Saturday, 13 June 2015
The Immediate Future
through prehistory and history to the twentieth century;
through future histories to alternative destinies;
through space and time to the end and beyond;
through multiple timelines to an inter-cosmic inn;
through mental transformations to a higher intelligence.
Because we went from Mars through space to the end of the universe and back to the human mind, I have yet to finish reading SM Stirling's major contribution to the imaginative literature of Mars.
Tomorrow, 11.00-18.00, is Lancaster Comics Day at the Public Library with local talents like John Freeman and Andy Diggle, followed, for me, by a family meal. Thus, little time for either reading or posting.
On the question of mental transformations, I have been advised to check out Adyashanti.