“Theory is like a scaffolding that you build up around the organism so that you can better observe its architecture and basic design. But after the organism has been revealed, the scaffolding is no longer terribly relevant.” Bernd Heinrich, Ravens In Winter
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Worst Weather Ever
33 degrees, rain, and wind. Plus, we still have snow from a few days back hanging around in the form of several inches of half melted slush. Today will be a stay inside and read a book day. I’m looking forward to winter showing up for real and our whisky-bright 10 degree mornings.
Into The Ruins Comes To An End
Into The Ruins Was a quarterly magazine of deindustrialized science fiction short stories that ran for four years. Written at the level of, what I guess you could call, high quality fan fiction ITR gave an intriguing look at what the future might look like and in a way that was both more believable andContinue reading “Into The Ruins Comes To An End”