Worms Frozen for 42,000 Years in Siberian Permafrost Wriggle to Life

This is something for all of you sci-fi writers. Imagine what you could do with worms that suddenly come to life from 42,000 years ago! Go at it!



Source: Worms Frozen for 42,000 Years in Siberian Permafrost Wriggle to Life


That Toothy Thing

I am still falling behind in responding to your comments. I hope that most of you who have commented on my stories actually follow me so you know that I’m not just being well…, er, oh, well.

I have been flagging. I don’t have tooth pain, but the soft tissue damage from the work done has actually been really annoying (= painful). And I haven’t wanted to be visiting my computer at all. I want to respond to everyone. But in the meantime, please know that I appreciate your comments.

I will prevail (lol…how’s that for melodramatic?).


It’s Easy to Forget

I wanted to share with you all this thoughtful and beautifully written post from a new-to-me blogger.


“Love will draw an elephant through a key-hole.”
Samuel Richardson

There, in the cage was a beautiful, small, albino hedgehog hanging upside down. I tilted my head, it reminded me of a ghostly, wingless bat, with prickles, it opened and curled without making a sound. It was a haunting situation that made little sense. I wouldn’t have discovered it, if not for the fact that someone had sat in my favorite seat. The cage was hidden in an obscure corner of the ultra-cool café I’d been visiting for a few days to work. On closer inspection the hedgehog’s leg was trapped between the overhead bars. It must have been like that all night. I opened the cage doors and rescued it, but the thought upset me for the rest of the day.

I grew up listening to The Cure, to songs like, ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, even if I…

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Books That Kill: 3 Poisonous Renaissance Manuscripts Discovered in School Library

For all of you mystery writers, an interesting way to kill off some characters.

A researcher (carefully) holds one of the arsenic-poisoned books. The tome dates to the Renaissance, but was likely coated in arsenic paint by misguided Victorians.

Credit: University of Southern Denmark/ The Conversation


Source: Books That Kill: 3 Poisonous Renaissance Manuscripts Discovered in School Library

Leave Me A Link and I’ll Share Your Page!!

This is a great way for all of you newbies (and even oldies, like me) to meet new bloggers.

Dream Big, Dream Often

As most of my followers know I am big into helping other bloggers gain more exposure. My goal has been to grow a community of like-minded people and I am part way to my goal.  I am bringing back the open call to leave a link and I’ll share it for you!!

To get a reblog you must do the following:

  1. leave me a link to your page, and
  2. Share this post with your followers.

Each day I’ll randomly select 3 links to reblog.  I’m not sure it gets much simpler.  You can leave as many links as you want and I’ll cycle this post from day-to-day so more people can jump on board.

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