*eyes climate change warily*
They might even manage that indefinitely if the developed world manages to saw off the branch it's standing on. Survival of the sneakiest has prevailed before. Actually, that was a First Mammal trick.
Yep. That's how science often begins. You spend insane amounts of money to discover how to do something tiny and useless.
... and then someone figures out how to make an improvement, and then another.
This popped up in the SFPA list today, from Stephen Wilson. Yummy.
I have a new poem up at a new on line mag:
Also, three recordings of some of my previously published work. Some of
the other recordings are pretty cool too (I was mesmerized by "Ticking
Clock" by Stephen J. Smith).
This is a nonpaying market, something that I don't normally do, but I've
know the editor from having been published in Romantics Quarterly
several years ago when I was first starting out. Also, you'll notice
that my bio is way outdated (this project started a few years ago).
Anyhow, hope you enjoy.