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Short Story / Humor

October 22, 2019

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Comments: 1

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I wrote a number of stories about life in "modern" Australia some years ago (The Tutor and the Game also on Booksie are others). I hopefully will have enough one day to put together a short book. In the mean time I post them here to give them a "try"… Read More
What if there were no barnacles, no pigeons. What if it was all made up. Here's a new look at the Darwin myth. Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

September 19, 2013

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The Booksie Classic House

If a fair maiden kisses a frog which instantly changes into a handsome prince, we would call it a fairy tale. But if the frog takes 40 million years to turn into a prince, we call it evolution. Time is the evolutionist's magic wand. Fairy tales come in many forms! Read More
This is only part 1, so if you find the ending a bit awkward, don't worry, It's supposed to be like that. A little explanation: the only time people in this world die is by sickness, old age, or separation of the head from the body. This little bit is… Read More
This short story captures the moment when two of the most dominant species on earth met for the first time - Neanderthal and Homosapain. Yet natures laws are stern, coalition is not conceivable, and there can only ever be one dominant species. Read More

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Old Man Jones tells the neighborhood children of life before the coming of the malevolent Angels and the subsequent Fall of Man. PS: I know that the picture is Charles Darwin. He's the first old guy with a beard I think of. Read More
Ever since the theory of evolution came out, it has been disputed by religion. Here is an essay that gives a brief but informative review of the dispute, also looking at whether both evolution and religion can co-exist. Ultimately, it is scientific and religious musings. Read More
This is a Reading Response on Virginia Woolf's "Professions for Women" Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" Patricia Hampl's "Memory and Imagination" Read More
A pastor and amateur entomologist in 19th century Sweden struggles with his faith in the light of Darwin's discoveries. Read More
Animal testing is wrong-topic for gov't class. Read More
taken from my book, "How Long Can They Last?" Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 17, 2008

World wide shift in at least economics Read More

Tags: politics, darwin

Just my thoughts about creationism and Evolution Read More
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