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Discussion in 'Fiction & Non-Fiction Stories' started by Jerry D Young, Aug 5, 2010.
"Helen's Place - A Vignette" by Jerry D Young Copyright 2010
Hurray..... another new one! thanks, Jerry. :congrat::congrat:
Yay! Thanks, Jerry! LOVE your stories!
Another good one Jerry.
I have actually been reading some of your fiction every night this week, staying up past the time I should be in bed. Gonna look up plans for strawberry towers and build a few, been impressed with my small, first time bed this year. And I have picked up MANY other ideas from your short stories.
Have to admit Percy's Mission is my all time favorite of all that I have read so far. Have read it as many times as Lights Out
Thank you Jerry. Haven't made much time for stories lately. I have some catching up to do.
I concur. :2thumb:
Makes me wanna go build an earth sheltered home. Man, DH would think I had completely gone off the deep end if I started pushing that idea.
I had suggested that to my DH, he was ready to have me committed! Of course he now refers to my pantry as "the vault" and keeps asking me if I want razor wire for the "perimeter". I may tell him yes to see what he says!
I'm really ignorant, I guess, but...could that really happen? The methane bubbles coming up out of the ocean, and suffocating people and exploding and burning? :confused:
Just when we thought we had enough OTHER scenarios to worry about, regarding the SHTF!
Very low likelyhood, but yes, I believe it could happen. Probably not on the scale I used in the story, but methane hydrate deposits do exist and can thaw and come to the surface.
It is one explanation as to some of the ship disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle.
Wow, that's interesting. It's a completely new theory to me. I'm not very "scientific", but I like to learn new things. At least if something like that DOES happen, the people on this forum that have read your story might figure out pretty quick what's happening, and it could save their lives.
I like the variety of scenarios you use in your stories. I've learned a lot reading them. Really appreciate you writing them.
Some of the science behind the idea:
Methane clathrate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia