The start of summer vacation demands some kind of celebration. So tonight, The Troubadour gives you The Imaginarium first, and a few interesting pieces of science news last.
|The town's new Burger King burned down last night.....|
|Summer Vacation starts in Japan|
|If only people read|
|What a deal!|
|An ambulance in 3, 2, 1.....|
|He wears it every Wednesday. People hate him.|
|Is this how it works? Not in Utah|
|3rd World Imagination|
|Life demands in at times.|
|There's a dog for every dog lover out there|
|Just a bit of turbulence?|
|Were are numbers 55 to 71?|
|There they are|
|A Master Waiter. Ultimate Creativity|
|To go in all our Starships|
|How you feel at the start of summer|
|An add for a funeral home|
Great Inventive ideas!
|Awesome Halloween Costume|
|The World is Waiting for You|
|I think I'll have a 32 ounce Out of Control!|
Space and Science News
13-Year-Old Designs Super-Efficient Solar Array Based on the Fibonacci Sequence
Plenty of us head into the woods to find inspiration. Aidan Dwyer, 13, went to the woods and had a eureka moment that could be a major breakthrough in solar panel design.
On a bleak winter hiking trip to the Catskill Mountains, the 7th-grader from New York noticed a pattern among tree branches, and determined (as naturalist Charles Bonnet did in 1754) that the pattern represented the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. Aidan wondered why, and figured it had something to do with photosynthesis. Read More
The Potential for Radically Amplified Human Intelligence (IA)
With much of our attention focused the rise of advanced artificial intelligence, few consider the potential for radically amplified human intelligence (IA). It’s an open question as to which will come first, but a technologically boosted brain could be just as powerful — and just as dangerous – as AI. Read More
What If We Had No Moon?