• From the Potato to Star Trek and Beyond: Memoirs of a Rocket Scientist by Chester L. Richards: a life of learning

    In his memoir From the Potato to Star Trek and Beyond, Chester L. Richards tells varied and inspiring episodes of his life. One of the most important topics he deals with is learning, throughout the book. With in turn fondness or reflection, he shares some of his educational experiences and the mentors who had profound effects on his life. Formal education Richards spent the first years of his formal education in Catholic schools. He describes the priests who served as teachers as “shrewd and devious” (p. 176), except one, who turned out to be “truly honest, open and forthright.” (p. 178) For the author’s young self, it was a positive…

  • Click Clone Cash NFT projects 2022

    Click Clone Cash Shares Incredible NFT Projects To Watch This Year

    New projects are being created every single month, let alone in a year. It can be difficult to parse the good from the bad with so many projects out there.  It’s important not to just hop onto every project without doing your due diligence and research, but sometimes it takes an extremely keen eye to tell good and bad projects apart. In order to help us pick out the best NFT projects of this year, we talked with Click Clone Cash.  Click Clone Cash is a team of NFT experts who offer project reviews and are constantly the best source for news and analytics in the NFT marketplace. With their…

  • Ryan Hoggan: Which New NFT Artists I'm Watching On Rarible (And How I Find Them)

    Ryan Hoggan: Which New NFT Artists I’m Watching On Rarible (And How I Find Them)

    The world is fast advancing into the digital space.  We’ve steadily evolved from ebooks, then to e-money, and even now incredibly we’ve ventured into e-art or digital art. It wasn’t too long ago when there was all this craze surrounding cryptocurrency and  people couldn’t stop talking about whether it would last or not.  Since then, trading systems of all kinds have been established up to the point where people now trade digital creations like; art, music, and even data considered to be one of a kind.  In the buzz of all these, we met with NFT enthusiast, Ryan Hoggan, who is also a real estate investor, an experienced entrepreneur and a cryptocurrency expert, to…

  • What’s on the Other Side of the Double Blind?

    We are inundated with breaking news about the double-blind clinical trials and vaccine tests against the coronavirus today. So much has been said about the research, litigation, and regulation of such vaccines. But it all started with human testing to identify and evaluate DNA samples. We’ve come so far with scientific advancements, especially with natural and human genetics. From searching for our ancestry to finding cell mutation in the case of genetic diseases, DNA tests help us find answers to those questions. But here’s a twist, DNA testing has its pros and cons. You might want to think twice about sharing your DNA warns Sara Winokur, a Ph.D. molecular geneticist,…

  • Authors Write About Their Personal Experiences

    The personal experiences of authors influence their writing. Aspects like gender, socioeconomic conditions, and race will affect their perspectives and this will be reflected in the book.  Sometimes though, authors go much further. Occasionally, they write themselves into the story as a character, possibly even as the main one! Or they’ll base a scenario in the book on real life experience.  This is a popular literary technique because it makes the book more realistic. The author has been an eyewitness to the emotions, reactions and the outcome.   Based on Real Events As an illustration of this technique, in Brandyn Cross’s The Dark Secrets, the story of the main character (a 12 year-old…

  • The U.S. Must Realize the Full Potential of Africa’s Vast Petroleum Resources

    The Visionary African Leader Nj Ayuk Has the Right Roadmap for Attracting U.S. Investment to Africa Known as the cradle of humanity, Africa has the potential to play a significant role again in the future of humanity by fueling a more sustainable economic growth at a global level. Leading African energy attorney, NJ Ayuk, knows Africa is not entirely ready to go it alone. The knowledge and technical prowess of American multinational energy companies can be the much-needed spark that will kindle the process.  Before anything else, Africans need to have better control of their resource wealth—specifically the riches that lie in the continent’s largely unexploited oil and gas basins.…

  • How to Overcome Language Barriers When Dating

    How to Overcome Language Barriers When Dating

    Dating is hard enough, but imagine how hard it is when two people from different countries meet and there is a spark? Now there is a language barrier that just adds to the mix. While some may not ever entertain attempting to communicate with someone whom speak a different language, many embrace it. While very challenging, it can also be rewarding and exciting at the same time. Learning about other cultures and getting to know someone while also learning a new language can make it very interesting and cause you to pay a lot more attention that you might normally under different circumstances. Here are a few ideas and suggestions…

  • We Have Unlimited Potential to Succeed

    We Have Unlimited Potential to Succeed on Our Journey

    I was doing some thinking earlier today after watching a story on the news about how a woman went from being on welfare to building a million-dollar business. It was remarkable. She was from a small rural town and created a service for the local community that solved a major problem. While many people might complain about the cards they are dealt or make excuses, this woman decided to do something to better herself, and her family. This made me sit back and realize that we truly do have unlimited potential. Every single one of us. Whatever it is that will make you happy or whatever it is that you…