|Cool stuff ;-)|
Chances are, we (the Universe, not any of us individually) have a long future ahead. To that end (sorry!), we'd all kinda like to know that the subatomic particles of which planets and people are made will continue to hang around. Hence, I'm happy about the recent finding that "Electron lifetime is at least 66,000 yottayears."
|Life, the Universe, and everything|
Electrons may (beyond the capability of modern science to detect) have a finite lifetime, but some things evidently will never change. Like the selective reading abilities of too many aspiring writers. See "The Do’s and Don’ts of Manuscript Submissions: Please Read the Guidelines."
|Akatsuki finds its way|
And for no better reason than ending the year's postings with a smile, don't miss "Keyboard Shortcuts for Novelists."
Happy New Year! See you back here in 2016!