I fucking love science
I fucking love science
My 2018 #BookResolutions are to read the 3 books I borrowed from friends last year, to chip away at my TBR list and read more non-fiction, books by women, diverse authors, and classics. These are just a few of the books I hope to read this year. I'll be doing the #LitsyAtoZ & #Goodreads challenges again and I might try some other challenges too. #ReadingResolutions
(Disclaimer: listened to audio) I enjoyed this book. While climate change is a touchy topic, Nye offers real statistics, scientific reasoning as to potential outcomes and actual suggestions for change. He touches on things we can all do, from little acts at home to massive planet-wide changes. Everyone screaming climate change should read this book - nobody is innocent. I will certainly be buying a copy of this for re-reading.
I met a friend for coffee at #PrairieInk last night, and of course no trip to #McNallyRobinson is complete without browsing the shelves! I basically spent all the money I saved off cover price at the SSO sale 😜 Here's my #BookHaul. Not pictured: the adorable penguin ornaments I wasn't able to resist. 🐧🐧
Just got back from the park and now binge watching Bill Nye Saves the World. Happy Earth Day! 😍🌎♻️🌿
Learning about fracking from Bill Nye (childhood hero) as I enjoy my coffee and wait for my omelette!
Can you find it?
Sir Arthur Eddington, by way of Bill Nye.
The dedication has got me feeling things.
Was lucky enough to snag a signed copy at a Black Friday thing at Barnes&Noble last year, finally getting around to reading it.
Very interesting read and I love all the silly puns he makes, just like in the show 😂. I really like how he kept the book so positive and hopeful as opposed to just focusing on the negatives of climate change.
#TBRtuesday Starting this (hopefully) tomorrow. My book club chose this as our August pick 😊 I can't wait to read it, I love Bill Nye!
"In parallel, we have to overcome the inanity of climate denial. The deniers have wrought havoc. They're standing outside looking right at the burning house and insisting that the yellow flames and dense smoke are not really coming from a fire. It's just the way the house looks this time of day..."