Monthly Archives: April 2012

A note on the Rodent River Saga

I wrote this when I was in high-school, and haven’t done much to it since.  I’m just posting it up here as-is for now, though I don’t have all of it typed out yet.  I’ve got 11 parts total, and … Continue reading

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Episode 3: Shadows of the Dam

The beavers were finally beginning to see the dam taking shape.  After they sent the gophers on their trip down the river, they began working harder.  Their only enemies were on a journey to the ocean, so there was no … Continue reading

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Episode 2: The Gopher Menace

In a nearby forest, the gophers waited patiently for the beavers to finish the dam.  The gophers hated the beavers, and they were planning to destroy the dam when the beavers were finished. Finally the gophers could wait no longer.  … Continue reading

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Episode 1: Beavers – A new beginning

In the beginning there was the dam.  A wonderfully designed structure, made on shore, and pulled into the water, it was built strong enough to hold the river back once it sunk to the bottom of the water.  Many stories … Continue reading

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Frederick and the Horse Drawn Computer

Frederick was special, though he didn’t know it.  He just knew that a lot of the time he got to use his computer, and he really enjoyed it.  While most of his family and friends spent their idle time with … Continue reading

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Teleportation

Teleportation was a rather easy nut to crack.  Once it was recognized that matter simply needed to instantly leave one location and switch to another, and that a power source capable of the same feat was also necessary, the question … Continue reading

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Gravity Fields

Gravity fields, positive-, null-, and anti-gravity, are now fully reliable.  These technologies are driven primarily by cable and satellite news networks.  It was quickly discovered that the spin put on the “news” by cable networks was more than sufficient to … Continue reading

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