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Scientific Sunday #1

Let’s get into it.


It’s been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. Its the explanation of what happens around us. Everything, from the grass beneath our feet to the sun bright in the sky encompasses the massive world of science.

Since this is an introductory episode I will be highlighting what episodes are forthcoming.

Mostly each and every post will begin with a highlight of the week. What scientific advancements were made, any new discoveries or breakthroughs. We will discuss the greatest scientists in the field and their contributions to our society.


Just an example. A solar device was unveiled this week that can absorb water from Desert air. That is an amazing creation that provides 3 liters of water per day to a place that is completely dry. And the creators say that they can work to improve its efficiency.


Or how about the self taught artificial intelligence that can beat doctors at predicting heart attacks. Self taught artificial intelligence! That sounds like a Theoretical Thursday topic. Yet it speaks for the advancements in science today.

Let’s face it, each and every thing that you value in your life is a result of science, your very existence is a result of it. Your creature comforts, the walls of you home, the phone in you hand, the clothes on you body, all are results of scientific discovery. Even the children you treasure are there because of a biological process and we are standing here at this time an place on earth as Homo Sapiens as a result of Evolution.

Science is everything and talking about it is important. This is a small post, as it is introductory but next week we will get into the deep end of science and discuss some major topics.

Tomorrow will be Media Monday, follow the blog to read about the latest news and updates on your favorite entertainment mediums, from Movies to TV Shows, check it out tomorrow. And check back in next Sunday for another Scientific Sunday. Til then I’ll see you.

Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue
Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school – Albert Einstein

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