Tag Archives: Time Dilation

Class Project

Aliens were no longer unusual. They visited Earth’s touristy spots as much as anyone. If aliens visited Earth previously, then traveled elsewhere faster/at/near the speed of light, they experienced far less time passing than Earthers. This Time Dilation effect produced … Continue reading

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The Grand Adventure – Sunday Photo Fiction

The Grand Adventure Herbert Dowding strolled along the boardwalk as he had for the seven years since she’d left. Idly, he noticed the time of 10:15 on the clock tower at Victoria Point. He wondered how many more times he’d … Continue reading

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Travel Time – Write on Edge

Written for the Write on Edge writing challenge. A story about a neighborhood swiftly becoming crowded begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Travel Time Roland and Daphne propped up their feet on the back porch of their new house … Continue reading

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In Time For Dinner – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story about discovery and a curious effect begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor In Time For Dinner “84 years ago, Jorge Alvarez built the first warp engine right here,” said the museum curator … Continue reading

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