Paul Guinnessy

Paul Guinnessy

  • Commented on Bread and Circuses (circumlunar version)
    You'll probably find out shortly as Pence is going to announce NASA's new policy at the Space Research Council meeting which happens in a few days. One other note, the new NASA administrator is gungho for human spaceflight and plans...
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    As a Brit living in the US, everytime I think to myself that the US has done something really crazy, the UK turns around and says "hold my beer", proceeding to top them. It really looks like amateur hour among...
  • Commented on Free ebooks! Get 'em while they're hot!
    Sweet! I already have the other 6 books (plus I bought Empire Games. Its going to be a long 12 months for the sequel to come out), and this gives me an excuse to see if the Bloodline Feud is...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    I'm enjoying the book (half way through it) but I think your surveillance in 2020 is nearly already here. Police cars in many states already have 8 or 9 cameras on them recording the number plates as you pass them....
  • Commented on Wooden Train Parenting
    What you're assuming here is that kids get recess. In the US, my daughter gets 40 mins of play during school (9:20 to 3:50) and 20 mins for lunch. Its not enough so the kids are bouncing off walls by...
  • Commented on FAQ: The Laundry Files--series timeline
    I hope Mo and Bob get back together again. It would be a shame that they lose everything they are fighting for....
  • Commented on Burnout, creativity, and the tyranny of production schedules
    To put 2K in perspective, a professional writer for a newspaper or magazine would quite easily be able to churn out 2000 words, but as Bear has already stated, to make it compelling and interesting takes a lot more...
  • Commented on The sky's gone dark
    You replace a lot of satellite coverage by using high attitude robotic aircraft and balloons. What you would miss is the big picture, environmental or cultural infrastructure on the large scale as you wouldn't be able to take images high...
  • Commented on Unwelcome reality excursion
    Sticking with the topic at hand, more people would be in jail for political dissent, and their would have been more informers. The most notable part of the East German regime was how many friends, family and neighbors passed material...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: Glasshouse
    Its actually one of my favorite novels that you've written, so its disappointing that it won't have a sequel....
  • Commented on The map is not the territory.
    You can read more about this at the nuclear secrecy blog that Alex Wellerstein runs. He has another product called NukeMap that allows you to see what an atomic bomb would do to your neighborhood. http://nuclearsecrecy.com/blog/...
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