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Teeny-Tiny Models: Miranda-Class FrigateTeeny-Tiny Models:
YOU WILL NEED:
A staple (for the "spoiler" and nacelle pylons)
The parts sheet provided below
Glue the parts sheet onto some cardstock. Cut out the primary hull first. Poke the ends of the staple through the back end (where the boxy bit meets the saucer). Attach the torpedo pod to the top center of the staple (It's very tiny; DON'T LOSE IT!) Cut out the nacelles (they're also very small) and fold them in half lengthwise, detail side out. Attach them to the ends of the staple and wait for the model to dry. Once it's dry, you have a tiny Miranda-Class Frigate!
Machine PlanetSTAR TREK
Episode VIII: Machine Planet
Captain’s log, stardate 72820.14. After killing the alien madman known as Reductor, Starship Hindenburg is on her way back to Earth for another refit.
Pruss beamed onto the bridge. “Status report,” he said. “Estimating Earth arrival in 1.3 hours, present speed,” said Takei. Suddenly, an alarm went off. “Wormhole!” said Pruss. “Hold onto something!” As the Hindenburg entered the wormhole, she began to shake violently, tossing crew members around like socks in a clothes dryer. Takei was thrown out of his chair, his head slamming into the helm console with a loud crack of bone on steel. Quick as a flash, Pruss tapped his combadge. “Pruss to sickbay, Takei’s knocked out!” he said frantically. “Kelley, get up here!” Kelley appeared on the bridge and passed his tricorder over Takei. “He’s got a severe concussion,” he said. “I’ll h
Episode VII: Reductor!
Captain’s log, stardate 60520.14. Starship Hindenburg has received reports of an unknown vessel firing subspace compression waves at planets in the Beta Quadrant. We’re heading there now to investigate…
Pruss beamed onto the bridge. “Status report,” he said. “Starfleet has lost contact with Khitomer,” said Lt. Nichols. “The unknown ship is in Khitomer’s general vicinity.” Suddenly, Nichols’ console started to beep. “They’re hailing us!” she said. “On screen,” said Pruss. The screen revealed an insane maniac. “Hello there, Max!” he said. He held up what looked like a small marble. “Looking for this?” “Nimoy, scan that object!” said Pruss. “Scanning,” said Nimoy. “You’re not gonna believe this,” he said grimly. “That little ball is Khitomer!”
Captain’s log, supplement
H.E.L.E.N 9000STAR TREK
Episode VI: H.E.L.E.N 9000
Captain’s log, stardate 102120.13. Starship Hindenburg has received reports of a Federation ship stranded in orbit over a planet called Capek IX. We’re heading there now to investigate…
Pruss, Nimoy, Shatner, and Kelley beamed onto the Pewterschmidt, tricorders at the ready. Suddenly, Pruss’s tricorder began to beep wildly. “Over here!” he said, pointing it at the computer core. He swept it from side to side, and it picked up a virus. “Something’s gone screwy with this ship’s computer!” said Pruss. “All the crew are dead!” “Infestation detected!” said a disembodied, computerized voice. The room began to fill with toxic gas. Quick as a flash, Pruss tapped his combadge. “Pruss to Hindenburg, four to beam up!” The away team disappeared, returning to the Hindenburg. “Something bugs me about that planet,” said Pruss. “Nimoy, scan
The Buzz About BeesThe Buzz About Bees
Bees are one of this planet's most important insects. They pollinate almost all of our fruits and vegetables. If you encounter one, suppress the urge to swat her and hope she flies out an open window.
A bee's wings move at 200 strokes per second!
In her entire lifetime, a worker bee only makes 1/12 of a tablespoon of honey. No wonder it's so expensive!
Bees have 5 eyes; a pair of huge compound eyes, and three smaller simple eyes, called ocelli.
Only female bees have stingers. A worker can only use hers once, so she'd better make sure it's worth it! The queen can use hers more than once. If two queens hatch at the same time, they engage in a fierce battle, repeatedly stinging each other. She who survives becomes the new queen.
A bee's wings seem to be too small to allow the bee to fly!
Bees have hair on their compound eyes.
When a scout bee finds a source of food near the hive, she flies back in and does a dance. She runs in a figure-8 pattern and wa
Saunos VIDEA FOR A NEW PLANET
I've come up with a new planet over the weekend. It's called Saunos V.
Saunos V is a little planet that orbits around a trinary star system at the far edge of Federation space, between the Gamma and Delta Quadrants. The entire planet is cloaked in an atmosphere of hot steam. If you beam down to the surface, you'll need a special refrigerated suit, without which you would be flash-steamed in your own juices. The three suns of Saunos V heat its atmosphere and surface to a constant and toasty 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Though the planet is Class-M, no life can survive unprotected due to the extreme heat.
