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The Gospel According To James Holden

in Fact & Opinion/Opinion

by G. Scott Huggins Warning: this column includes extensive spoilers for The Expanse, Season 3. Sometimes I’m astonished by the spiritual lessons to be found in places where they are not intended. It’s almost as if there are unavoidable truths that Someone is forcing us to face. I came across the latest of these while…

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Falling Angels

in Fiction

by Adam Breckenridge.

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The Day The Earth Still Stood

in Fact & Opinion/Opinion

by G. Scott Huggins Every now and then, I see things so differently from other people, I wonder if I’ve gone insane. Can I really, I wonder, be that wrong? The Day The Earth Stood Still has got to be one of the most famous science-fiction films of all time. Klaatu and his robot, Gort,…

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The End of History, the Beginning of Hers

in Fiction

A lost tale reconstructed from the Byzantine chronicle of 1453 by Ádám Gerencsér A portent of imminent defeat hung heavily in the air. This day of reckoning had been put off for generations by the forefathers of the city’s current inhabitants, in turn by diplomacy, by cunning or deceit, at times by feigned fealty and…

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