AT Book Club

Toasters Reads: Dune

There are definite classics in the realm of science fiction, books that many have undoubtedly read. Dune is one such book, and as such, I am a little leery of covering it here. Can I tell you anything profound, or new? Likely not, but perhaps there may be some out there who have seen the film, a classic in its own right, but have not read the book. This is a club that I was a member of until recently. Having waited so long to read it, I can safely say that both are quality pieces in their own right, and if you haven’t read it, you are missing out!

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I Spy With My Little Eye

More Stars Than Grains of Sand…

Globular cluster NGC104M

Greetings, everyone. Today I’m going to continue where I left off last time. I had planned to examine the saying, “There are more stars in the sky than all of the grains of sand on all of the beaches of the world”, or however it goes. When I was researching this topic, there was so much mindless drivel to wade through that I was appalled. I got so disgusted that I threw a slipper at the cat. Continue reading More Stars Than Grains of Sand…

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