II February 15, 1945 Belle Plaine, Iowa She was home. With family. The War, for her, was over. From California to Washington, from Bataan to Stalingrad, the world was burning. It had really burned hot for a while there, but like a rapidly cooling meteor, it wasn’t much but a hot cinder now. The question […]Read more "The House That Jack Built: Chapter II"
I think a more interesting question is whether or not even a government comprised completely of say…a decision-making friendly AI with complete executive power, broad-spectrum data mining so it needn’t be dependent on human opinions, and a few human minders to execute its directives and mind LEObots and other mechanical personnel at the local and […]Read more "Can a Secular Nation Ever Exist?"
all they want is to be left alone. Source: An Unbroken Lineage. the Sentinelese Bloodline is 60,000 Years Long Posted on my wedding day. Here’s to 60,000 years of successful creativity for the Pages, on worlds without number…and to all of you out there in crazyland.Read more "An Unbroken Lineage. the Sentinelese Bloodline is 60,000 Years Long"
The Grand Heptagram Rite – http://wp.me/p1xE1P-1Wa A Sunday meditation. We do cover religious issues here on occasion. 🙂Read more "The Grand Heptagram Rite | The Digital Ambler"
http://runesoup.com/2015/02/under-familiar-skies/ One of the Rune Soup posts in the last year I’m most impressed by. Pattern recognition is a skill both of a hypothetical AI and of a magician, and for many of the same reasons. Don’t let the Greys use it against you. Coming up later today: a review of Iron Maiden’s new ish, […]Read more "Under Familiar Skies"
Well, that’s just a summary subtitle. The actual working title is “For Dulcy’. I wrote this some time ago, when the McKinney pool thing was still happening, and when I was fresh and raw and tired and angry at everything and barely had time to create. I’m much happier now. I was serious about dumping […]Read more "For Dulcy: On McKinney, Texas and American Quixotic Impulses"