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Told through journal entries, the reader is drawn into the Earth of the future, where the warnings of climatologists have come true. Above the Timberline is a story of a son in search of his explorer father. But more so, … Continue reading
Update: I have received an apology, which I accepted, from the Jewish Review of Books for their allowed use of the term, “moral autism.” However, the points I make below are still relevant to the issue and something society needs … Continue reading
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From the author of The Martian, comes a new and exciting crime thriller, which just happens to take place in the modular lunar city of Artemis. Mixing scientific fact, with pulse pounding excitement, Andy Weir grabs you hook, line and … Continue reading
My previous review Of Star Trek Discovery talked about how Trek had finally allowed it’s characters to be really human; to not care about other probable sentient beings, and to focus solely on their main mission, winning the war against the … Continue reading
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