bioengineering, science fiction


The writing brain is back online, with a vengeance. Forty minutes, 1300+ words, and I have no freaking idea what this is, only that I had to write it. Also, if you’re curious, it’s in the same universe as Eternity Symbiote. Which I thought was dead, and gone, and had planned to pull that work… Read More GreyDawn

bioengineering, farming, Garden

Mitey Bees

Honeybees, the most-loved insect, and a vital part of the pollination system that ensures we have fruit, nuts, and veggies in the stores to buy and eat, have a nemesis. In recent years you’ve likely seen concerns over Colony Collapse Disorder (also known as CCD) but what you probably haven’t heard about are the Destructors.… Read More Mitey Bees

bioengineering, science

The Bloody Death

Ebola is a frightening disease for many reasons. High fatality rate, high infectious rate, rapid travel through a community, strikes at those who are needed most in a health emergency… but perhaps the worst is the way you die, your organs a bloody soup. I’ve read a lot about Ebola, and it’s cousin the Marburg… Read More The Bloody Death