One of my characters surprised me by bringing up the Magellan. I didn’t know he was aware of it. I thought the characters, stories and ideas were all kept segregated in my upstairs. 215 more words
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Skoth and fald have entered my writing vocabulary for my science fiction novel.
Skoth: skin clothing. Smart clothing which mimics Human skin’s respiration functions but also can shield and protect the body, and cover people so they don’t seem naked, while sculpting and shaping their forms according to their settings. 44 more words
Some of you may be familiar with the concept of a micronation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micronation / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_micronations) – which is the idea of an autonomous self declared nation that is not recognised by other sovereign nations. 900 more words
It’s obvious I’m a fan of Space: 1999, so I’ll happily declare there is a bias present in this article. To me, the show had a lot going for it – compelling characters, amazing sets, decent (for the time) special effects, and a tone of mystery and hope set against a subtle backdrop of disillusionment and mistrust (two feelings that permeated the 1970s, and coincidentally the twenty-teens). 1,406 more words