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2054: MURDER ON THE MOON

Could you live on the moon in 2054? There are often memories of Mom that remind me of just how near home is to us. In many ways, living here resembles any home — frequently feeling like when you take a call from a friend. On the other hand, and perhaps more often than not, I consciously avoid a persistent fear of being alone. That lonely feeling overwhelms any perception of embrace. I'm missing a sense of belonging. Like everyone else here, I'm damaged goods. Here on the moon, there's no actual sense of home except what lives in our minds. This place, unlike a place of comfort or rest, is an obstacle course, a brutal test of stamina. Perhaps an accurate measure of human endurance in the face of isolation is the distance between memory and a person's mindset. In reality, there's no space between the two, just an imaginary partition dividing light that shines on one and shrouded darkness engulfing the other. Very much like the two halves of the moon. From the Author: "They talk to their shared computer like a friend. And the computer is seemingly omniscient, it's everywhere." "AIRI" (Artificial Intelligence Response Interface), the moon-global communications system sometimes needs to get private input from people, like a password for secure data. Rather than speaking his password into the open room, Lt. Anderson Cronauer (Crony) just holds up his hands, wriggles his fingers, and says, "AIRI, give me control over here." Then Crony air-types his response. Like air guitar, he uses an imaginary typewriter in the air or on a table. Tiny tattoos with magnetic ink on his fingertips give him the advantage. "I want to watch televised Moonball games." Ray has invented basketball in a gravitationally challenged world. With only 16% of earth's gravity, on the moon, the ball trajectory, like other things, is mostly a straight line. Surrealistically, the players seem to fly around the court. It's not all fun and games, though. Limited gravity or something similar seems to work deviously on the human psyche. One's usually stable mindset is often vertically challenged by both unexpected situations and other moon- bound people.
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Ray Palla Books TM RPalla.com
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Could you live on the moon in 2054? There are often memories of Mom that remind me of just how near home is to us. In many ways, living here resembles any home — frequently feeling like when you take a call from a friend. On the other hand, and perhaps more often than not, I consciously avoid a persistent fear of being alone. That lonely feeling overwhelms any perception of embrace. I'm missing a sense of belonging. Like everyone else here, I'm damaged goods. Here on the moon, there's no actual sense of home except what lives in our minds. This place, unlike a place of comfort or rest, is an obstacle course, a brutal test of stamina. Perhaps an accurate measure of human endurance in the face of isolation is the distance between memory and a person's mindset. In reality, there's no space between the two, just an imaginary partition dividing light that shines on one and shrouded darkness engulfing the other. Very much like the two halves of the moon. From the Author: "They talk to their shared computer like a friend. And the computer is seemingly omniscient, it's everywhere." "AIRI" (Artificial Intelligence Response Interface), the moon-global communications system sometimes needs to get private input from people, like a password for secure data. Rather than speaking his password into the open room, Lt. Anderson Cronauer (Crony) just holds up his hands, wriggles his fingers, and says, "AIRI, give me control over here." Then Crony air-types his response. Like air guitar, he uses an imaginary typewriter in the air or on a table. Tiny tattoos with magnetic ink on his fingertips give him the advantage. "I want to watch televised Moonball games." Ray has invented basketball in a gravitationally challenged world. With only 16% of earth's gravity, on the moon, the ball trajectory, like other things, is mostly a straight line. Surrealistically, the players seem to fly around the court. It's not all fun and games, though. Limited gravity or something similar seems to work deviously on the human psyche. One's usually stable mindset is often vertically challenged by both unexpected situations and other moon-bound people.
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Ray Palla is an Amazon Best Selling Author imprinted and trademarked by rp Books
Ray Palla is an Amazon Best Selling Author imprinted and trademarked by rp Books
Ray Palla is an Amazon Best Selling Author imprinted and trademarked by rp Books
Ray Palla is an Amazon Best Selling Author imprinted and trademarked by rp Books
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