Monthly Archives: September 2014

Reach

Atop the mountains the wind stings your face So high in the peaks their tips brush outer space Turn upwards and onwards towards the great peak With every crevasse now, the rock seems to speak The great, howling, storm cries Where Earth meets the skies Up here in  thin … Continue reading

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Why I am a Pantheist

  You feel reverence when you go to church on a Sunday. Good for you! I am in church 24/7. The mountains are my cathedral, the oceans my sacred blood, the trees my holy relics. I feel reverence every time I look … Continue reading

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Where are all our cosmic neighbours?

Debating an excellent article with a friend tonight on The Fermi Paradox, which boils down to: If the Universe is full of a zillion stars capable of warming planets suitable for evolving intelligent life, why haven’t we heard from anybody? … Continue reading

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The Sixth Day

I wrote this story about ten years ago. If I’d ever published it, I’d be trying to sue the ass off the makers of Transcendence now. As it is, exploring the issues around what makes a person a person and … Continue reading

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