Skip navigation

G’day, my cool and cosmic readers. I’ve had a good week of study so far, and an interesting time during my internet breaks as well. This week marks the first of the guest posts on this site, only the beginning if I have my way, until now having just reblogged from other sites. This week’s guest post from Thursday is Confessions of a (Positive) Skeptical Bookworm, by the awesome Kate Campbell, who’s also hosting a new piece by yours truly on her site, and a link to it will be posted below when I update this entry.

[updated 8/23/2012] And here it is, on the ♥ Books, Crafts & Pretty Things Blog: Guest post: Once Again from the Land of Fractals

Also posted this week, from Monday, there’s Sean Carroll: The Paradoxes of Time Travel & Sam Harris — a quote.

Entries from Wednesday include a short short fiction draft Why?, and the Fractal of the Midweek: Spartanesque + Adrift in the Mist

Also on Thursday, there was the new MelodySheep video release, Bite of the Great White (Shark Week remix) made for the Discovery Channel.

This morning I posted Perfect Knowledge: Who Needs It?

On Left Hemispheres, there’s the commemoration of the site’s Best of Year 2 & Alien Planet: Full Documentary — Congrats to Steve, Adam, Jack and Nick for a great blog!

Over at Kate’s blog for this week’s Cat Thursday she’s posted With Lady Jane and a book review, Young Carrie — Summer in the City

Kriss at the six pack blog posted It’s About Money, Not Religion.

Further lynx include:

The Invention of a Device to Kill Cancer and Find Aliens…

…Maybe. We’ll see.

“Further Proof” of Extraterrestrial Origin of Quasicrystals… I’m not too sure about this one, if only because I’m immediately suspicious of anything with the prefix “quasi” in it’s name…

Apple Command Key Symbol Appears in Crop Circle Formation…

Astronomers Crack Mystery of Monster Stars…

Science vs Pseudoscience: Do You Know What You Think You Know?

World’s Most Powerful X-Ray Laser Refined to Scalpel Precision.

I thought I’d offer some intunation this week:

Shelley Segal Saved

According to this site’s stats page, this blog currently has…

  • 110,161 steely gazes from you, my cool and cosmic readers,
  • 1813 published posts, including this one,
  • 169 WordPress & email subscribers, up 2 from last week — Welcome, both of you!
  • …and 1678 Twitter followers (this varies quite a bit on the actual page)


    • abutcherswife
    • Posted Friday, 22:56, August 17, 2012 at 22:56
    • Permalink
    • Reply

    Thanks so much for having me visit. I’m loving the news roundup. If that device works there’s a few aliens on earth who should be thinking about hiding right now :)


    • “Nuts! She’s on to us! Run away!” ~ assorted undercover ETs that read this blog.


Commenting below. No spam or trolling, or my cats will be angry.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

New News Narrative

A more in Depth Explanation of what's on the News

Teagan's Books

Now available: "Atonement, Tennessee"

piso project

Everything "Piso Project" Related


A voice from outside the herd.

Glenn Hates Books

Brutally Honest Book Reviews

Welcome to my world

It is all about words that remained unspoken, feelings that remained unexpressed and the secrets that remained unrevealed.

A Narcissist Writes Letters, To Himself

A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval

Enrique Zeleny's Blog

Complexity, Science, Physics, Mathematica, Computer Science, Recreational Math, Education.

Ajoobacats Blog

Saving the world one book at a time

Explore ideas worth spreading, every weekday

Anjali Menon

filmmaker | writer | audience


life in the not-so-fast lane

Singapore Maths Tuition

Patient and Dedicated Maths Tutor, NUS Maths (1st Class Honours), Dean's List, Rafflesian

The Science Geek

Astronomy, space and space travel for the non scientist

j.r. thomason


Tara B. Dobbs

Where my writings come to play.


confessions are self-serving

Double U

The Poetic Journey of John White, writer

Romance Novels for the Beach

Find out which sexy books to bring with you, or leave behind, on your next beach vacation.


Take a walk inside my mind.


Mostly poems & things to get me thinking about writing a book.

glimmer of happiness :)

Just anything under the sun that makes me happy. :)


4 out of 5 dentists recommend this site

Elan Mudrow

The Ridges of Intertextuallity

chester maynes

Poetry and Poems

Liberated Way

Action in harmony with nature

GYA today

Give Yourself Away


Just another site

Crystal eyes

books in createspace, kindle

Tell me a story

book in createspace and kindle

Spirits of darkness and light

books in createspace, kindle

Books by Sharmishtha Basu

My (e) Books in Amazon Kindle n Createspace

"Black Mist and other stories"

I dreamt for stars, gathered stardust in my soul, sprinkling some to earth now, waiting for them to grow up in dream wood.

HotDog on ACID

Comics and Doodles

Rare Horror

We provide reviews and recommendations for all things horror. We are particularly fond of 80s, foreign, independent, cult and B horror movies. Please use the menu on the top left of the screen to view our archives or to learn more about us.

Michelle M. Welch

author of speculative fiction


In the world of Literature, Anything Is possible. Poetry/ literature is the express expression of the heart and soul.

Write With Warnimont

Write for fun. Write to inspire. Write to change the world.

Echo LaVeaux

...mystical musings from a magical mind...


Living a flip flop life!

Dark Matter Space

Seeing Future in Space

Check Out Our Books

Joint venture of Indie writers

Writing Popular Fiction

Sharmishtha Basu

paintings, poems and thoughts


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,477 other followers

%d bloggers like this: