Monday, November 19, 2018

L. Ron Hubbard - The Invaders Plan / Black Genesis / ...


10 books or so (a decalogy?) by L. Ron Hubbard (mister Scientology himself). These books are somewhat 'okayish' but only if you like this kind of humor. Yet, to be totally honest I think they are little more than empty filler (an oxymoron, I know). And they did not age well.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Solid Monitor speakers and ceiling mount safety


The Solid Monitor is a speaker manufactured early 90's, which makes them over 20 years old by now. They are (not that) small, solid monitor / bookshelf speakers, with decent high and mid and (for their size) quite acceptable bass.

These speakers are literally quite heavy, so you have to take some care when mounting these against the ceiling.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Bob Shaw - The Ceres Solution (De Ceres Dreiging)


I'm a bit on a Shaw run lately. This one I read in dutch.

Disabled man saves the world from overly powerful extra-terrestrials, who are disturbingly similar to us. During the plot the moon gets destroyed...

I like Shaw. He brings a certain 'weirdness' which appeals to me.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Ant Man / Ant Man and the Wasp


Perhaps these two movies are only a small part of the MCU (no pun intended) yet they are still fun to watch, especially because they do not take themselves too seriously.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Time travel and alternate universes


Let’s assume alternative universes exist, as does time travel. And still, we're all still here and have never suffered the effects of a time traveler messing up. There needs to be a valid explanation...

Monday, October 29, 2018

John DeChancie - Star Rigger / Red Limit Freeway / Paradox Alley


This 'action adventure' trilogy features Jake McGraw, a lonesome trucker from earth that travels the star lanes. Sounds wacky, but there are real highways between the stars, and things on wheels move on them. Do not be fooled: this is real science fiction.

Monday, October 22, 2018



I like weird stuff. I like science fiction. I like 60's The Avengers (the Emma Peel / John Steed version). I like VR5 and Nowhere Man. I like Tom Baker as Doctor Who. So... would (or should) I like this?

Yes. I would. And I did.