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'Earth & Sky' by Megan Crewe

Seventeen-year-old Skylar has been haunted for as long as she can remember by fleeting yet powerful sensations that something is horribly wrong. But despite the panic attacks tormenting her, nothing ever happens, and Sky’s beginning to think she’s crazy.

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Take a dump SO you can go to work.

Take a dump SO you can go to work.

Here is a great article about the energy potential of human waste. Read it the next time you’re on the throne and maybe put it in your next Sci-Fi story. 249 more words

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Will we create the Aliens we meet?

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In the points of interest of the January 2015 Popular Science there was an interesting article.

The article talked about NASA’s efforts to cleanse space vehicles. 178 more words

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Resurrected book review: Ilium, by Dan Simmons

Though I only started this “serious” blog this year, I’ve been more informally journaling my thoughts on books for years. I looked up what I wrote about  1,071 more words

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What is Sci-Fi?

Science Fiction, or Sci-Fi for short, is a genre which includes something futuristic and seemingly impossible (like time travel) and is often set in a futuristic setting with incredible technology, and the plots of Sci-Fi books often explore the consequences of new technology or give us a possible future in which we could live in. 379 more words

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The Scorch Trials by James Dashner

This is the second book in the Maze Runner trilogy, the first is the Maze Runner on which I have already created a post on, please read that post first. 495 more words

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Will A.I. doom the human race?

Will A.I. doom the human race?

Here is another great article on artificial intelligence.

Stephen Hawking: Artificial Intelligence Could End Human Race

http://www.livescience.com/48972-stephen-hawking-artificial-intelligence-threat.html?cmpid=558754

I agree with the concerns this article presents although it is a matter of interpretation and I suspect that the BBC and the person who wrote the article enlarged the concern rather that expressing it clearly. 373 more words

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