The Loneliest Man on Ganymede (Flash Fiction)

Richard took a look at his watch. He wasn’t quite sure why as time on the solar system’s largest moon was completely random; at least compared to the uniform timespans on earth. While its seven days and three hours to orbit Jupiter were consistent and unchanging, the sun seemed to appear when and wherever it … Continue reading The Loneliest Man on Ganymede (Flash Fiction)

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Dear Jupiter…

This world is a beautiful place. It has diversity. It has colour. It has life. When the sun burst into existence 5 billion years ago and created Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, our parent star definitely gave the third planet on the list the most exciting role. Earth has so much … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Dear Jupiter…

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Paul.E.Bailey’s Universe (Theories on its beginning anyway…)

I was asked a while back by fellow blogger, Priyesh Bohra, about what my thoughts were on how the universe came to be after he read my post The Article of Astronomical Proportions. I promised him I’d work on an entire post dedicated to the matter and apologise to him for taking so long to … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Paul.E.Bailey’s Universe (Theories on its beginning anyway…)

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – The Article of Astronomical Proportions…

Some time in my mid-twenties I developed a crazy obsession with astronomy. I mean I went nuts over it. Professor Brian Cox definitely had a lot to do with it. I can’t fully recall, but I think it was when Wonders of the Solar System first appeared on BBC. I saw it advertised and thought … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – The Article of Astronomical Proportions…