Tag Archives: Global Warming

Propagating Idiocy

The spaceship landed in Oregon forests. Phelanth engaged the stealth fields, and the ship suddenly looked a camping tent. “Is that necessary?” said Phelanth’s wife, Aphaeria. “We Ipinians look like humans.” “Wow!” enthused their son, Egron, staring outside. “Trees! I … Continue reading

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A Talk With Nature – Mondays Finish the Story

A Talk With Nature The crew of the Angel Flame received orders to head out. It was tense aboard the research sub as it dived 2,000ft into Antarctic waters. The vociferous global-warming skeptic aboard, Vance Stone, kept the naturalist crewmen … Continue reading

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Strange Things – Sunday Photo Fiction

Strange Things “That’s strange,” said Allen. “You bet it is,” said Marsha, adjusting her parka. “I don’t remember seeing that, ever.” “Yeah. I mean, how often do you see seagulls around snow?” “Oh, right. I hardly even remember snow. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Those Who Did Nothing – Sunday Photo Fiction

Those Who Did Nothing Everything was different since The Change, mused John Keannor. He sipped bitter coffee from a wooden cup. The mirror he stared into was nothing like what he remembered. No perfect reflection after a carefree visit to … Continue reading

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The Truce – The Speakeasy at Yeah Write

The Truce There was a time when things were different. Birds used to be colorful and interesting, like the two wooden parrots decorating the garden outside the abandoned ranch. They say about 60 years ago birds flew away from people. … Continue reading

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