Sunday, February 20, 2011

Early Navigators

We have three entries already for our group writing project on the general theme of Navigation.

My South African reader Smilicus has some excellent advice about not relying too much on gadgets like chart plotters and GPS in Aliens shot down our satellites.

Captain JP takes the navigation idea in an entirely unexpected direction, after a visit to what sounds like an amazing exhibition at the British Museum, with his post on Navigating the land of the dead.

And Sam Chapin says LASERS DON'T NAVIGATE which is actually a true-life story of natural navigation using clouds, water temperature and waves after the battery in his GPS died (although he wasn't in a Laser at the time.)

Hmmm. Lasers don't navigate? Really? That gives me an idea for my post on this subject.

And now it's your turn. You have until the end of the month to enter the contest. And there is a prize for the best entry! Full details at Navigation.

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