Well thank you again. I always think when writing something you can't say it the way you want to say it because it wouldn't make much sense to
anyone but you. I have been working on a few stories and cannot get any feedback from people so to hear you say I have creative writing style means
I wrote the original post without much thought I just kind of jotted down a simple story that people here might find amusing. Kind of an inside joke
for the ATS'ers. Imagine someone reading my post that is not interested in the paranormal and never heard of Bob Lazar or Dan Burisch. To them, the
story would lose its meaning and the reader would say it's stupid or boring.
That is the problem I keep running into with my stories. I''ve only recently taken up writing. I bought an easel with paints and found I am a
horrible (I mean horrible) painter so I started writing recently I feel like I have to explain every detail. For example, I found the Majestic 12
story really interesting so I thought it would make a great movie. Keep in mind that movie script writers usually say you should have one page for
every one minute of cinema. So you're looking at 100-150 pages. Well in my story, I'm 7 pages in and still have not introduced the main characters
or, for that matter, even introduced the conflict.
Anyway, I'm rambling. Writing this just helps me get these thoughts down so I can remember next time I want to throw a story away.
If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend going to www.serpo.org...
and sifting through the hundreds of pages. It is very hard to
read but once you read the pages you see an amazing epic story spanning many decades. If anyone has any web sites for writing fiction/sci fi stories
that might help me, please let me know.
I just thought of something. Once again I'm just documenting a few ideas. Whenever you see sci-fi show like Star Trek, or Star Wars, the lighting
on all the planets is the same. There is always breathable air. How cool would it be if we could simulate a planet orbiting a red giant star or a
neutron star or quasar or binary star etc etc. What if we could land on one of these foreign bodies? I'm guessing that conditions on other planets
is quite different than what we might think. This is my imagination running wild here. For example, imagine a planet half the mass of earth orbiting
a star 1 light year away. Imagine that this planet has 4 moons. Imagine that this planet generates heat internally. Imagine that the atmosphere is
made up of nitrous oxide and other trace elements making the sky appear purple. Imagine the water as a dark red color from all the iron oxides.
Imagine humans colonizing it and building structures. The possibilities are endless.
If what I mentioned above were real, the planet would always be almost dark. You would be able to jump ten times higher. You could throw a football
a mile. Now Imagine spending 3 years in this environment. Now imagine returning to earth. The sun would probably blind you. You could see in the
dark. You couldn't walk because of the gravity. You would have a hard time breathing the different atmosphere. Your skin would be truly white. You
find it impossible to lift 25 pounds. You would have gotten taller and skinnier. Who knows what else might happen. Maybe your hair turned green
from something in the atmosphere. Maybe your sense of hearing was amplified because of less sound in a less dense atmosphere. Imagine having
offspring on the planet and what they would look like after a few generations.
I could go on and on but I'm running out of characters I can type.
I know this post probably won't get read but I just wanted to jot down my brainstorm but if you did read it and want to collaborate, I certainly
wouldn't be opposed.
OK, I'm done now.
See you on the flip flop