Monthly Archives: May 2015

What If? Rejects #6.1: A Well-Balanced Meal, Part 2

In Randall Munroe’s What If?, one of the most complex questions that he declines to answer is the following: What is the total nutritional value (calories, fat, vitamins, minerals, etc.) of the average human body? Since he didn’t answer, I … Continue reading

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What I Learned From Writing The Wayfarers

Last week, I published one of my short stories, The Wayfarers, and previously, I also described my writing process that went into one of my other stories, The Lacertan Indicent, and what I learned from it, so I wanted to … Continue reading

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The Wayfarers

A Short Story Author’s Note: This story takes place in the same fictional universe as “The Lacertan Incident,” but it is separated by millions of years and millions of light-years from that story. A permanent link to this story will … Continue reading

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What If? Rejects #6.1: A Well-Balanced Meal, Part 1

Previous post in this series: Cutting the Cheese Q: What is the total nutritional value (calories, fat, vitamins, minerals, etc.) of the average human body? Randall’s response: Black Hat Guy [a character who plays evil pranks] says, “…I need to … Continue reading

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What If? Follow-up: Can a Wire Cut a Person in Half?

In my last post, I determined that it is not possible for a human being to be cut in half by running into a cheese-cutting wire that is stretched across a road. The wire will break long before the human … Continue reading

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What If? Rejects #5.2: Cutting the Cheese

Previous post in this series: Balancing Act. Q: How fast would a human have to run in order to be cut in half at the bellybutton by a cheese-cutting wire? Randall’s response: AAAAAAAAAAAAA!!! My response: None. The wire would snap … Continue reading

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