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A scientist writes science fiction – thoughts on self-publishing my first novel

Fleet, Popular Culture, Science FictionDecember 16, 2013

Early this month, I completed and self-published my first science fiction novel through Amazon’s Kindle Direct publishing service (and, a few days later, as a paperback through Createspace). The ideas for the book were conceived over a long week in August, while vacationing with my parents at a rental house in St. Michaels, Maryland. Wandering […]

The last climate change refugees fight for survival in this grim view of our future ocean – Fleet: The Complete Collection

Fleet, Popular Culture, Science FictionNovember 29, 2013

Fleet: The Complete Collection  “The sea is big. The sea is cruel. She takes more than she gives. That’s how it’s always been.” The world has changed. Coastal cities lie abandoned as the encroaching sea rises, drowning and reshaping the land. Violent plagues, impervious to antibiotics, sweep across the planet, erasing entire communities in a […]

Science in the Fleet: What would your hometown look like with 80 meters Sea Level Rise

#DrownYourTown, Fleet, Popular Culture, Science FictionOctober 16, 2013

UPDATE: These posts, and the hashtag are getting a lot of attention, so I’d like to reiterate, Caveat Tweetor (twitter beware) — these models are being generated on the fly as request come in. They are not validated and there are many variables that influence sea level rise which are not taken into account. This […]

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