Re: from bradley oconnor re Space Journal Submissions
On 6/06/2010 16:01, steve wrote:
Hi Jack - I visited Space Journal and searched for Submissions but could not
get a response. The submission standard for all writings is 30mm all around
and setting the title about one third down on the front page. You may need
referees as well. If this Journal accepts e-mailed submissions it is best
done in RTF.
I am supremely interested in colonizing Mars, for example, and since Obama
pissed off the space program I'll undertake it myself. I turn 63 this month
and my mission is to save humans from extinction. One of my theories (based
on Issac Azimov's Psychohistory - my version is Biological Units [Biounits])
predicted nuclear war in less than twenty years; this is now down to less
than five years. I am a writer and working on an article based on the latest
findings on climate change. Climate change has been discovered to be abrupt,
catastrophic and immediate. The record of climate change evidenced in the
ice drillings of Greenland are swift; five down to two years. I am a member
of the Mars Society however they do not react swiftly enough for my
predictions of climate change and - in this article which I'm writing, from
twenty-year prediction based on my theory of biounits, rapid climate change
is almost certain to trigger nuclear war in less than five years.
I need one thousand billion dollars to create colonies on Earth to protect
humans from ongoing climate change, as well as to colonize Mars, and will
start a religion to gain this money. I well know that this sum of money is
unachievable because of the lack of time to raise it, however sufficient
will be raised to initiate colonizing earth.
I have attached my resume (designed solely for a literary agent) and a story
Puppets of God which discusses 'closed systems and sustainable practices'.
You cannot allow anyone else to read this story. I thought your e-mail was
spam but I took another look and visited your web page - how did you find my
This is a hastily typed e-mail because though I received you message sent
June 4, I did not access your web page until now. I am a strange man however
what writer and inventor is not! Please check out Bradley Connors at
What is you age and what are your future intentions? What sort of career do
you see for yourself? Regards: Brad
I found your email detailing 'how swift' climate can be very
interesting. I had previously thought that such changes took many years
to come about.
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