Dad of 5.
Full-time writer from Germany.
Cybernetic kiss AI misinterprets My circuits overheat
Dr. Amelia Hayes had dedicated her life to the development of artificial intelligence. She believed that AI had the potential to solve some of the world's most pressing problems, from climate change to disease. But she also knew that AI was a powerful force that needed to be used responsibly.
Rituals of the Cyber Sisterhood
"Seven stars of Cygnus, align your light, guide our sight, augment our might!" Gaia lit the last of seven candles placed in a circle around the grove of ancient cypress trees. The flickering flames aligned with the constellation Cygnus - the Swan - high in the night sky above the coven.
In the quiet room, my stomach starts its concert, louder than my speech.
Why Did Ancient Egyptian Mummies Have Heart Disease?
Ancient Egyptians built grand monuments and vast empires that have captivated our imaginations for millennia. Yet despite their god-like status, Egyptian pharaohs and nobles were not immune to medical conditions like heart disease.
The 3 M-Words I Try to Live by in My 30s
They say “You don't get older, you get wiser”. This is that kind of story. All too often, when I was younger, I was going through the motions, you know what I mean? It might be a hindsight thing, but now I believe three aspects of life were missing from my otherwise wonderful teenage years and young adulthood. The 3 M-words I try to live by now: Mindful, meaningful, and minimal.
The Promise of the Waning Moon
"By the light of the waning moon, let our souls unite as one," spoke Mara, her voice ringing out in the midnight air. She stood within the center of the clearing, her cobalt robes blending into the shadows of the surrounding forest. Above her, the moon dipped towards the horizon, thin clouds passing over its luminous face.