Posts Tagged ‘WIS’

Biology – The Danger Of Over Washing

October 13, 2017

Suggestion – the over washing or over medication of our bodies harms or destroys our microbiome, the good bacteria that protests us from diseases.

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Suggestion – Don’t Overwash

October 13, 2017

Suggestion – the over washing or over medication of our bodies harms or destroys our microbiome, the good bacteria that protests us from diseases.

Hard Science in the Sci-Fi Novel, Writings in Science

October 10, 2017

Besides having some great adventure, romance, drama, and space opera stories of danger, my sci-fi novel, Writings in Science, a History of the Future, also suggests some major science discoveries that might be clues to real discoveries here and now. Here are five.

1. The Origin of LIfe came about through chemical selection caused by the daily cycle of UV light (day/night , wet/dry cycle).

2. The entire method of learning is overturned and the teacher-
lectures-students, method from the middle ages, is done away with. See the specifics of every aspect of the new education system.

3. English Spelling Reforms – here is how the new version looks. See what was changed and what was done away with. See a sample of the new English.

4. Major reason for Brain Development is found to be, Carrying the Baby. Walking allows for hands to be free, so mother can caress, comfort, and carry the baby. This human bonding leads to everything from language to brain development in our hominid ancestors.

5. Bacteria Gene Transfer. New way to pass genes is found – the mother passes her good bacteria (and their genes) to the newborn gut where all nurturing is taken in. Find out about Bacteria gene transfer selection.

WIS – Should I add This Poem

July 1, 2017

Dear Reader, my sci-fi novel Writings in Science, a History of the Future, is finished and out there for all to read. But in the 2nd ed. should I add this poem?

sew me up
a shinning star
with a helium needle
and hydrogen thread

sew me up
a galaxy cluster
with a stout
gravity ray.

sew me up
all that is
over the voids
and around the edges.

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What a Day (Astronomy Poem)

May 19, 2017

What a day
when he figured it out –
Not a star cluster
within our galaxy
but its own
with another behind it
and another and another
and a field of them
that seemed to stretch
back and back further.


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