Tag Archives: Counter-Gravity

Parking Fees

Warren Brey sat in Holt’s Cafe sipping an espresso. He watched the stock market feed on the laptop before him, and also the parking garage half a block away. His usual waiter, Ian, returned with scones and jam, and sat … Continue reading

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Clever Trade Negotiating

Gryxt, the alien leader of the trade team, sighed as he gazed at the carnival ride. “I thought it was a transportation device!” “Disappointing,” said Jurzyt. “These low-tech Humans have nothing to trade.” Plauxt returned with a bag. “Try this!” … Continue reading

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The Highest Bidder

“Sinbad” was the first person to take Harry’s invention seriously. So the fifteen-year old felt bad when FBI agents swept in and grabbed the Russian at Holbarth subway station, beside the payphone. FBI Agent Knight said, “Lemme see that thing.” … Continue reading

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Special

Atlanta in 2114 differed from much of the world. It was a counter-gravity society. Cars, signs, even buildings all floated in the air, held aloft by invisible counter-gravity beams. It changed the people there in curious ways. Talia and her … Continue reading

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Unique – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about a great inventor and a terrible salesman, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Unique The state’s richest man stared at the car and declared, “That certainly is unique.” ‘Buzz’ Duncan, the … Continue reading

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Good Neighbor – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a shade tree mechanic with a secret, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction Good Neighbor David leaned hard on his cane as he walked walked under the shade of the apple … Continue reading

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Inventor Creates Counter-Gravity

LOCK HAVEN, PA – The world changed today in a way that cannot easily be measured. Jeffery Fordham, eccentric inventor in this little town of 9,700, successfully tested the first known counter-gravity unit to move a large object. His entire … Continue reading

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