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SciFi Question of the Day: If/when the Yellowstone Caldera blows, what are the best-case and worst-case scenarios regarding how much area is devastated? What level of tech would society need in order to minimize the damage? (Yes, that last part is deliberately vague.) #SFQotD

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#Podcast Episode 21 - How to create maps of continents, cities, towns, dungeons, and ships when world building http://bit.ly/Epi21 #fantasy #fiction #scifi #authors #writing

Episode 21: Learn How to Create Maps Listen as host Randy Ellefson discusses how to create maps like continents, settlements, and dungeon maps, and learn whether you should create any of this and why. Listen, Subscribe, and Review this episode of The Art…
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Temperate climates are where most people on Earth live. Learn about the differences in the types! http://bit.ly/Climate445 #fantasy #fiction #scifi #authors #writing

Temperate climates are where most of Earth’s population lives, though that’s partly because much of our land is there. These climates have an average monthly temperature above 10° C (50° F) in their warmest months and an average monthly temperature above…
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Randy Ellefson
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