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By Derwin Gonzalez
an eyeopening theory physicists are discussing on the nature of life.
By Tilman Otto Wagner
Science Fiction Story About the Future of the World and Mankind.
Science-Fiction-ErzÃ¤hlung Ã¼ber die Zukunft der Welt und Menschheit.
By C M Pickering
After fleeing from their home realm of Litheus, Kess and her half-sister Rina have settled into Affley, a large town in Queensland, Australia, Earth, as best as they can. Life isn't easy, with Kess's mum using whatever means available to get Kess back and being unable to leave the district....
Story of a dog is a sci fi epic about one man and a strange charcter that appears to be a dog.
A logical guide toward living by grace and love, utilizing the benefits of neuro-plasticity, logic, the wisdom of pious religions, and common sense.
A poem about death.
Poetry | Updated Sep 12, 2012 | Reads: 39 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Secret Society
Short story on how our divine essence and natural instincts have been overwhelmed by a never-ending stream of words and concepts.
By Secret Society
What happens when ancient spiritual traditions are reinterpreted and resurrected in the modern world? Not a novel, as such, but rather a concise introduction to the beliefs and mysteries of 'forbidden spirituality'.
I was up at 3 a.m. one morning and decided to write a poem and enter it in a contest. It ended up being published. If ever offered two pills, what would you do? I thought of Alice going down the hole, but also what would her mother would say in response.
Trapped in a virtual gaming world created by scientists in the year 2145, Desmond must stop the Glitch from downloading itself into reality, but with other peoples corrupt I.D's trying to stop him and the death safety blanket gone, one false move and he's deleted, from both worlds...
By Shubby Doo
Proverbs inspired chinese film type spoof
By Cosmic Crow
An old essay about the movie the Matrix.
'There Is No Spoon' is an article about the matrix, written by Ugo Osmunds in Visual magazine June 2011 Issue.
By Penny Nicole Smith
This is how Violet became a spy.