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SETI at Home

Passing through hometown

Rains had stopped and a full moon floated above a cleansed horizon by the time his train rolled out through familiar outskirts. He desperately wanted to get off and visit his childhood home, maybe meet up with some of the kids he went to school with – he knew many still lived in the old […]

More Scrivener

Initially I thought I’d post at least one entry a week but I guess that didn’t happen after the first few posts. But fear not, I’m back with another entry about Scrivener. One of my best loved features about Scrivener is its full screen edit mode. I remember earlier posts, yes, that’s more than one, […]

Revenge, excerpt

He was walking along the shore of an ancient lake, the Sananay Samudra. The shoreline looked familiar but his vison glazed over unfocussed as if through fine silk. It was about forty miles from this temple and he had visited it several times. For some reason the ancient texts forming the backbone of his official […]

Global Warming – too cold or too hot

We’re surrounded by so much rubbish about what exactly global warming is. You find there are almost as many beliefs about its actual nature as those with strong opinions. For me, I don’t know but it is disturbing. I have no problem in believing, as a lot of the forefront scientists claim, that earth has […]