23.5 Degrees: Mission Starchild Part Deux Comments - Mania.com


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StellaMaris 9/14/2009 8:30:45 AM

Well, Lloyd, you certainly got a reaction, that's for sure! I calculate that your first article racked up over 30,000 views and it's percolating all over the internet. 

Whether it's ultimately confirmed as a deformed human in the end, or indeed an alien hybrid, I still think it makes a fascinating saga...

I have a feeling that we're about to get bulldozed by Dan Brown, but hopefully you'll stay in touch and let us know the next exciting installment?



ProfessorW 9/14/2009 2:43:28 PM

 Wyldstaar wrote: "The notion that an alien life form would be interested in cross-breeding with a human is laughable.  Leaving aside the total genetic incompatibility, they'd be crazy to even want to.  Humans are a highly aggressive species that thrives on conflict to the point of potential self-destruction.  Any species capable of travelling here has already developed into a society capable of dealing with whatever obstacles lay before them.  They would have no need for anything we primitive humans have to offer."

I agree with you.  It beats me why humans breed within the species!

Wyldstaar 9/14/2009 4:30:39 PM

Look at an attractive member of the opposite sex ProfessorW, and I'm sure you'll remember why we breed within the species. 

ProfessorW 9/14/2009 6:30:33 PM

 Wyldstaar, Now you mention it, that does ring a bell.

Maybe there was a twinkle in the Starfather's eye too!


Wyldstaar 9/14/2009 8:01:11 PM

Eewww...  disturbing mental image.  Didn't need that, W!  Grays creep me out.  They're almost as bad as old fashioned ventriliquist dummies or clowns.  Of course, the internet being what it is, I'm sure I could find any number of wierd fetishist sites dedicated to all of them. 

StellaMaris 9/14/2009 11:49:33 PM

You guys really crack me up!

ProfessorW 9/15/2009 6:47:14 AM

 Now Wyldstaar has got me wondering whether Starfather would have been "anatomically correct".  I think I need to find a distraction.

Can anyone recommend any new books that I should read?

Wyldstaar 9/15/2009 8:07:59 AM

By Heresies Distressed, by David Weber.  It's the third installment of the Safehold series of novels.  The first book is Off Armageddon Reef, and the second is By Schism Rent Asunder.  Good stuff.

ProfessorW 9/16/2009 5:49:17 AM

 Wyldstaar, thanks for the recommendation.  Will investigate the books.

At present I'm mystery-hunting with Mr Brown, whose book I find eminently put-downable.


sorin 9/16/2009 10:02:24 AM

Dear Lloyd,

I've bought your book and I am happy that someone has the courage to do what you do. Even if there's loads of critics (and that is good,people are reading and are interested about the Starchild!) you carry on and persevere in your work, I am sure you will win. More and more people are going through a process of awakening now, the religion is not what it was 100 years ago and this beautiful thing called internet makes the difference. Now we are more informed, and the more we know, the more we want to know. Excellent e-book, excellent work, I am your fan. Maybe sounds ridiculous, but if I will ever win the lottery, you won't have to struggle for funds anymore, and that's a promise.



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