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The Process of Creative Iteration

The Process of Creative Iteration

From where does a writer draw inspiration for their writings? That’s a good question. Inspiration comes from many places, depending on the thought process of the writer and what it is the writer is intent on writing about. But, generally speaking, inspiration can be outlined through the creative process.

Fa-boo-lous: Halloween and the Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular

Fa-boo-lous: Halloween and the Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular

As you may very well know, Halloween is a time to dress up in silly, scary, or iconic costumes and walk from house to house yelling “trick-or-treat!”. It is a time to scare your friends and go to spooky haunted houses. It is the only time when asking for candy from a stranger is completely acceptable too!

Yuriy Kondratyuk: A Ukrainian Mathematician Ahead of His Time

Yuriy Kondratyuk: A Ukrainian Mathematician Ahead of His Time

Yuriy Kondratyuk was a Ukrainian engineer and mathematician most known for developing the first known lunar orbit rendezvous. His idea mirrored “mother ship / daughter ship” concept that was ultimately used during the Apollo era. 

The Hubble Space Telescope: Our Window to the Universe

The Hubble Space Telescope: Our Window to the Universe

There are many varieties of telescopes and all have their places both in the laboratory as well as the everyman’s backyard. But, did you know there is a telescope orbiting Earth right now? Why on Earth would we have telescope orbiting Earth?

Dope. Salty. Lit. Add some commonly used American slang words to your vocabulary!

Dope. Salty. Lit. Add some commonly used American slang words to your vocabulary!

In a nutshell, slang is informal speech. It is most often used amongst young people and has its roots in popular culture, whether that be music, television, celebrities, or Internet trends. Slang changes constantly, so words or expressions that were popular last year or even a couple months ago may not be relevant anymore.

The Ice Flows, the Ice Goes

The Ice Flows, the Ice Goes

Interestingly, technology exists to monitor said sea ice from space. The European Space Agency’s CryoSat-2 satellite has been in development since the 1990s and was launched in 2010. This satellite carries a first of its kind radar altimeter payload which can provide surveillance of the Arctic Ocean ice cap at latitudes up to 88 degrees North.

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