There is a house in Santa Fe that isn’t right. Reality has fractured and worlds are colliding. Surprisingly, it’s not that bad. Pleasant, even. Visit Meow Wolf and see for yourself. Just keep track of your kids.
ESA’s Mars Express orbiter has been snapping pics for 16 years. This recently released pole-to-pole image is astoundingly beautiful. Be sure to click through to the article, where there’s lots of discussion of the details.
Neal Stephenson, commenting on a bunch of stuff.
Neal Stephenson is the author of some of the most prescient and beloved science fiction of the last 30 years,
His comments regarding personal freedom in a Martian colony don’t gel with mine. The social system that I imagine in Generation Mars has a great respect for personal freedom.
However, that is tempered by a level of social responsibility that we would likely find unrecognizable here on Earth.
Look what came today!
Scratching the Surface comes out in paperback August 30, available for pre-order now.
The Kindle version is available now. If you already have it, please consider leaving a review on Amazon.
Big news! The paperback version of Scratching the Surface comes out August 30! It’s available for pre-order starting today.
In the meantime, the Kindle version is available now.
The Kindle version of Scratching the Surface is out! To celebrate, I am offering it free all day Sunday, August 18! Grab your copy and, if so inclined, leave a review after reading it.
Paperback coming soon!
For some time now, I’ve been puzzling over where to place Dawn Colony on the surface of Mars. Here is the description of the landscape around the colony from Scratching the Surface: Continue reading “Where on Mars?”
This might be the most dedicated space journalism I’ve ever encountered. I want to say “Bravo!”, but that seems weird.
Ever since human beings have been jamming themselves into little metal canisters and shooting themselves off into space, there has been one thing everyone wants to know: how do you go to the bathroom? Sure, you can read about how it’s done, and for most people that’s enough. But not for me. I wanted to…