Tag Archives: terraforming
How editing Wikipedia & a fictional Martian constitutional convention influenced the Consensus government in my novel(s)-to-be. Yep, & consensus would be a better way to run our own world too, yep. Continue reading
One tool for inventing an imaginary story universe in science fiction is extrapolating from the present into the future. Granting corporations lots of extra power as the Supreme Court did recently is very good for my worldbuilding. But is very bad for the world I actually live in.
The real deal on Wheeler report commissioned by Sullivan & thugs: History has proven Begich right ( Alaska Dispatch) http://bit.ly/1wRcgG # Halcro on AGIA & Palin’s common sense re: economy: “it’s commonly known Palin doesn’t possess any.” http://bit.ly/4fmesh # Shannyn … Continue reading
The original malewhinge I tweeted about above has seemingly disappeared, as has the website it came from, which was called “The Spearhead.” But the Fan History Wiki has a useful summary.
A few notes about what terraforming is. A terraforming project on an extrasolar planet is the context of my SF novel-in-progress “Cold.”
“Cold,” my NaNoWriMo project for 2007, will be a science fiction novel featuring two young women who live on a planet in the late stages of terraformation.
On a cold-arse night in 2005 the question came into my head: “What does cold feel like?” Thus was born the science fiction novel-in-progress “Cold.”