"Fascinating! I started a novella for a contest that feature a cashiered airship captain from 1869 (USAS Devastator) who is the patsy for a typical Washington whitewash, until he is rescued by a mysterious scientist (with the requisite…"
"Think about this. Airships have one thing in common - fabric covered structure. So, how about putting some longitudinal stringers (front to back) and covering them with stretched fabric - painted silver? I'm not sure what you…"
Nice weapon! But, what are the ballistics like? Is it a "Slug-thrower" or does it produce some sort of ray? Not that it matters much. In this universe, it's more about what you dream up than what…"
"I'm woefully new at this. But, how about making the pin outsize, so it really shows? Plus, and/or will there be one large enough or a cap/beret, etc.? Right now, I just have a U. S. Space Force badge on my Ukrainian Commando beret and it NEEDS…"
Having taught myself to read by age three, I wandered into my father's library of Ace doubles and fell into the clutches of the likes of Wells, Verne, Asimov, Bradbury and Clarke. My brain hopelessly twisted, I grew up wondering why there were no steam-powered dirigibles; and if a Hudson engine pull 18 passenger cars at 125 mph in 1939, why there are no nuclear trains in 2010. And can you lift a Carbon-Graphite ship's hull with steam powered props and several parachutes?
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