nearly a milestone

Last week while writing about cells for my book – the moon underground guide to human cells and how they work – I jotted down roughly what sections the next part would contain and realised that I’d finally outlined the whole thing. Here is the contents page:

Currently I am on section 7.8 – Making More Mitochondria. Much of the book has been written several times so far, so it’s not remotely close to being done, but some sort of progress is being made.

Part 1: Atoms and Energy is the part that’s been rewritten the most – because it is the first part and because it is the hardest area to understand and describe. When I was rewriting about bonds recently, and puzzling over molecular vibration, I found this excellent educational video from the 1960s:

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the moon underground club member’s printed product pack

Hello.

Hey, remember The Moon Underground Club? I’ve been ignoring it for a while. Distracting myself with less important things. But I think now I have a decent idea as to what’s going on with it so I can give members and non-members alike a list of what’s now almost certain to be in the pack at the end of the year(s).

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april clupdate

Hello. mini clupdate here. The Moon Underground Club is three months old, which means it should be at 30% capacity. Well, the great news is we’ve totally smashed through that by a whole ten percent, check it out:

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I achieved this by halving the club capacity, which is pretty smart right? The most important thing is that Dawson cries sometime this year.

I’ll do a proper blog post soon. I’ve taken lots of photos of screen printing so I can do a process post.

In the mean time, invest in our joint futures by joining The Moon Underground Club today.

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