Mimicking Exoplanet Exploration At Home — Hackaday

 

Mankind will always wonder whether we’re alone in the universe. What is out there? Sure, these past weeks we’ve been increasingly wondering the same about our own, direct proximity, but that’s a different story. Up until two years ago, we had the Kepler space telescope aiding us in our quest for answers by exploring exoplanets…

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100 Word Flash Fiction Challenge #20 —

Welcome to MMA Storytime’s 100 Word Flash Fiction Challenge! Each week, writers who choose to participate will be given a prompt, 100 words, and the freedom to go wherever the prompt leads. Much like two mixed martial artists meeting in the cage: a minimal ruleset can create endless possibility and wild excitement. Prompted words will […]

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★✩★ NEW RELEASE! ★✩★ LOVE IS CONTAGIOUS from over twenty of your favorite bestselling authors! — ginreads

Are you still in the house? We’ve got you covered! Get ready to set your e-reader on fire! Over twenty of your favorite bestselling authors have teamed up to bring you the most contagious romances filled with the sexy heroes and strong heroines you crave! All in the name of charity! LOVE IS CONTAGIOUS is […]

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #136

Reena Saxena

I just happened to type out these lines – aimlessly, without a prompt or plan or intentional play of words.

It might seem jumbled up, and may not make sense in the first reading.

PROMPT 136

Anyway, the prompt is to pick up any one line (mention which one have you picked) or gist of the whole piece, if you can make sense of it, and base your piece on it.

Good luck!

Would I care to be right?If life was not finiteIf I’d the luxury of eternityto let it be naturally provedthat I’ve always been right…beliefs and perspectiveswindowless walls between usblock insights – so much so, thatyou revel in pleasures of darknessbottling and imprisoning lightthe beheaded boatsmansinks with the boatmessenger from afarcarrying a crumpled noteAll is not well, all is not right..But I’d always…

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Crawfish or Chicken Tetrazzini — Your Choice — beyondgumbo — My Meals are on Wheels

Peeled crawfish tails blend very nicely with pasta to create some mighty tasty entrees and pasta salads. Springtime is when crawfish are in season, so I thought I’d adapt one of my favorite pasta dishes, “Chicken Tetrazzini,” substituting crawfish tails. Tetrazzini is a chicken or seafood pasta dish with mushrooms in a rich cream and […] […]

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