Ever dusted cobwebs in a neglected part of your home with a broomstick? How about an entire house overrun with cobwebs to make your skin crawl with goosebumps? Armed with your broomstick and blowtorch, you set out to clear them out, but also hope that the dog-sized spider roommate moved out after drinking gallons of … Continue reading Catching Up from the Silence
It has been months since I talked here besides the recent posts about the Mana Pool universe. Hope you all are enjoying them as much as I writing them. The readers insight I get that just makes me giddy with science, especially the comments for this. So yes, hello, let’s catch up. Before I go … Continue reading May Update – WDWK, Loss, and Progress
Any sentient species in the galaxy can sum up the major transportation systems by one word: resourceful. When you can’t use one method for space travel, others are available, for a price. Simpler species, like the humans of Terra Firma, could assume there is one method just by calculating the vast distances between worlds, their … Continue reading What Do We Know – Slipspace Transportation
Throughout the Galactic Republic, Slipspace is rudimentary to the government’s power, the lifeblood to the Milky Way galaxy. But the technology is not a permanent stream; this universe is bound to its limitations. Being simple in design, an artificially grown crystal with a specific ion matrix is used as a fuel source and the true representation of hybrid tech. It is hard to manufacture but incredibly self-reliant for all communications. But what is Slipspace?
The Milky Way galaxy; quiet from afar but busy from within. Humans on Terra Firma still conflict with each other whether life exists outside the Sol system, or their planet is the universe’s center to be that naive, while fighting over who’s religion is right or wrong. But it’s no secret. The galaxy is full … Continue reading What Do We Know – The Galactic Republic
On New Year’s Day morning, the White House was still under lockdown since the nation-wide massacre. Bodies were still being picked up across the capitol by the truckload, cars and infrastructure damaged to untold sums of repair costs, and people had their faces to the live news of the Oval Office. Sarah Winchester, Secretary of … Continue reading What Do We Know – Containment Protocol and After
A short history of Asteroid Helen's discover and crash.