The original series of Star Trek (or Star Trek: TOS has fandom has renamed it) launched on NBC on September 8th 1966, that’s 40 years ago this Friday. These categories or labels group blog posts on a specific topic of Library & Information Science. The eventual success of Star Trek paved the way for a television landscape where science fiction shows routinely turn up on network tv. To kids this is the best thing in the world, and for us as parents we can not think of a better role model for our children than a police officer.
So an idea came to my mind to create a blog article with top quality news on Library and Information Science which were most liked and shared. Besides the fact kids can just experiment on their own to see what they can come up with. At the $25 Digital Membership level you’ll get full digital access to Science News — your fastest, most accessible way to learn about today’s most fascinating research and discoveries.
Middle school is when strain between parents and the kids can start to become more of an issue. Educators should also be encouraged to provide more fun science classes and activities, and the district and community should support them and make the necessary resources available like BrainCake’s The Girl Solution Gender Equity Tool Kit.
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The good news is that you can stimulate a woman’s clitoris through intercourse without having to use your fingers or your tongue. I can’t claim that all the science fiction in Star Trek was good (some of it was plain bad), but some of it was very good and much of it was based on established science fiction concepts.