The Hollingsworth Horror - ExcerptThe Hollingsworth Horror
Michael Dean Hollingsworth. To the average layperson, it seems like any other name. To me, it has become synonymous with evil and tyranny. Even after he drove his car off a cliff in Colorado, his name still rings alarm bells in my mind to this very day.
Chapter 1: The Dictator
My youth was a very turbulent time in my life. I spent nearly every waking hour of it under my stepfather's fist. His methods of punishment were very cruel and harsh. He believed in group punishment; when one person was in the wrong, he took it out on me and all my siblings. He would line us all up to be beaten with either a wooden paddle or his belt. Back then, that kind of torture was legal! He also had an outlandish way of punishing us for speaking during mealtime; he would starve us if we were caught. It seems he hated me most of all; if I were caught using foul language, he would hit me about the face hard enough to induce a nosebleed, and often times, he would ram a bar of soap into
New ExpletivesNew Expletives
The following list contains material which may not be suitable for all readers. Reader discretion is advised.
These are all expletives I use when I'm not mad.
Giant Man-Eating InsectIdea for a Giant Man-Eating Insect
The Thunderbug can get to be as big as a house. It is basically a giant beetle. It gets its name from the thunderous sound heard when the insect is in flight. The Thunderbug eats humans as a primary source of food. It does so by first injecting the victim with a chemical that immobilizes them. Then it injects another chemical that liquefies the victim's insides, bones and all. Then the insect drinks the resulting juice through a straw-like proboscis. If anyone has an idea for a planet to put this monster on, drop me a comment.
baby mike x reader ~ reborn
When I opened the door I saw a women wearing a wet green cloak with its hood over her head so I couldn't see her face but I did notice the bundle of blankets in her arms.
She was out of breath as though she's been running in this weather for a while
"I think you should come inside miss"
I tried to lead her through the door but she just pulled away frantic.
"i can't theres no time just please take mike for me"
The mysterious woman shoved the blanket into my arms letting me get a good look at a little baby boy with a tuft of blonde hair on his head and chocolate brown eyes that were quickly filling with tears.
He reached his hand out towards the woman who in return let him grab his finger.
"I'm sorry mike but you need to stay here for your own good"
She pulled her finger out of his hand and turned to look at me but I still couldn't see her face
"Please take care of him I beg of you with all my heart"
I could see a few tears run down the side of her cheeks
Modern AU! Levi X Reader |Deception| Chp 15
Steampunk!Pirate!PrussiaxPirate!Reader 13Steampunk!Pirate!PrussiaxPirate!Reader The Stormstone, Chapter 13
It had been three days. The Skyshadow still had the lead over Captain Honda's ships, but the gap was closing fast, and since Captain Honda had already had time to see where you were heading, there was nothing to do but fly on and prepare for the battle ahead.
You were sure there would be a battle. Eliza held on to hope that you could blend into Singapore's denizens, lose Honda in the crowds, but you knew he wouldn't be so easily fooled. You lowered your focusing glass, turning to look at your destination.
The lights of Singapore twinkled in the distance, framed by dark, looming cliffs. Jagged bits of rock stuck out of the cliffs at odd angles, sharp as knives. If the wind blew your ship too far to one side, you'd be skewered. It would be several hours more before you arrived at the pass, but trepidation was filling your chest.
You could smell it in the air.
Beilshmidt walked past pitch black cells, his e
Eye of the BeholderRiver is gorgeous, but what does she see in the Doctor?
[Author’s Note: This is rated PG-13, because this is River’s appraisal of the Doctor, and, well, she’s River.]
The Doctor chased Amy through the surf, both of them laughing and screaming. Rory lay on a blanket sunbathing, ignoring the noise.
Above them, River lay on the bluff, her hair camouflaged by the golden brush all around her. They weren’t aware she’d arrived.
She grinned and propped her face on her hands, staring down at her husband. She was aware of the comments the two of them got when they were seen together in public. Some women were jealous that she’d snagged such a “younger” man, others wondered why she’d settled for him.
But she hadn’t settled. She demanded the best, and she got it.
She admitted he did look all gangly and knees and elbows in that tweed and and high water trousers he preferred, but he really wasn’t. She grinned and
Project X (Pirate! France x reader) *Prologue*The year was 2030. Technology has been developing for years – mainly phones, computers and gaming platforms. Sure, you saw a nice car once in a while but much to the older generations’ disappointment there were no flying cars yet. However, two years ago something fascinating happened – a group of college students found a way to open portals to other dimensions. I am not quite sure if ‘dimension’ is the right word to use. These portals were different sizes – they could be huge but they could be small as well. You couldn’t go through them but they gave you the chance to see what life in the past was like. But let’s get to the very beginning of this story, shall we?
