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What might a Rotary club look like in 2026?

By John Borst and Richard Bosworth

With the new flexible membership and club meeting rules, approved at the 2016 Council on Legislation session, one has to wonder what a Rotary Club might look like 10 years from now. 832 more words

Rotary International

Reason: Number One

THE key catalyst in my decision to begin sharing my inner voice was the death of my father. He made the transition (whatever that may mean to you) at the age of 80 years, 3 weeks and 3 days. 603 more words

Rusting - Our Observations Day 1

We need to record the qualitative data for our experiment in order to have accurate and reliable findings. Qualitative is when we record what we see, we use words instead of measurements and figures. 186 more words


Michigan Tech Research Advances The Science of Catalysts

HOUGHTON — The world is run by catalysts. They clean up after cars, help make fertilizers, and could be the key to better hydrogen fuel. Now, a team of chemists, led by Xiaohu Xia from Michigan Technological University, has found a better way to make metal catalysts. 575 more words


Mirror's Side Catalyst's City Looks Terribl-y Good

If there is one problem I have concerning the initial Mirror’s Side, other than the “fight is terrible” refrain, is that I would certainly have wanted to see the city explored a lot more, practically as a personality of its own. 16 more words


A Few Words on "The Umbrella People"

That handsome cover belongs to a reprint anthology my story “The Umbrella People” is a part of. There are stories by others whose names make me giddy, like Ray Bradbury, Kealan Patrick Burke, Elizabeth Engstrom, Tim Lebbon, John R. 601 more words



Nice quotes, right? Poignant prose. Only, there’s just one…little problem:

I don’t believe in soul mates.

I believe in a lot of things and perhaps surprisingly to some readers, not all of them are inherently logical. 812 more words