To all of my regular visitors, hi, and thank you for your continuous patronage and support, without which I couldn’t have done this. Again, thank you my friends!
To any new visitors, greetings and welcome to Dad2059’s Webzine of Science Fiction, Science Fact and Esoterica.
This project started out as a personal blog, but soon started to take on a lifeforce and personality of its own.
Partisan politics was the primary purpose of the blog and many of my friends still participate in that endeavor, but I soon discovered a “world” behind the world, and all isn’t quite what it seems.
So partisan politics started to take a backseat to studies of the New World Order and its various incarnations throughout the past – ancient and present.
Science, and science fiction were always my first “loves” however, and has had a continuous presence on the old blog since its inception. Despite all of my research into parapolitics, I always came back to what I always wanted to do, write my own science fiction.
I don’t claim to be the next Stross or Egan, those authors are already considered Hugo and Nebula Award Hall of Famers for their generation and I could never hope to compete on their level.
In fact, I consider them major influences on my own writings, amongst others like Niven, Bear, Pournelle, Clarke, Stapledon and of course, Asimov.
Famous science fiction author/ufo researcher Daniel Brenton, “discovered” my short story “fiblets” I posted on the old blog and suggested I shop them around to various webzines and regular magazines like Locus, Asimov’s, Analog, Interzone and others. While I don’t quite have the faith in my writing yet to shop them around to legitimate concerns, I told Daniel I will give it a try after the beginning of the New Year and I intend to pursue it, despite my reservations about it.
To Daniel I say, “Thank you for your faith and encouragement.”
You don’t know how much that means to me.
In the meantime however, I’m going full speed ahead with a goal I had set for myself at the beginning of this past year, establishment of a sci-fi/sci-fact webzine to post classic stuff, up to date science, transhuman research, Singularity updates and of course, my own fiction.
Hey, self promotion can’t hurt, right?
In closing, I would like to thank all who have patronized the old blog the past two years, hopefully the updates I instituted will pass muster.
To all old partisan political folk who are no longer patrons, or haven’t been this past year I say, “You will always be welcome and I wish continuous success in your own endeavors.”
Sans personal attacks of course.
To everyone else I say, “Welcome and enjoy the show!”
P.S. If anyone has any suggestions or concerns, please contact me at email@example.com
New Scientist (Disclaimer: Most New Scientist articles require subscribing to the ‘zine.)
- Scanners avoid destructive tests on ancient manuscripts
- NASA may struggle to afford new space missions (Get ready for Obama cut-backs)
- Whatever happened to the hydrogen economy? (Was it real to begin with?)
- Source of geysers on Saturn’s moon may be underground water (Makes sense to me!)
- Russia launches new space freighter to ISS (International Space Station)
- Phoenix lander winds up its astonishing summer on Mars
- European ministers affirm space as a key asset in facing global challenges
The Thunder Child (Classic Sci-Fi)
- Russell Potter Book Reviews: 2050: Gods of Little Earth
- “The Avengers” (John Steed aka Patrick Macnee and Emma Peel aka Diana Rigg, can there be any others?)
- 100th audiocast with George Knapp, UFO and Skinwalker Ranch researcher (Requires Quick Time player)
This is Tim Binnall’s fourth season as a podcast interviewer. His voice takes a little getting used to, but check out his archive if you’re into esoterica, you won’t be disappointed!
I love this site! It is one of the best in esoteric research. Check out their audio archive too, good stuff!
- Signs of an attempted coup in New Delhi
- Gates: Active force, reserves must integrate
- Poverty spreading in suburbs now
- Helen Thomas: “It’s a Depression.”
- Ron Paul Warns of Secret Plans To Create International Central Bank
- Citigroup says gold could rise above $2,000/ounce as world unravels
- “Encouraged by wicked wizard Greenspan, Bernanke toils at his printing press.”
- Did Wang Computer get it right or what?
- Paulson’s new program: Giving people money they cannot afford to spend