Love In The Time Of Science

What is it?

The 1999 music album Love In The Time Of Science by the Icelandic musician Emilíana Torrini, and the album’s name was inspired by the book Love In The Time Of Cholera by the author Gabriel García Márquez.

Emiliana Torrini – Love in the Time of Science

What is it about?

This is how Wikipedia describes this music album:

Love in the Time of Science is the fourth album by the Icelandic singer/songwriter Emilíana Torrini.

It was her first album to be released internationally (her earlier albums being released only in her native Iceland).

The album was recorded and released in 1999, and was produced by Roland Orzabal and Alan Griffiths of Tears For Fears, who also wrote two tracks for the album.

It was recorded and mixed at Orzabal’s own studio, Neptune’s Kitchen, with additional recording done in Spain and Iceland.

Orzabal also played and performed backing vocals on the album.

Other collaborators included Eg WhiteSiggi Baldursson and Mark Abis.

The title of the album is a variation of the 1985 Gabriel García Márquez novel Love in the Time of Cholera.


You’ll Float Too! | A Demonic Entity? | Chloe Decker And Lucifer Morningstar?

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I was very tired and I went to sleep on a living couch for an hour or so, I had one or more dreams, but I got up quickly causing me to forget most of the details and I watched an episode of Lucifer (Season 2) with my brother GC without voice recording my dream or dreams and then I went back to sleep and I had several more dreams without voice recording them until the end so I barely remember part of several dreams.

Dream 1

This dream was probably inspired by me listening to songs and remixes on YouTube before going to sleep of the boy saying and yelling You’ll float too! from the movie trailer for the 2017 It movie.


First Meetings In The Enderverse

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What is it?

The 2003 book First Meetings In The Enderverse by the author Orson Scott Card.

What is it about?

This is how Wikipedia describes the short stories in this book:

The stories in this book are:

  • “The Polish Boy” (2002) – Tells the story of how Jan Paweł Wieczorek (Ender’s father) as a small child gets tested by the International Fleet and convinces them to get his family out of Poland.

  • “Teacher’s Pest” (2003) (Not present in 2002 version of book) – Tells the story of how John Paul Wiggin (Ender’s father) meets and falls in love with his future wife.

  • Ender’s Game” (1977) – First appeared in the August 1977 issue of Analog magazine and was later expanded into the novel Ender’s Game.

    Although the foundation of the Ender’s Game series, the short story is not properly part of the Ender’s Gameuniverse, as there are many discrepancies in continuity.

  • “Investment Counselor” (1999) – Tells the story of how Ender Wiggin first met the artificial intelligence Jane and became a speaker for the dead.

    It first appeared in the anthology Far Horizons edited by Robert Silverberg.

Final Thoughts

Years ago I bought this book for a $1 from Dollar Tree when I noticed it when walking by the book section.

I could be wrong but I think that I was trying to find something to read before or after a hurricane hit the city of D.

The electricity at my parent’s house ended up being out for two weeks if I am correct about which hurricane took place at that time, if any.

I remember reading this book very fast, I remember liking it, and I remember wishing that it was longer because I was enjoying it.

I probably especially liked the short stories Teacher’s Pest (which had some interesting relationship / romance building) and Investment Counselor (which had several interesting concepts like the occupation Speaker For The Dead).

The end,

-John Jr