What to say about this story? A tech savvy girl lives on a farm with her parents. Said girl repurposes a sentinel robot dog to protect the family’s sheep from roaming wolves. Ultimately, an incident occurs that requires the robot … Continue reading Review of Short Story Yesterday’s Wolf by Ray Nayler
You’re not going to wake up early and finish it either. There’s this quote by the author and motivational speaker, Dr. Eric Thomas aka ET The Hip Hop Preacher, that goes, “We do not sleep when we’re tired. We sleep … Continue reading You’re not going to work on it when you get home
I was listening to a podcast about how the brain can influence fat loss when towards the end of the episode, the host, Dr. Andrew Huberman, mentioned that the supplement L-carnitine can increase sperm motility. Here we are. As stated … Continue reading Carnitine Supplement Helps Sperm Swim
So I’ve been thinking about reading the book, Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke. It seems good from what I’ve heard about it already. I decided to check out a few podcasts to see what they had to say about … Continue reading Would You Bet $10,000 on that Decision?
I was reading something that lead to something that lead to something and I came across a research paper discussing a study on genes, cognitive performance, and educational attainment. I immediately sensed red flags. I’m going to hope for the … Continue reading Studies on DNA and Intelligence Should be Watched Closely
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition in which kidney function gradually decreases over time. This disease affects all people worldwide and approximately 37 million American adults, nearly 20% of the American adult population. Kidneys filter the blood by removing … Continue reading Could Cold Showers Treat Chronic Kidney Disease?
Being diagnosed with cancer is scary, I can imagine. Modern medicine has come a long way. We have improved treatments and we know more about the human body and its abnormalities than ever before. Despite so much progress, there’s still … Continue reading I Wonder if Intermittent Fasting will be “Prescribed” as a Supplement to Treat Cancer
In this story, our characters are set in a civilization that has time-traveling devices. These devices can only go one way, though, which is forward. Our main character’s grandfather has cancer, and he has about two months left. The plan … Continue reading Review of Short Story I’m Feeling Lucky by Leonid Kaganov
Short Story The Falling by M. V. Melcer published in Clarkesworld Magazine. I like this story. So in this story we’re in a future world where humans, no longer inhabit planet Earth, but instead have taken to the stars in … Continue reading Review of The Falling by M. V. Melcer