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- Is Science Fiction a Failing Genre?
Category Archives: Science
Is Science Fiction a Failing Genre?
Is Science Fiction a Failing Genre? Here is a test: walk into a real world bookstore, preferably a major chain like Waterstones, and stand by the door. Look around carefully (hopefully avoiding being approached by the store detectives) and try … Continue reading
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On a Rocket to the Stars!
Something that I personally find difficult when writing science fiction stories is where to set the technological level. Most of the time, I tend to bypass the technology in SF in large measure. I guess that my personal slant on … Continue reading
Blood Clots – how to protect your health and maybe save your life
Blood clots kill more people each year than cancer and HIV/AIDS combined. I therefore find it amazing that in the UK there is almost zero publicity relating to the issue, especially given that we have a freely available health service … Continue reading
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