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Friday, March 29, 2013

Our Beautiful Mars, a Dead Planet?

It's upsetting to many of my patriotic subjects, but the truth must be faced: Life on Mars is a delicate thing, and if we do not take care of our planet, it could end up a dead world, as dead as Earth's Luna! I advise my fellow-Martians to read Martin Berman-Gorvine's latest alternate history fantasy, "New Gullies Found in a Young(ish) Crater on Mars," in this light.

Friday, March 22, 2013

GUEST POST: A 1980s Time Capsule

A time capsule was recently discovered on the planet Pennsylvania, in the continent of Middle School (formerly known as Junior High School). Carbon dating places the composition of the following intriguing bit of participant sociology about thirty years ago, in the Epoch of the Big Hair.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

What if Earth Were Mired in Conflict?

The "news" today from Martin Berman-Gorvine's alternate-history early 21st century Earth is all about the American President's visit to Israel--they are two separate countries in this fictional world, along with about 189 other nations on Earth. In reality, of course, there are 240 members of the United States of Earth, which is the most prosperous and creative member of the Solar Federation.
As any Earth schoolchild can tell you, the Terran flag has 240 stars, one for each state, and 7 stripes, one for each continent.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Mars Needs Water Engineers!

When my good friends Rachel and Katie invited me to contribute to a bog, I must admit I was puzzled. Everyone knows Mars is desert and has hardly any wetlands!

That Ain't the Texas I Know!

Hi y'all, Katie here. Rachel asked me to comment on Martin Berman-Gorvine's latest contribution, but I'm so mad about it I could just spit! I always tell people, "Don't you dare mess with Texas!"

Making the Martian Desert Bloom

Hi everyone. Katie asked me to write this first post. "It'll be right up your alley, Rachel!" she said with a mischievous gleam in her eye. Yeah, and now I see what she was talking about--it reminds me of work! Thanks a lot, Katie!