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25 Most Recent Science Short Stories

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A Dark Matter by Brendan Carroll
The Knight of Death contemplates "Dark Matter"..
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Are We Alone in the Universe? by John Domino
Is Earth the only planet that has life? It's a billion dollar question that has many experts scrambling for answers. The question is, are we searching correctly? ..
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Black holes, John Wheeler and Ultimate Reality by * Starman * *
An elegant story about reality, good friends, that darned cat and Cannabis...
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Carl Sagan and the Pale Blue Dot by Edward Phillips
The story of civilization in 4 minutes, as told by America's best scientific storyteller...
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Clark Interviews Barry Goldwater by Clark McClelland
Senator Barry M. Goldwater at Kennedy Space Center on Moon Shot Day! By Clark C. McClelland, former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, Florida (1958-1992) ..
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Extraterrestrial Ship Glides Over Mobile Home Enroute To Landing Site by Jim Oglesby
Extraterrestrials Monitor Missile..
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Fill up my car with Switchgrass Please by Joseph Parish
A conversation with farmer Jacob and I concerning Switchgrass...
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View Photo of giacinto Read excerpt from giacinto giacinto by giacinthom di monderose
sublime..
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In Search of Nemesis by Edward Phillips
There is a very interesting series on TV called "The Universe." Here is a summary of one episode, along with a comment...
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Lightning Bugs by Brian Porter
Where have all the lightning Bugs Gone?..
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Read excerpt from Mystery of Flying Discs Mystery of Flying Discs by Paul Nipperess BMin
Mystery of the Flying Discs By Gibert N. Holloway - Philosopher. http://easy-trading-tools.00cd.com..
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OK, what's the speed of dark? by Ken Medernach
We all know the 186,000 miles per secod thingy, But whai is the Speed of Dark..
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Presentation Given to the Royal Society by Mike Green by Mike Green
Innovation’s Heroes & Villains London, 14th March 2008 ..
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Softrware Keeps Getting Smarter by Dan Ronco
IBM's Watson demonstrates its intelligence by defeating two Jeopardy champions. Is this another step toward a PeaceMaker virus?..
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The Binary Effects of God by Don Nordstrom
In my book, The Binary Effects of God, I seem to get the most questions from two chapters titled: The Story, and Intermission. I will attempt to provide more explanation below. Thank you for your continuing questions and as always, you can contact me through my email dn2u@juno.com...
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The First One by Walt Hardester
I'm still amazed at what I saw...
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The Flying Dutchman by David Thompson
My first Sci-Fi novella. People were always coming up to me after reading my first 2 novels, saying, "Davve, that was pretty good Science Fiction!". I would try to explain that they were dark fantasy but after many times, i just now say: "Thank you." Even though someone did compare it to "Star Trek"..
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View Photo of The Night Watch Read excerpt from The Night Watch The Night Watch by Bianca Boonstra
In the mean time, I hope that the reproduction will bring back beautiful memories to you, when you look at it. Take care, love of my life…”..
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Read excerpt from The Strand The Strand by Audrey Snead
Two scientists discover a piece of ancient wood containing a trace of extraordinary DNA that convinces them they have found the source of all life on earth. But could the world ever accept the truth of their findings? Brian O'Connell never really believed the true source of life on ear..
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Tune in to Sirius radio January 22nd 2008, 07-07.30 pm EST 4 my story by Larry Joseph
Record-breaking tsunamis. Category 5 hurricanes. Spiking global temperatures. World war. Predictions of how it will all end have been around for thousands of years. In Apocalypse 2012, Lawrence E. Joseph reveals the curious fact that 2012 has been pinpointed as a pivotal, perhaps cataclysmic, year i..
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Von Braun at Roswell by Clark McClelland
By Clark C. McClelland, former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, Florida (1958-1992) ..
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We may Live to Be Gods Ourselves by Richard Kallao
who knows how long life could be ? original idea and story..............
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Our human genome is full of viruses with genetic sequences similar to the genome of HIV-1, the viral cause of AIDS. These viruses have played an important role in human ..  
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