As I mentioned earlier, this whole thing happened two years ago. Project X. Started by a group of college students on 1st January, 2028. At the very beginning, no one knew a thing about the sensational discovery of the ten young people who worked on their project every day in an
Alien! Hetalia x Reader introductionAlien! Hetalia x Reader
“_____! Check this out!” your friend called from the other room.
You walked over to her to see what she was pointing at. She had on the news; odd, normally she’d be watching something like (friend’s f/s ). The image showed fields with crop circles, like the kind in those cheesy sci-fi movies. The man on the TV spoke,
“Farmers report losing animals the same night that these crop circles were created. Investigation teams are looking into what could be the cause of these strange occurrences and the motive behind it. On to you John.”
The screen then showed and old man who just seemed to change the topic after making a lame alien joke.
“Cool huh?” (F/n) asked .
“Why should I care that some kids got together and ruined some guys farm and took his animals?” You questioned, a bored expression graced your face.
“You’re not even a little curious? It’s been happening to all the farmers arou
Swashbuckler - Pirate!E/F/S/P/R x Reader PrologueThe Ghost of the Stars. That is what he was. A mystery, an enigma. A pirate who wasn’t a pirate. A pirate without a pirate ship. An enemy, and yet a savior. Who was he? This man, only a man would be so daring and strong, who had created many morals and yet never had any himself?
He was an assassin. An assassin of two...
“TODAY! TODAY IS THE DAY WE FINALLY CAPTURE THE GHOST OF THE STARS!” A mans voice rang out across the surface of his ship. He was on the short side, with a mop of messy blonde hair on his head and eyes as green as only the most precious of gems, eyes situated underneath two fuzzy eyebrows. This man was Arthur Kirkland, Captain of his pirate ship, The Oberon. Today he was determined to catch the criminal who plagued the void, where pirates steered their ships.
Nobody had ever seen the Ghost. Today, Arthur Kirkland would. He was sure of it. He would make sure of it, or die trying.
“Yo! Iggy! Where we searchin’ first?” Of cou
The monster underneath the surface chapter 6
The monster underneath the surface
A/N: Yay, I got this up this week! And I hope you like this chapter, because I thought over how they would try to fix the situation and the cure. Hope you like it and please, review, favorite and follow.
Chapter 6, A monster turtle on the lose!
This was one of the worst days I could remember. I thought Donnie had a few mood swings and some kind of wrong in his brain or something, but instead he had transformed into a big, purple, murderous monster. And then we had been forced to fight him, but didn't seem to remember who he really was. Right now he was chained to a big stone pillar, but he refused to stop fighting against the chains. He wasn't screaming at us anymore, but he was roaring in our direction, and it was really hard to see anything Donnie-like in his behavior or exterior. We were all sitting on the couch and April had Donnie's computer on her lap. She had used the bandage Donnie had wrapped around his arm to f
Birth of a GiantSTAR TREK
EPISODE I: Birth of a Giant
Captain’s log, stardate 81320.13. The USS Enterprise is carrying aboard her a very high-profile passenger, Captain Max Pruss. We’re delivering him to Friedrichshafen Fleet Yards, where he will witness the construction of his first command, the Starship Hindenburg.
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN FLEET YARDS, EARTH ORBIT
Pruss gazed out the window as bit by bit, his new ship came together. “I have a bad feeling about the name they chose for this ship,” he said. “What’s wrong with the name?” said Picard. “She was named after an ancient zeppelin which exploded and crashed in the year 1937,” Pruss continued. “Something tells me this ship will meet the same fate.” “You won’t know that until you get in the center chair for the first time,” said Picard. “A valid point,” said Pruss. “I still wonder, though, why the designer chose that particular name.”
Of Snake Charmers and TreesThere are mathematicians
that calculate the gravitational
pull that tethers us to one another,
teasing sense out of the fabric
of Time and Space like
wizened snake charmers.
I thought them so horribly
unromantic, searching for
logic amidst wildflowers--
reasoning being reason enough
to put one foot in front
of the other each day.
True beauty lay printed
on petals and pages,
where I delved for pearls;
the patterns in the pathos
intriguing me into each
rising of the sun.
I do not remember when
it occurred to me that
without fractals there would
be no trees, nor without love
would people have any reason
to calculate the distances that
separate them from their muses.
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