Suesa's Science Stories - Masterpost #3

in fiction •  8 days ago

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I think it’s time for another Masterpost! But this time with a twist:

At the bottom of this post, you’ll find the link to a poll where you can decide if you want a sequel to one of my stories - that includes stories that only ever got one part. Not all of them, it doesn’t always make sense.

I will try to post a “proper” post later today but I’m still recovering from the stress of the last 4 weeks. On the upside, the next 2 weeks are really chill!

Now, have fun discovering stories you might not have read yet - or might not remember.

Stranded

An Alien crash-lands on Earth and has to deal with the consequences of being on a different planet

  1. Oxygen
  2. Gravity
  3. Wrong Configuration
  4. Aspergillus
  5. The Golden Record
  6. Calling Home
  7. Office for Planetary Protection

Space War

Sequel to “Stranded”

  1. Pheromones
  2. Fungi
  3. Like a moth to a flame
  4. The Crash
  5. Echolocation
  6. Hopeless Fight
  7. Chemical Warfare
  8. Sins of the Past
  9. A Happy Ending

Bullshit Research

Amusing Research papers, used to create a story@suesa

  1. Sticky Business
  2. Tetris
  3. Amazing Jumpers
  4. Under Pressure
  5. What a Headache
  6. Bees and Cocaine
  7. 99 Bottles of Beer

Science Explains

Weird Stuff

  1. Fish Rain
  2. Glowing Waves
  3. Underwater Crop Circles @suesa
  4. Rainbow Eucalyptus
  5. Blue Lava

Understanding Research

How to read and understand papers

  1. Statistical Significance
  2. Confirmation Bias
  3. Peer Review
  4. X kills Cancer

Mars

Humans leave Earth in the hope to find a new home on Mars. It doesn’t go quite as planned.

  1. Journey through Space
  2. The Caves of Mars
  3. In Sickness and in Health
  4. Insanity
  5. The Settlers
  6. Electromagnetic
  7. Martian Genetics
  8. Loss
  9. Among Strangers
  10. Adapt, Evolve, Terraform
  11. Hungry for Apples?

Lost

Someone is wandering through the desert, lost. Why? They do not know. Who is this person?

  1. Songs of the Desert
  2. Dust Storm
  3. Oasis
  4. Signs of Life
  5. Illusions
  6. Sailing Stones
  7. A Field of Roses

AIOA

Sequel to “Lost”

  1. The Human Brain Project
  2. Blue Blood
  3. Hot Earth
  4. Butterflies and Bees
  5. Memories
  6. Laws of Robotics

And here is the list from the old Masterpost:


Zombie Chronicles

A Professor decides to play god

  1. How Zombies were created in a basement
  2. The Outbreak
  3. The Dream of Zombie Soldiers
  4. Saved?
  5. The Apocalypse

Autism and Vaccines

An AI and a human have a chat

Part One
Part Two

Keiko’s Story

The story of a highly intelligent chimpanzee

  1. The next step in Evolution
  2. Captured
  3. Prison Break
  4. Alone

Plant Wars

  1. Introduction
  2. Pollen
  3. Cyanotoxins
  4. Healthy Foods?
  5. Reducing Humanity

Cancer

How people misunderstand scientific research and damage their bodies because of it

  1. The Cure for Cancer
  2. Killing Cancer – And Yourself

Perfect Humans

In a world filled with designer babies, those who aren’t genetically enhanced are looked down upon

  1. Secondary
  2. The Resistance
  3. The Heist
  4. Prisoner
  5. Meanwhile
  6. Surrender
  7. Death
  8. A moment of peace
  9. Revelations
  10. Parents
  11. The Date

New Home

Humanity’s search for an alternative home

  1. Toxic Air
  2. The Diver
  3. Chocolate
  4. Bubbles
  5. Myoglobin

And my one-part stories:

Everything for Beatuy: Sometimes, being pretty isn’t the best thing ever.

Fading Away: A story about Alzheimer’s disease

Trapped in your mind: What does locked-in syndrome feel like?

What defines a human?: How ethical is it to grow human organs in animals?

World War 3: At one point, you stop thinking about the lives you’ll take.

Japanese Honeybees: Nature’s revenge.

Eternal Winter: Some animals will survive what we’re doing to the world.

A Sea Turtle’s Life: It isn’t easy!

Debugging Nature: The most efficient way to get rid of mosquitos … maybe.

Phantastic Pheromones: You don’t want everybody to fall in love with you, trust me.

A World of Pathogens: Don’t touch anything. Ever.

Meat Allergy: An Alien decides to turn humanity vegan.

The Breach: An overreaction of the body.

The Cure for Aging: It’s not what you wished for.

Background Cats: They’re truly everywhere!

Touch Starved: Human connection is necessary for our happiness.

Lying with Statistics: The most important skill.

Love goes through the stomach: You don’t have to drug the one you want to charm. Just feed them the right … bacteria.

Angel of Mercy, Angel of Death: Not everyone wants to live. Not everyone wants to die either.

Uncanny Valley: Is it really a human you’re looking at?

What the Government Hides: Conspiracies everywhere!

Death in the Greenhouse: Be nice to your plants, they might appreciate it.

Predatory Algae: Ever been eaten by a plant?

Killed by the Resistance: Don’t abuse your fucking antibiotics.

Killed by Make-Up: Sometimes, do-it-yourself might not be the best idea.

A day in a microbiology lab: What happens in a laboratory?

The Emissary of Agony: Jellyfish are Assholes.

Tardigrades are better than you: They just are.

GM Food - Why we squish “no-squish” tomatoes: Some government regulations lead to dumb stuff.

One day with lab mice: I no longer work there but I loved those tiny animals.



Sheesh, that’s a lot, I didn’t realize how much I’ve written over the last 5 months.

Anyway, here is the link to the promised poll:

Click here!


Sources:

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I so wish I had your fast hands and creative side... This is so cool. I need to go back and read about cancer ones but for now I bow to your pen and it's ability to enchant my reading side :)

Wow. You're prolific! I wish my muse was this nice to me.

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I have to say, it can be a bit draining sometimes to write so much. But the gratification I get from people's comments outweighs that usually.

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Don't I know it! I have a list of short stories I want to write and have yet found the time to.

BTW, I really wanted your input on my latest piece, "off the grid", because it's inspired by an actual place and condition.

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I'll have a closer look and give proper feedback! The past 4 weeks have been stressful and I haven't been able to pay attention to other people's content.

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Don't you hate it when life gets in the way of what's really important, like writing and curating? :)

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So much! :D

@suesa you have done a lot of work already, writing all of this good article & stories is really something that you should be proud of congrats and Respect (^_^)

I've enjoyed all the stories I have read from you, but Bullshit Science was something special to me. Maybe because I didn't need to worrt about what will happen AND they still were truly entertaining.

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They were really fun to write too! I just don't have enough funny papers to write more parts for it.

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This would mean we need some community work and we should look for studies which could be turned into a funny post!

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I'd support that!

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I'll look into this is it's possible on any level, so it's not just a nice thought :)

Nice post bro, I'm waiting for your support