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The Vent

Well before the ship got too close to the cone, the bats found that it had beaches to land at. As they got even closer, they echoed a scattering of some mushroom tree things and even what seemed to be … Continue reading

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Tales from Mount Earth and Surroundlands part 4

“So you come from Round World? Where ‘Down’ is relative?” They were at the college, talking with some of the teachers, including the local wizard, who was a part time teacher. “Within the geography of your world, ours would look … Continue reading

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The Pod

…Had been primarily solar sail driven, with a magnetically enhanced sail. Similar to the previous one, but obviously slightly updated. Its travel time would have probably been a bit over 1 martian decade. It had a redundancy mechanism of being … Continue reading

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Roots of racism and racial supremacy

On pondering the cause of racism and racist actions, such as the genocide taking place in Burma, I was quickly drawn to a comparison with the Nazi belief that theirs was the master race and all others were inferior. I … Continue reading

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John 21:25 maths

Miniblog. Turning John 21:25 into a maths question. If I take the book next to me as a normal sized book and estimate the area of its cover at about 200cm^2. The total land area of Earth is 1.4892×10^18 cm^2. … Continue reading

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Call from the Wisps part 2

He brought it onboard and then repressurised the scoop hold before going in to look at it more closely. The inscription format on the casing was semi-familiar, but not enough for easy interpretation. Easy enough for the translation app though. … Continue reading

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Call from the Wisps part 1

(note. I drew a little bit of inspiration from Niven. ) Dior was sailing out at the edges of the Solar system, depending on whether you included Oort cloud or not, getting to the outer edge of that would take … Continue reading

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