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I'm Back, Baby!

Many of you might be regular readers of my stories. To you I must apologize, as you haven’t heard from me in over a month. This was not something I ever intended to happen. 399 more words

Stories

PART II: The Time Disparagement Function Governed By The Speed Of Light: The Star Trek Series We All Love Could Never Exist In Reality…By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author..

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The Time Disparagement Function..

Governed By The Speed Of Light..

The Star Trek Series We All Love Could Never Exist In Reality..

By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author..

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Science Fiction

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The Time Disparagement Function.. Governed By The Speed Of Light.. The Star Trek Series We All Love Could Never Exist In Reality..

PART II: The Time Disparagement Function Governed By The Speed Of Light: The Star Trek Series We All Love Could Never Exist In Reality…By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author..

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The Time Disparagement Function..

Governed By The Speed Of Light..

The Star Trek Series We All Love Could Never Exist In Reality..

By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author..

204 more words

Science Fiction

TERMINATOR: GENYSIS (2015)

Directed By: Alan Taylor
Written By: Laeta Kalogridis & Patrick Lussier
Based On Characters Created By: James Cameron & Gale Anne Hurd
Cinematography By: Kramer Morgenthau… 1,253 more words

Movie Review

Father's Day (Reposted)

There is no perfect father, there are only imperfect fathers trying to be their best. What makes a person a good father is open to people’s interpretation and social norms of the time. 576 more words

7. 'Eye in the Sky' by Philip K. Dick

Over the past few years, I have become a huge fan of Philip K. Dick. His books are some of the most intelligent works of science fiction I have ever read. 845 more words

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The Messiah Game by Tom Flynn

The Messiah Game by Tom Flynn is a science fiction novel set in a future where the human race has spread through the solar system. Although there is a lot going on, the novel primarily focuses of the spreading of Christianity and the new form of entertainment called Spectators. 335 more words

Book Review