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  • Radrook
    Blog: Flash Fiction 1. By Radrook at 11:08 PM.
    Titan seems inviting to colonization because of the way it mimics earthlike features such as lakes, river tributaries, sand dunes and rains. However, closer inspection is a bit sobering. Lets take a closer look. To begin with the lakes are composed of methane as is the rain. Lakes of Titan - Wikipedia --------------------------------------------------------------- Positives to colonization...
  • Radrook
    Blog: Flash Fiction 1. By Radrook at 10:56 PM.
    Many persons don't really appreciate just how tremendously distant our Sun really is because it can be so blistering hot on summer days and it seems so prominent in our sky. But in reality, what seems to be a fairly nearby sun is actually an almost unimaginably enormous distance away. Here are some examples to illustrate just how distant our sun really is. The Sun is approximately 93,000,000...
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    Rani99
    Blog: Rani99's blog. By Rani99 at 10:03 PM.
    Today, at one o'clock in the morning, we all see the same darkness. It fills us with invisible winds. Fills our souls with complete emptiness. We are all equal before this darkness. All are equally empty, everyone is suffering from something badly. Today, at two o'clock in the morning, we're clutching our cell phones with both hands. They lit up our faces, glaring into our eyes with its...
  • Radrook
    Blog: Flash Fiction 1. By Radrook at 3:44 PM.
    I have always been fascinated by the history of Rome-in particular its military success and reverses. One of the most interesting I find is the battle of Carrhae, a small town near which it took place, because it illustrates two things that the Bible tells us: 1. that the blind leading the blind will lead them all into a pit Matthew 15:14 ► New International Version Leave them; they are...
  • Radrook
    Blog: Flash Fiction 1. By Radrook at 2:11 AM.
    The contest that ensued between Rome and Carthage has always intrigued me. Here is one issue I found perplexing. Why didn’t Carthage stop Rome’s ascendency when it had the chance? Carthaginian Indifference? Rome didn't spring full-blown as a major Mediterranean power. Even after throwing off its Etruscan yoke it was vulnerable to attack by the Gauls. So it's ascension was a slow gradual one...