Well guys, it looks like we can get the ball rolling in September. Topics will be:
08 Sep ‘Emerald green and walls that kill’
22 Sep Sepsis
We look forward to seeing you all and putting the last 18 months behind us.
Remember, if you wish to present a topic or have a suggestion for a suitable topic then let us know and we can set the wheels in motion.
The technology and science group will hopefully resume bi weekly activities on Wednesday September 8th at 2 pm in Kensington House.
We have a varied subject list in hand and hopefully can put the last 18 months behind us.
If you have any ideas for subjects or would like to do a presentation yourself please contact Colin or Phil and we can get you going.
In the meantime stay safe and get ready.
Just to wet your appetite 🙂
DAC for Scotland
Siberia’s heat wave
Shifting sands at Formby
Liverpool abandoned tunnel
Rhubarb the star
House plants toxic to cats and dogs
Chemistry in the fruit bowl
Fake piercings warning here
History in old mud
Sewage ‘hot house’
No mow May
Terpolator – New design for nuclear heating
Corporate culpability challenged in NSW
Birds and bees and Einstein
Not all trees are equal when sucking up carbon
Well, I suppose it had to happen eventually. My trusty ‘weather station’ laptop started playing up. Its a 15 year old unit that just does one job and it just started to shut down.
A quick look at the ‘system event log’ indicated a ‘kernel error – 63’. Oh dear.
The secret science of sewage on BBC here
Adventures with dentures here
Grenfell cladding failures#
Atomic clocks and dark matter
What’s in the Covid jab?
Covid – Different effects on men and women
Corona virus testing methods explained