Monthly Archives: December 2011
To understand the nature of science – or rather its non-existence – in 1805, we need to take a quick look at the history of the whole idea. The term science doesn’t even exist until 1834, and isn’t thought of … Continue reading
Tis a strange thing indeed, as you may imagine, to play jailer to one’s superior officer, but at Governor Mowbray’s orders we made do so, apportioning first Lt. Hargrave’s weapons and delivering them to the Governor forthwith. The Governor did … Continue reading
Tumblr has a quotes button, which inspired me to provide in-setting flotsam. I like to do that – I prefer to build up a setting in snapshots and moments, rather than long explainy prose. So I’ll keep doing it here. … Continue reading
The busy beaver who made this for us is currently cutting together a second draft – woot!