J.R.R. Tolkien and Epic Fantasy, but whenever you do it remember to Read More and Think More... with your favourite beverage.
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|2016 was the year in which global politics went nonlinear. On which note, I'd like to stop talking politics and explain what this means for science fiction.|
|New research from the Neilsen Norman group casts doubt on previous research which had shown that readers are no longer losing reading comprehension when they read on smaller screens.|
|A mysterious object in the outer reaches of the solar system is revolving around the sun in an abnormal way, and scientists currently cannot explain why. The object has been nicknamed Niku, a Chinese adjective that means "rebellious," by the group of researchers who announced its discovery in August. This name was chosen because the object's orbit is retrograde, meaning it moves in the opposite direction of nearly everything else in the solar system.|
|The carbon-enhanced silk conducts electricity, is twice as tough as regular silk, and can withstand at least 50 percent higher stress before breaking. This smart textile could have applications in medicine, athletics, wearable electronics...the possibilities are endless.|
|Technology giant IBM is known for of making bold predictions about the future, and it's just announced its latest "5 in 5" list, highlighting the five innovations that they think will have the biggest impact on our lives over the next five years.|
|Aside from the Holy Bible, there are certain books that all Christians should read. The following list of books is not comprehensive but should give you a head start on some great literature that will encourage you in the Christian life. Here are eight classics (in no particular order) every Christian should read|
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