Fascinated by the future and science, I am writing a book on both subjects. I don’t see the two topics separated but rather intertwined. Many books available on the market are very specific and very deep — creating in the reader a sense of being lost or confused. I seek to write about prominent cutting-edge technologies in science and self-development, explaining them in a simple language for everyone to understand. My writings serve as good reference material as well. These discoveries whether in science or life improvement are a product of my understanding and a sincere effort to extract useful knowledge to move forward without spending too much time on fluff.
My readers will be a range of people — scientists, researchers, writers, career-oriented young people (high school and new graduates) — who are interested in science but are afraid to dive in because of its apparent difficulty. Each chapter discusses scientific discoveries which are changing our lives or will soon be, including how to benefit personally from these discoveries. Other chapters will present a summary of human experience in making our daily life much better and easier. Hundreds of tips to beat life will be explored including how to avoid freeze and choke under pressure and how neuroplasticity is helping our mind to develop alternate neural networks by bypassing the original circuit, helping us to decrease our pain.
The book contains ten chapters; each chapter will be around 7,500 words or around 250-300 words per printed page. My goal is to finish writing this book by the end of 2016 and publish it in May of 2017.
I blog about the future, science, technology, and self-improvement. Occasionally, I will post on a subject that does not fit neatly into these categories. If you have a technology you would like me to write about in my book please send me an email at Sufalkhaldi@futureandsciencehacks.com