Tag Archives: Science

Moon Landing: Fake or Falcon True?

  Every so often, one comes across someone alluding to the moon landings as Virtual Reality, or just plain fake. Bugs me no end. Why,¬†you ask? It’s the straw with which such folks prop up their sagging, desiccated camel of … Continue reading

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Review: Robots Like Blue

Robots Like Blue by Anthony J. Deeney My rating: 4 of 5 stars A complex, ingenious, philosophical, and thoughtful work. A story set two centuries out in the future, ‘Robots Like Blue’ builds on ideas of robotic sentience. Anthony Deeney … Continue reading

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Animal Worship…Oh, How Uncivilized!

Watching “Seven Years in Tibet” with my preteen daughter, I could see that she was enjoying learning about far eastern cultures. We could not avoid laughing at the humor sewn inseparably into the tapestry of the complex story – where … Continue reading

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Space, Time, and Gravity

It is common nowadays to say space, time, gravity, mass, energy – all that we consider components with which we ‘construct’ or model our reality – are interlinked inextricably, none being entirely independent of the other. Time, as a late … Continue reading

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