Tag: space

  • Despite 2020: Space and NASA

    Despite 2020: Space and NASA

    I’m not much one for politics, sports, celebrities, news––my mind tends to retreat upon such topics. I’d rather occupy myself with a fictional world than brush up on what’s going on in the real world at the moment. I’d rather be writing a sci-fi novel or watching anime than finally looking up the names of […]

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  • My Theories on the Bright Eyes Podcast: #wheresmilo

    A little warning before you read on: This post will have spoilers after about halfway through, but for those of you who have not listened to the Bright Eyes Podcast yet, I have written up a little introduction just for you to get you interested. (After you’ve listened to the latest episode, you’re more than […]

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  • Don’t Write What You Know

    I’m sure a lot of you have heard the quote “Write what you know.” I believe Mark Twain originally said it. Well, I hate to go against a well known saying by a prestigious author, but I don’t think it’s a quote writers should live by, even though I believe it does make sense to some […]

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  • Our World, Other Worlds, and the Geocentric Theory

    Today I will, once again, deviate from my usual genre of posts in the writing and geek categories. But perhaps this is a post for writers, because the only reason why I began to think about such things as our world, other worlds, and the Geocentric Theory is because I am, after all, a writer of […]

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  • The Writer’s Thoughts: Faith, Asking Questions, and Our Limited Minds

    Most of this post is just my own thoughts. Read on and don’t be afraid to agree or disagree or note any flaws. I am, after all, just a young writer. As mortal beings, do we have limited minds? Are we unable to understand everything, though we try? Perhaps we were created with a limited amount of knowledge, but […]

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  • The Book and Movie Review: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

    The Book and Movie Review: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

    “It is said that despite its many glaring (and occasionally fatal) inaccuracies, the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy itself has outsold the Encyclopedia Galactica because it is slightly cheaper, and because it has the words “DON’T PANIC” in large, friendly letters on the cover.” -The Guide I had no idea when I started reading this […]

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