Category Archives: MSJ Time Machine

More Magical Tales

If you enjoyed Monday’s story about magic and roller derby, check out a few other stories we’ve published related to magic in the context of mad science! “Mrs. Hobgobble’s Grade 5 Troll Homework: Tooth Fairy Experiments” by Sarina Dorie (experimentation … Continue reading

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More Mad Anthropology

If you enjoyed Monday’s story, here are some more stories about mad anthropology! “The Origin of Stenches” by Isaac Teile (goblin anthropology) (available in MSJ Autumn 2017) “A Brief History of the Human Colonization of Mars” by H. E. Bergeron … Continue reading

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More Metaphysics

If you enjoyed Monday’s metaphysics story, here are some others you might like! “The Improbable Case of the Were-Hydra” by Deborah L. Davitt (philosophical concepts as living beings) “Do You Remember How to Fly?” by Paul Stansbury (are we unable … Continue reading

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More Demons and Creepy Critters

If this week’s story about demons has you wishing for more demons and other creepy critters, we’ve got you covered! “Excerpts from the Audio Notes” by Jonathan Ficke (scientists working with demons) (available in MSJ Spring 2019) “5 Ways to … Continue reading

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More Quantum Physics

If you enjoyed Monday’s story on quantum physics, here are a few more from our back issues that you might also like! “Product Review: Chronochill” by Franko Stephens (the problems of a multi-dimensional refrigerator) (available in MSJ Winter 2019) “The … Continue reading

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Other Evolution Stories

If you enjoyed Monday’s story about a species evolving, check out these other stories! “Reproductive Strategy in a New Giant Carnivorous Ostracod” by Rebecca Siân Pyne (genetic adaptations of a species in which there are no males) (available in MSJ … Continue reading

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More Stories about Pathogens and Viruses

If you enjoyed yesterday’s story about pathogens, here are a few stories from the MSJ archives you might also enjoy! “Disinhibited” by Myna Chang (a bounty hunter trying to help stop an outbreak) “Love Bites” by James A. Conan (alien … Continue reading

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More Tales of Xenobiology

If you enjoyed this week’s story, you might also like some of our previous xenobiology stories! “Jehovah’s Feathers” by K. Kitts (relationships between human and non-human species) “Noise” by John A. McColley (investigations by a non-human species into humanity) “Marked” … Continue reading

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Other Cryptozoology Stories

If you enjoyed yesterday’s story about an unusual creature, here are some other stories you might like! “The Skitterer: An Impression of an Imaginary Companion” by G. D. Watry (a strange cryptid that might or might not be real) “Old … Continue reading

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Stories for Winter Nights!

We’re in the midst of winter in the northern hemisphere, so here are a few winter tales to keep you company during these dark nights! “On a Winter’s Night” by Paul Crenshaw (a dark Gothic-inspired tale) “Ice Words, Fire Fonts, … Continue reading

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