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Thursday night (Nov 9) Roberta Bondar, Canada’s first woman in space, will be speaking at Festival Place. https://festivalplace.ab.ca/view/shows/id/1004#showtimes

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Tomorrow the Alberta/Canada Fusion Technology Alliance is hosting a public forum on fusion energy, 9am-4pm at U of A.
 
Fusion energy is extremely clean, with bountiful fuel that releases a MASSIVE amount of energy (1 truckload of fuel would last a whole year at a power plant). But it’s very difficult to do. If we can make it viable in a reactor form, it would go a massive way toward addressing the world’s energy needs.
 
Registration for the Forum is free and includes a free lunch and refreshments at break times. It is targeted at a general audience of the public, students and administrators to give an overview of the status and opportunities for fusion energy.
 
 
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Astro Hal made a surprise trip back to Earth this Halloween.

He asked me to pose like this, I swear. This was a first even after wearing this thing skydiving.

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The latest of Rhonda Parrish’s alphabet anthologies, D is for Dinosaur, is on sale from Oct. 29 – Nov. 5, for $0.99. It includes my story, W, which features both dinosaurs AND ghosts! Could you ask for anything better for Halloween reading? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N7J28YP

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“D is for Dinosaur”, the fourth alphabet anthology edited by the all-talented Rhonda Parrish, is now available from Amazon in Canada, US, and the UK, in both print and electronic formats. It includes my story, “W”. Rhonda was a real pleasure to work with, and I’m excited to be a part of her ambitious project.

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