I wrote a riddle when I was a teenager. Those that have no need of me Never do anything without me Those that starve of me Never give me a second thought. If you want to figure guess at it. Don't read any further than this until you're done. The answer is your conscience. At … Continue reading A new answer to an old riddle
He stared blankly in front of him. He'd been trying to suppress his thoughts with numbness, and for some time he'd lost himself in that fog. But he could only drift so long before his eyes refocused. Mother and father had gone quiet. Their fight was a tennissed shouting match punctuated by glass breaking and … Continue reading Gods of Ararat: Prologue
"When you have insomnia, you're never really awake, but you're never really asleep" - Tyler Durden Something like that I've never been able to sleep in exam rooms while waiting for the time to finish. I've never been able to sleep in cars or airplanes, and I've never had a nap. I'm lying in bed. … Continue reading A sleepless thought on insomnia
Two conventional types of sci-fi 1) In sci-fi, humanity often travels the stars. Either through massive speed, or by bending space-time to shorten the distance we have to travel, we colonise the universe. These stories usually centre around the things we find in space or the things we change into when millennia and lightyears separate … Continue reading The case for technological dictatorship. Orwell’s nightmare is humanity’s salvation.