Tag: plague
wpedon id=8560

All Posts Tagged With: "plague"

post thumbnail

Curiosity is Not Alone in Killing the Cat

A curiosity moment led me to wonder, “Just what are the most probable causes of the Apocalypse and if any, the percentages of certainty?” I found many articles and many opinions on the subject and very little speculation or mathematics on how to rate each catastrophe with a percentage of ‘Most Likely’ to happen. What […]

12Oct2017 | | 1 comment | Continued
post thumbnail

World Without End – Ken Follett

Ken Follett has pulled off another fine story. The depiction of life in 14th Century England is so well done that I consider this work a historical novel. Like his previous masterpiece, Pillars of the Earth, Follett spun a story of intrigue, suspense, drama, and of humanity. Follett is a master craftsman. Solid use of […]

19Oct2008 | | Comments Off on World Without End – Ken Follett | Continued