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By Emmet Braun
Is time travel possible I think yes and they are sending messages back as we speak. Beyond 2000 a TV show in 1999 with Gillian Anderson, In the program she said they are already doing it sending messages and film footage back in time. They send a beam into space and when it return its one week...
This is a poem I wrote for the late Carl Sagan, a scientist, astronomer and so much more that I have much respect for. He was responsible for many space endeavors to include the pioneer plaque, voyager space probe and SETI to name just a few. I have read many of his books and find that he was a...
By John Herbert Farnham
Language is mankind's greatest asset, but it can also send us to the brink of our love's worst fear.
When your in a dark hole remember there are people just like you.
Poetry | Updated Nov 11, 2014 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Georgina V Solly
What the heavy rain and the spades revealed.
Short Story | Updated Mar 30, 2014 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
What I think of rainbows.
Poetry | Updated Nov 21, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 5
A stand in the Vapor Mist trail
deaf ears to Criers wail.
Jackstand Alone amidst the crowbar Junkyard
leaning hard on a windless day.
Kid at the Corner store no Change No Chore
Super Clean Heat no Glory for evermore.
No pantolones only remembered stories
Years into the future, Vince Smith becomes the first man to attempt transit through a black hole.
Short Story | Updated Dec 1, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
This short story revolves around Rhae, an entity that looks into time travel using the power of a black hole. Very sci fi and mathematical stuff going on! Enjoy
In a world in which everything is an illusion, it takes strength to fight the mirage. Against all odds, one girl finds the only solution - to run.
By Scott Shadden
A song I wrote about my dear friend Audrey. It will be on my album
A druggy - it's not that hard to figure out
In this poem, I'm basically begging one of my best friends to stay in high school because he's destroying his life otherwise.
By Aaron Tyler Lawrence
A novice science fiction story