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Review of Triangulation: Dark Skies

Triangulation: Dark Skies, edited by Diane Turnshek and Chloe Nightingale (Parsek Ink, 2019), is an anthology of stories about people longing to see the night skies. Whether the stars are missing due to light pollution or something else, the stories … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Interview with Julian Dexter

Julian Dexter had a story in Utter Fabrication, and now he’s back with a story in I Didn’t Break the Lamp! DV: Tell us a bit about yourself! Julian Dexter: I love reading and writing and currently work as both a writing … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Gel on the Dark Side of the Moon?

News came out recently that the Chinese lunar probe had located a mysterious shiny gel on the dark side of the moon. But as other scientists looked into this claim, it seems that it may have been a translation error. … Continue reading

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Talking About Science in British Sign Language

While sign language is a huge boon to those people with hearing loss or deafness, the various forms of sign language can make it difficult to communicate about certain topics, like science. Science is filled with lengthy words that don’t … Continue reading

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Now Available: Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2019

Time travel, religious birds, and alchemical experimentation. These are but some of the strange tales to be found in this book. Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2019 collects fourteen tales from the fictional worlds of mad science. For the discerning mad … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Using Nail Art to Talk about Science

One young scientist is using her love of nail art as a way to bring science to other young women and folks who are interested in nail art. Luisa Torres’ interest in nail art started separate from her interest in … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Interview with Jacob Budenz

Today’s interview is with Jacob Budenz, a new addition to the Mad Scientist Journal family! DV: Tell us a bit about yourself! Jacob Budenz: In addition to being a writer, I’m a multi-disciplinary performer (singer, piano player, actor, performance artist, director, … Continue reading

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These Boots Were Made For Fighting

Guest Post by Trish Heinrich We have all seen it. The superhero woman with the outfit that barely covers her ample bosom and bottom, her well-muscled legs encased in thigh high boots with towering heels. “How does she fight in … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Break the Lamp: Interview with Maureen Bowden

Maureen Bowden has published a number of stories with Mad Scientist Journal, as well as appearing in the Utter Fabrication anthology. Now she’s back with a story for I Didn’t Break the Lamp! DV: Tell us a bit about yourself! Maureen Bowden: … Continue reading

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Strange Science: UV Rays for Sterilizing Transplants

Researchers in Brazil are using ultraviolet rays to help eliminate or reduce viruses and bacteria in donated organs before those organs are transplanted into recipients. When organs are prepared for a typical transplant, the donor’s blood is removed from the … Continue reading

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