Monthly Archives: April 2013

Kepler on CBS

CBS News covered NASA’s Kepler Mission on Sunday morning. For a short treatment (just 5 seconds longer than 5 minutes), it was very informative. If you missed it, please spare the five minutes and go to CBS’s video of the … Continue reading

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Short Story Anthology Call for Submissions

The Static Movement themed anthology “Broken,” is filling with stories (over 61,000 words now) and will close to submissions when it reaches 70,000. Static Movement anthologies are “for the love” markets. The editor for this anthology is Dorothy Davies. Following … Continue reading

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Asteroids: Detect, Divert, Capture, and Mine

Several of my short stories have featured modified asteroids as useful structures, predominantly in Trojan Orbits. But the first asteroids that are likely to have a tremendous impact on humanity (good or bad) are the “near-Earth” asteroids–those bodies that orbit … Continue reading

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New Story: Love, Death and Overlapping Bosonic Singularities

My short story, “Love, Death and Overlapping Bosonic Singularities,” is now published and available online in the April-June edition of The Lorelei Signal, edited by Carol Hightshoe. The story is a science fiction romance about Amy Budge, a research-division middle-management woman … Continue reading

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