I have finally set up a blog for everyone to laugh at my daily experiences. Isn’t this fun?  I plan to blog and construct all- important informative articles each and every day. This week I faced the dreaded weekend blog  and performed rather well, in that I actually posted something.  I did blow the chance at a holiday blog post but I had an extremely busy Easter Day. Since the website is much more open to conversation, drop a line and have a good time. 

Easter eggs

Easter eggs (Photo credit: StSaling)

In the world of self employmentmonkeys are king, at least Japanese macaques. There have been recent observations of micro evolution that show a striking relationship to how we human do business. The monkeys are not only fun to watch but educational as well. I wrote a great article on my website, if you hurry it may still be on the home page. If not click the link in this paragraph, it will take you directly to the article.

This week has been productive in terms of freelance science writing. There have been many updates in the world, as of late, that show signs of our own evolving intelligence. I have been getting my mind dirty with all sorts of science from apes to Kalamazoo. The current projects of making a new theory of everything and transforming the human identify have come to a complete halt so it has left plenty of time to write for the fans and hopefully entice a client of two.

 

 

 

Related articles

 

Enhanced by Zemanta