Analog, October 2009

Michael F. Flynn. Where the Winds Are All Asleep. An Oirish Bar is the opening setting, with Flynn trying to hide amongst the blarney and the craic a fair amount of scientific discussion around abiogenesis – the origin of life from non-living matter. It being an Irish bar, a story is then told, a tale… Continue reading Analog, October 2009

Analog, July/August 2008

David R. Palmer. Tracking. Part I. Novel serialisation. Carl Frederick. The Exoanthropic Principle. Having provided a science fact article on the anthropic principle, Analog regular Frederick segues into scientist fiction covering similar themes, as a group of scientists in their little lab gain an insight into the bigger picture of which our universe is part,… Continue reading Analog, July/August 2008