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Spiral

December 15, 2016

Spirals are found naturally on our planet earth and also in outer space.

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Evrybody’s Talkin’ ‘Bout Dose E-books

March 9, 2011

This Sunday night. I had a chance to watch 60 Minutes and listen to Christopher Hitchens philosophize about life and general and his desperate fight with cancer. I even stayed tuned until Andy Rooney came on a screen, which is something I don’t always do. And guess what; he was talking about e-books. Here’s a […]

Hooray For Ray

January 19, 2011

Ray Bradbury is a well-known for his full length literary works, such as “The Martian Chronicles”, “Fahrenheit 451”, “Dandelion Wine” and “Something Wicked Comes This Way”. However, there is another side of Ray Bradbury, that the general public may not so be aware of. And that is his ability to put together a good short […]

Orson Scott Card On Writing

January 7, 2011

I have a confession to make. I love to read books on writing, especially those penned by successful authors. Orson Scott Card, author of the award winning sci-fi tale, “Ender’s Game”, is one of my favorites. Recently, I just came across a copy of  “Characters & Viewpoints” in the local library and at present I […]

Rogue Satellite

May 12, 2010

There’s a rogue satellite on the loose. It’s called the Galaxy 15 and it was launched at Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana in October 2005. The launch was performed by Arianespace SA a French company. According to Associated Press  the satellite was knocked out of commission by a solar storm, but it still […]

Earth Day

April 23, 2010

Today is earth day, (yesterday actually since it’s past midnight )but now that the volcano has finally quieted down (at least for the present)  I figured i can turn my attention to something else. So I thought I celebrate the good things on our planet, like the sunshine. And that requires that we notice the […]