Monthly Archives: July 2012
Provided by S. R. Algernon December 21, 2218 Dear Editors of Xenobiology: We are writing in response to the latest round of reviewer comments on “The use of acoustic deterrents against macrofauna in the surface ice sheets of Europa: ecological and economic implications” by Clark and Hopkins. We appreciate the efficiency of Xenobiology’s updated Virtual Peer [...]
Provided by M. Bennardo from vol. XII, no. 3 To the editor: There has been recently a distressing increase in the tendency of our fellow time travelers to treat past and future history with ignorance, contempt, and apathy. This boorish behavior was at least tolerable when confined to the usual tourist destinations, such as the [...]
Essay by L. Vira Calotes-Golem, PhD, as provided by Ash Krafton Illustration by Justine McGreevy I don’t know why such a big deal is made over women who successfully manage both a family and a career. Lots of us do it without a second thought. Maybe it’s all about quality. After all, a great job [...]
An essay by Nikola Tesla, presented by Adam Israel Illustration by Katie Nyborg The beginning of the end started on 22 July, 1899. I stood outside my laboratory atop Pikes Peak, near Colorado Springs. The frequent electrical storms the area was known for made this an ideal location to carry out my research. Forks of [...]
Sorry for the lateness of this post. I was busy on the 1st and I didn’t want to distract from the new story that came out on the 2nd. So here we are today.
An essay by Leonard Smok, as presented by Jeffery Scott Sims Photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett In this latest edition of “Weird Case Files” we consider the curious new book, just published by Starfire Press, entitled Holobiologia: Unlocking the Ultimate Secrets of Life. This largish volume, by one Anton Vorchek, Professor of something-or-other, purports to [...]