Mechanics stories, books, poems, and more

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This is just a book of grammar. I'll have chapters concerning the most common questions, and answer them using my experience with the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition. This is just a sort of guide to help people understand the complex English language and its grammatical obstacles that… Read More
I have often noticed that teachers of Quantum Mechanics often teach their students as if they expect their students to understand it already. However, Richard Feynman once said, "I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics." My purpose in writing this is not to teach quantum… Read More
This is a short story about our journey, trials and tribulations with my son dreaming and creating his first car. Read More
Self Awareness. A truly different and unique 'Polar' perspective on how the human being 'Works' from the inside out. Want to know how you ‘Work’ and why that you ‘don’t’? There is a way to ‘Naturally’ learn and understand this and it truly is ‘Simplicity’ itself, if you can ‘believe’… Read More
On the nature and structure of time. Read More

Book / Science Fiction

June 17, 2015

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She was a Doll, sold to the homes of humans for labor. She'd work until she broke. The secrets of her Mistress are in her hands; She allows it to grow. And maybe. Just maybe this secret was finally going to be her answer. Read More

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My first short love poem. A love poem for science nerds :) hope you like it Read More

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Hello. Welcome to the first day of the rest of your life. If you took the initiative to read the following texts then you have reached a point in your life where you want to know more. The day to day life is no longer enough for you. You miss… Read More
This is just when I have nothing to do or no one to talk to. Random thoughts and events from me. I'm guessing this will end up like a diary, but it wasn't originally supposed to be one. xx Read More
This article will prove why the development of quantum mechanics in science was revolutionary. Read More
So bassically, this is another home work assingment, and was sick and tired of trying to write persuasive essays that really move you, so, I just said "what the heck!" and went with something about duct tape! Try to enjoy! Read More

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Comments: 6

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Death evades a teenager attempting suicide, as after each "death" he is transported to oddly-familiar worlds. Read More

Book / Science Fiction

August 25, 2009

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Comments: 5

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Evan is - by all appearances - a normal, if eccentric, mechanic on a star-base. However, things set into motion fifty years ago have drastically changed not only the human race but the delicate balance of the surrounding space and the dealings between all races. What part does Evan play?… Read More

Book / Science Fiction

November 08, 2008

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Comments: 1

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Chapter 1 Summary: The first chapter of my first novel. Follow Sam to the lethal injection chamber as he prepares for death. Short novel Summary: In a world where organics and cyborgs are in a war, Samuel Johnson wakes up from what he thought was his execution death. Now he… Read More

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Comments: 3

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Coffee. Sex. Cocaine. Robots. Quantam Mechanics. Missing Kidneys. Mysterious packages. Work. Love. Lee 'Scratch' Perry. Dreams. Time. Murder. Friends. Enemies and the meaning of it all. With thirty days to find true happiness, one man goes on a journey through places he never imagined and maybe wished he never did. Read More
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