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The Silver Lining

Keith and Aubry saw it happen whilst standing on the shore of Lake Erie. Watching the city of Detroit die was curiously beautiful, a sunset at 3:17 in the afternoon. Luckily, scientists provided enough warning. They saw the hundred-meter asteroid … Continue reading

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A Fable of Love

Hate is not just a concept, it’s a tangible thing. Despite it’s apparent ethereal nature, it has a measurable affect on living things. If science had only worked out the mathematics of it, they might understand the life-cycle of the … Continue reading

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