Click the link to learn more, readers: Scientists Announce a Physical Warp Drive Is Now Possible. Seriously. Humans are one step closer to traveling at faster-than-light speeds. BY CAROLINE DELBERT MAR 4, 2021 A new paper proposes a fully physically realized model for warp drive. This builds on an existing model that requires negative energy—an impossibility. The new model … Continue reading Warp Speed, Mr. Sulu!
Yet another alcoholic discovery has been made, readers! Click the link to learn more: New York: Bootleggers Whiskey Trove Found In Old House Jan 8, 2021 Ian Harvey When Nick Drummond and Patrick Bakker bought a home in Ames, New York in September of 2019 they had heard rumors of bootleggers but considered it a … Continue reading Booze in the Mud Room?!
Check out this excellent piece by Kai Wai Cheah, readers! The Fight Scene is the Last Scene Action scenes are the most memorable aspects of any fiction. Fast-paced and intense, they sear themselves into the audience’s memories. Battles between the hero and the lesser mooks punctuate the plot, while the final showdown between the hero … Continue reading Reposted: The Fight Scene is the Last Scene
Riders of Skaith deserves credit for pointing this author to Modern History TV, a Youtube channel created and run by Jason Kingsley, OBE. Kingsley regularly posts videos on a variety of Medieval European facts that would take hours to research or even track down for many an itinerant author. He explains, diagrams, and demonstrates the … Continue reading A Resource for Writers
Well, not entirely. Music players feature heavily in this article, but they are not the only “retro” technology receiving a boost in popularity. Follow the link to learn more about this trend as buyers turn to older machines, readers! Vintage technology: 'It sounds so much cleaner' By Michael Dempsey Air Vice Marshal Rich Maddison is … Continue reading “That Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll…!”
Those who have read Andre Norton’s Witch World novels* may well recognize the parallels between some of the ruins described below and the “places of the Old Ones” in the Dales of High Hallack. A land to the west of Estcarp, High Hallack was based on the United States, albeit with plenty of Medieval culture … Continue reading Odd American Ruins
Check out this article on a recent discovery about electric eels, readers. If you’re searching for a new creature feature to add to your story, or just want to scare a younger sibling and give them nightmares, then this information should be right up your alley! Shocking Study Finds Electric Eels Hunt Together January … Continue reading Fish of a Scale….
There's some very good advice in this article, readers: BE ADVISED Over the past week or so, I’ve talked with several new writers who had finished their manuscripts and were ready to start on the next phase of their projects. A couple of them had a pretty good plan in mind. They’d already sent their … Continue reading Reposted: Be Advised
To learn more, follow the link, readers. It just might help you reorient and find the way to save (or protect) your most precious possession: your soul! Christ vs. Satan: Who’s winning in your life? Magnús Sannleikur - published on 03/01/21 Watch Fr. Robert Spitzer, the author of ‘Christ Versus Satan in Our Daily Lives: The … Continue reading The Battle for the Soul
No, I am not looking up these items on purpose, readers! They just seem to find me – or are sent to me to provoke a smile and a laugh. Admittedly, the fan picture which crosses My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic* with Star Trek: The Next Generation, probably counts less as fan art and … Continue reading New Perspectives on Old Franchises