Tag Archives: Terraforming

Practical Expectations of a Mars Colony

Recently, a friend brought an article about a Martian colony to my attention. Being the lover of space and science fiction that I am, the title hardly encouraged me. Humans Will Never Colonize Mars offers the rather gloomy impression that … Continue reading

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Feeding the Birds

Keifer stuffed his pipe slowly, eyes scanning the terrain. The environment of Corregidor IV used to be hostile to Earth life, but that had changed and green things slowly took over the desert. Nearby, a hard thrumming sounded and hummingbirds … Continue reading

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Terraforming – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a friend who is going through some big changes, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Terraforming Janice’s friend, Glenda, had always been a bit of a hippy at heart. It didn’t … Continue reading

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