• Posts Tagged ‘Essay’

    Jack the Giant-Killer: A Species Traitor?

    by  • December 28, 2015 • Fiction • 4 Comments

    Jack the Giant-Killer: A Species Traitor?

    Presented to the Journal of Ahistorical Archeology by Professor T. Phineas Munbar, Ph. D., Fellow, A. A. A., as provided by Dave D’Alessio Art by Errow Collins Giants were apparently more common in the past then they are today. The Bible refers to giants, as do Greek mythology, the Torah, and Dante’s Inferno. However, the...

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    Beginning Mad Science: the Path to Greatening Yourself

    by  • July 27, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Beginning Mad Science: The Path to Greatening Yourself

    An essay by Dr. Phillip “Pip” Jaminson, as provided by Michael Hudson Art by Justine McGreevy Welcome aspiring overlords, misanthropic geniuses, and sociopathic ne’er do wells! So you’ve decided to become a mad scientist rather than languish among the standard old run of the mill madmen? An astounding and thoroughly rewarding life awaits you should...

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    Mad Science: Must We Be Evil?

    by  • June 29, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Mad Science: Must We Be Evil?

    An essay by Dr. Phillip “Pip” Jaminson, as provided by Michael Hudson Art by Luke Spooner Do the undoubtedly groundbreaking discoveries sought by the mad scientific community always have to be motivated by a villainous desire to counter all that is morally right and just? Yes, end of article. Cue the lightning and maniacal laughter. No,...

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    Till Death Do Us Part, and Part Again

    by  • June 8, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Til Death Do Us Part, And Part Again

    Dr. Frank A. Helmin1 and Dr. Diana Rohlman2 1Department of Psychology, Groom Lake Laboratories; 2Groom Lake Publishing Services, Groom Lake, Nevada, United States of America Corresponding author: Frank A. Helmin, helminj@groomlakelab.edu Illustration by: Luke Spooner Frank A. Helmin received his Bachelors of Science degree in 2004 at Ohio State University. He received his doctorate...

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    In the Defense of Mummies

    by  • February 2, 2015 • Fiction • 2 Comments

    In the Defense of Mummies

    An essay by Dr. Genocide, as provided by J. M. Perkins Art by Katie Nyborg (This article first appeared in the December 2375 issue of Mad Science Monthly and is reprinted with permission. Mad Science Monthly accepts no liabilities for any hypertime anomalies arising from any person or persons acting with foreknowledge to as...

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    The Birds of Ecthalion

    by  • January 19, 2015 • Administrative • 0 Comments

    The Birds of Ecthalion

    An essay by Noscanaran’e’Prelapsis, as provided by Jaime Babb Art by Shannon Legler Excerpt from “A Survey History of the Human Worlds”, c. 70 500 A.I., compiled by Noscanaran of Taxekentak: The planet 47 Ursa Majoris-3, locally known as Ecthalion, is home to a small population of Orange Three-Toed Humans, thought to be offshoots...

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    Notes on the Genetics and a Hypothesis on the Hybridization Life Cycle of Homo sapiens and Homo aquatium

    by  • January 5, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Notes on the Genetics and a Hypothesis on the Hybridization Life Cycle of Homo sapiens and Homo aquatium

    Research by: Dr. Herbert K. Bloch, Chief Physician, Shikellamy Asylum, Dellville, PA Transcribed and submitted by: Fred S. Lubnow, Ph.D. Illustration by: Steve Maschuck This short paper provides the results of hopefully the first in a series of investigations into the hybridization of humans (Homo sapiens) and deep ones (Homo aquatium). While this unique...

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    Self-Help for Super Villains

    by  • December 1, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Self-Help for Super-Villains

    An essay by Bill Masterson, as provided by Christopher Holmes Nixon Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye “Deep within man dwell those slumbering powers, powers that would astonish him, that he never dreamed of possessing, forces that would revolutionize his life if aroused and put into action.” –Orison Swett Martin Hello. My name is Bill Masterson. I...

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