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A story of a young man who believes he has an extraordinary ability, he can see the future.
If you guys like this let me know and I'll turn it into a longer piece. I was going to write a couple of sequels to this anyway but if people really like the writing style I'll do something bigger with it.
All for free of course :)
taken from my book,
I take a blind dive into the vast universe of physics, and come up with a stupid idea - so stupid it might just work.
With the help of others, I made it rather... realistic.
what do you think about life
i think of a leaf today
tell me if u like this :)))
A little something that might change your way of looking at time travel.
I was reading through a geography textbook when while reading a fact about the Malthusium theory something came to mind quickly, This thought is what I thought to share here.
A look into the popular TV show and all the hype that surrounds it.
Essay | Updated Jul 1, 2014 | Reads: 74 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dionne Eckstein
This poem is based on the amazing movie called ''The Golden Compass'' . It is about Lyra and her journey with the golden compass .
By Chris Green
Officially my job doesnâ€™t exist. Nor do the jobs of the other operators in Department Ð–. Department Ð– is a clandestine organisation, with no mailing address, phone number or website. It appears on no records. Its offices are to be found only by the very determined, hidden as they...
Short Story | Updated Apr 11, 2014 | Reads: 56 | Comments: 6 | Likes: 8
By Man Vs Ape
Just a thought
Poetry | Updated Mar 14, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Macaroni Mario
I know I should move on but no matter what "good" things happen in my life - I still want to stay stuck in stupid!
By Catherine Simonelli
The truths of creation, known through the Word and Spirit, are presented. Christians are encouraged to remain faithful to the Word and to make a declaration by observing Creation Day on October 18.
Article | Updated Jan 27, 2014 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I was meditating on this topic for a short time, and I came up with a final thought on it. All though there is way more to what I typed, I decided to condense it all in two paragraphs (time and laziness).
By Sheakwon Vaughn
Comparing totalitarian governments and Orwell's 1984. Using evidence from the novel and our US government. Incorporating outside conflicts in North Korea and validating found data.