Mary Moore Seabright Park Hike
- This hike is much farther south Austin than the ones we have been having. The turn off from Slaughter is easy to miss - so you may want to check the GPS (above in how to find us).
Mary Moore Searight park is off of Slaughter - very close to I-35. From Slaughter and I-35 head West on Slaughter and take a left onto S Mary Moore Searight Dr. (it is really easy to miss this turn) follow it to the parking lot at the end - we will meet at the pavilion and hike from there. This will probably be about a 2.5 hour hike. Hike is people and dog friendly, bring water for both.
- Wow - new breakthroughs in nuclear fusion, what about that - energy from water, well deuterium, .. cheaper energy for lots of people who don't have petrochemicals, byproduct half-lifes in the nano-seconds, how would that change society .. talk among yourselves ... I mean on the hike
- Automakers to standardize on an open source operating system for cars, who will hack it, how will you hack your own car, what free and open source applications will be available?
We might talk what if any event would extend a civilizations and cultures historically
What training do you need to program a neurally accessed wearable computer, or maybe you just want to extend your memory
I'm still fascinated by the extent of elements only created in supernovas (hint: everything above Iron-56)
Or just hike and chat about our week, what we've done, where we are from, etc.
If you are going to be late - please call my cell at (512)[masked] - otherwise we leave the trailhead at 8 am.