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H.G. Well's "The Time Machine" is Forever, Even at the End of Time

By: Daniel Reynolds

It’s your childhood, circa 1993 or ‘94, and you are handed a book by your parents. It’s slim, only 60 odd pages, a child’s version of a story titled… 1,862 more words


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Απ’ όσα διάϐασα σ’ αυτό ϰαι ɣι’ αυτό, είναι διϰαίως το ϐιϐλίο που όϱισε το ταƶίδι στον xϱόνο ως έννοια ϰαϑεαυτή. 44 more words

Household Objects (or MacGyvering Non-D&D Ideas into my Games)

So, the other day my younger daughter’s boyfriend’s car broke down.  During the diagnosis and repair process, it was discovered that the belt for the “Harmonic Balancer” had to be replaced.  618 more words


Alien Invasion

On July 8, 1947, the Associated Press picked up and broadcast a line from a press release issued by the Roswell Army Air Field:

“The Army Air Forces here today announced a flying disk had been found.”

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The Time Machine

The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

Alongside The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine is probably Wells’ best known novel. Although it had been sitting on my kindle for ages, it wasn’t anywhere near the top of my To Be Read list until the ferry on the way back from my holiday when I just wanted something easy to read. 458 more words

British Literature