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"Twenty Trillion Leagues Under The Sea" by Adam Roberts (2014)

“On the 29th June, 1958, the submarine vessel Plongeur left the French port of Saint-Nazaire under the command of Capitaine de vaisseau Adam Cloche.”

The oceans of the Earth remain the last unexplored frontier of the planet. 725 more words

Science Fiction

Distant

The nerves keep their habit
of stretching thin and breaking inaudibly,
most pitifully,
every chance they get.

And long have I failed to count
the number… 60 more words

Poetry

The Dark and the Park

Staying here or leaving is the hardest part
Living or dying some night here in bed
Staying safe in the walls of the heart
Or working everything in my head… 50 more words

Fear Feller's Master-Stroke

A new study discovers that people who think they’re arachnophobic are actually afraid of disembodied hands with lots of eyes in the knuckles.

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New studies conclude that all claustrophobics remember being placed in a coffin while still alive in their immediately previous life. 120 more words

Bill Herbert

Gratitude Works In The ER

The practice of gratitude isn’t large enough if we’re only grateful only when things are going well.  I’ve written before about appreciating our doubts, mistakes, even our crises. 470 more words

Gratitude

Claustrofobia

Harvey, Irma, Maria, Vegas, all these tragedies, one after the other, in a short period of time 💔

Art