Wednesday Wanderings: Good Omens Trailer, Dyeing Fabric with Bacteria, and Dust Storms on Titan

I don't know about you, but I am not so patiently waiting for the Amazon adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Prachett's "Good Omens" in 2019. Here's the first trailer and it looks just awesome: Good Omens This technique of dyeing fabric with bacteria is not only cool, but it could save billions of gallons … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Good Omens Trailer, Dyeing Fabric with Bacteria, and Dust Storms on Titan

Wednesday Wanderings: You Might Be The Killer Movie, Spicy Thai Noodles, Goats Invade Neighborhood, and Man Declared Dead But Is Very Much Alive

I saw this Twitter thread between authors Sam Sykes and Chuck Wendig when it first happened. Many who did said it should be on film. And, now, it is. You Might Be The Killer has done well at indie film festivals and will be aired on the Syfy channel on October 6 at 7 PM. You … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: You Might Be The Killer Movie, Spicy Thai Noodles, Goats Invade Neighborhood, and Man Declared Dead But Is Very Much Alive

Wednesday Wanderings: Almost Perfect Mummies in Yukon, Drug Sensor Based on Thumb Piano, Low Dose Aspirin May Not be Good for All, and Bunny Cop

Miners have discovered almost perfect mummified remains of a wolf pup and caribou calf in the Yukon: Wolf and Caribou A sensor based on thumb pianos could be used to identify bogus drugs and more: Thumb Piano Sensor That low dose aspirin you're taking? It may not be helping you as much as you might … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Almost Perfect Mummies in Yukon, Drug Sensor Based on Thumb Piano, Low Dose Aspirin May Not be Good for All, and Bunny Cop

Wednesday Wanderings: SETI Uses Artificial Intelligence To Track Radio Bursts, Corpse Flower to Bloom, and Pluto Should Be a Planet

It doesn't mean there is intelligent life out there, but these learning networks are helping scientists track and explore signals from other galaxies: SETI It's cool that it's rare and going to bloom years ahead of schedule, but I'm kinda glad this isn't in my garden: Corpse Flower Set to Bloom Some scientists are saying … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: SETI Uses Artificial Intelligence To Track Radio Bursts, Corpse Flower to Bloom, and Pluto Should Be a Planet

Wednesday Wanderings: Exoplanets with Water, Is Opportunity Still Alive, Bending Spaghetti, and Steve Perry Releases Second Single

These seven exoplanets of the Trappist-1 star are likely rocky with plenty of water: Seven Planets Will Opportunity wake up?: Mars Rover Too bad this isn't really practical for the kitchen, but I was amused by the idea of a  spaghetti-bending-machine: Bending Spaghetti I think all of my fellow Journey fans know by now that … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Exoplanets with Water, Is Opportunity Still Alive, Bending Spaghetti, and Steve Perry Releases Second Single

Wednesday Wanderings: Earthquake Aftershock Predictions, New Horizons Photos Its Next Target, Naked Mole Rats, and Wedding Photobomber

Late, I know, but I did manage to finish the read through of "Two's Company" this afternoon. On to final revisions tomorrow! Meanwhile, let's see what's going on out there in the interwebz. Scientists are using an artificial intelligence to predict earthquake aftershocks. In the future, it may help to lessen the effects: Aftershocks New … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Earthquake Aftershock Predictions, New Horizons Photos Its Next Target, Naked Mole Rats, and Wedding Photobomber

Wednesday Wanderings: New Moons for Jupiter, Huge Plane May Carry Rockets to the Edge of Space, and NASA and SpaceX Agree to Test Fueling Rockets with Astronauts Aboard

Ten new moons have been discovered around Jupiter, bringing the total to 79: Jupiter Moons Is this bigger-than-huge plane the answer to getting rockets into space? Stratolaunch In more space news, NASA may be on the verge of allowing SpaceX to fuel rockets after astronauts are aboard: SpaceX ====================================================== Coming soon: Two's Company, a sci-fi novel in … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: New Moons for Jupiter, Huge Plane May Carry Rockets to the Edge of Space, and NASA and SpaceX Agree to Test Fueling Rockets with Astronauts Aboard

Wednesday Wanderings: SpaceX Capsule Revealed, Steve Perry, Red Tide In Florida, and Oldest Pterodactyl Fossil in Utah

A group of reporters was invited to take a look at a mock-up of the SpaceX capsule that will fly astronauts next year: SpaceX This is interesting. It's been all over social media and rock music news. Nothing definitive, and as always, I will believe it when I hear it. (But this may just be … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: SpaceX Capsule Revealed, Steve Perry, Red Tide In Florida, and Oldest Pterodactyl Fossil in Utah

Wednesday Wanderings: Weird Planet with Auroras, Grain Free May Not Be Good for Your Dog, Duck with Many, Many Ducklings, and Metalheads On the Run

This rogue planet has an incredible magnetic field and some other unique qualities: Rogue Planet A lot of study needs to still be done, but it looks like "grain free" foods may not be good for your dog. It's not that dogs need grain, it seems they don't need the fillers being substituted and those … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Weird Planet with Auroras, Grain Free May Not Be Good for Your Dog, Duck with Many, Many Ducklings, and Metalheads On the Run

Wednesday Wanderings: TimeLord of the Dance, Animatronic T-Rex, Good Omens trailer, and Ah, Nuts

Riverdance meets Dr. Who, and it is a wonder: Time Lord of the Dance This animatronic T-rex is pretty cool: T-rex If you are waiting for the TV adaptation of the Pratchett-Gaiman book, Good Omens, this little teaser is, well, a good omen: Good Omens And just a cute little story about a burglar that … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: TimeLord of the Dance, Animatronic T-Rex, Good Omens trailer, and Ah, Nuts