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Prehistoric Particle Physicist

Klug the caveman grunted happily. Yes, he thought. I’ve got it!

The sand in front of him was littered with physics equations, signifying a lifetime of theoretical contemplation. He’d discovered the mathematical basis of both teleportation and time travel!

Now he just needed a few millenia to invent the equipment.


This story was based on a title suggested by @abapicalTaenia, through his preorder of Feel-Good.

The Soothing Autumn Sounds of the Miller’s Millstones

There were no keys to the city, boisterous parades, Nobel prizes, or television interviews for the man who conquered friction. (His call-in to local radio was unrelated.)

Hal Miller’s millstones, which once kept the whole neighbourhood awake, were now silent, and also completely ineffectual.

Too bad NASA never followed up.


This story was based on a title suggested by @ecocd.