Monthly Archives: September 2006

Once again spammers hit our server and took down both the Quartz Hill School of Theology website and our email server. Certain imprecatory psalms come to mind as I contemplate spammers. Thanks to the efforts of Rick Curtis, who donates … Continue reading

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The mini-world formerly known as 2003 UB313, nicknamed “Xena,” has received an official name from the International Astronomical Union: Eris. Its moon has been named Dysnomia. Eris is slightly larger than Pluto, and like Pluto, is classified as a Kuiper … Continue reading

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I sold a science fiction short story yesterday to the Amazon.com Amazon Shorts program. It’s entitled Moon Over Aiyalon. Ray Bradbury read it many years ago and wrote me a nice letter telling me he liked it; however, in the … Continue reading

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As a reminder on this day. Remember, the people who blew up buildings and killed 2996 of us are the bad guys. Send to Kindle

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The first episode of Star Trek was broadcast 40 years ago today, on September 8, 1966. Live long, and prosper. Send to Kindle

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In case you are still on the fence about fighting the Islamic extremists, since their treatment of women, their beheadings, their blowing up of buses and restaurants hasn’t convinced you that they might, really and truly, be bad guys: they … Continue reading

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