NYC based, Sag-Aftra actor and story teller.
The story revolves around a person who has been estranged from their father since childhood. The father left the family when the person was young and they had limited contact as they grew up. Despite their efforts to reconnect, the relationship remained strained and eventually, they gave up trying. The person now in their twenties occasionally visits their father's house secretly to watch his life unfold through the kitchen window. They have been placing reminders of themselves in his backyard and even posted their graduation photo through his door. This has become an addiction for them, and they have been doing this more often lately.
Nanorobotics & Nanotechnology
Once upon a time, two hosts were discussing nanorobotics on their podcast. One of the hosts, Joe, was excited about the idea of a robot the size of Godzilla, but his co-host, Jane, reminded him that they were there to talk about nanorobotics. The science of nanorobotics involved engineering and technology, chemistry, and biology at the nanoscale, which was one to one hundred nanometers long. To give an idea of how small that was, a nanometer was one billionth of a meter, and the ratio of a meter to a nanometer was the same as the ratio of the earth to a marble.
The use of atrazine, a widely used herbicide, has caused significant environmental and health risks, including water contamination, adverse reproductive and developmental outcomes in humans and animals. This topic is the subject of much debate and controversy. While it has been used for decades to control weeds in agriculture and other settings, concerns have been raised about its potential impact on human health and the environment. In this article, we will delve deeper into what atrazine is, how it works, and what the current research says about its safety and impact on the environment.
Is Time Traveling Possible?
On April 23, 2006, a man in his early 20s was spotted in Kiev, Ukraine, staring at a high-rise apartment building. Witnesses described him as confused and anxious, and thought he might have been a lost tourist. The man approached two police officers and nervously asked for directions to a place that didn't exist. The officers asked the young man for identification, but there were two problems with his ID: his documents were issued by the Soviet Union, which no longer existed, and according to his birth date, this young man was born in 1932.