Anthology of short sci-fi stories: Europa & Lighthouse
The terra-forming of Jupiter’s moon Europa, was in its infancy.
Some were opposed to the exploitation of another world and they resisted.
During humanity’s first attempt, to adapt a world that wasn’t home; they ran into something unexpected…
So It Looks Like There May Be Life On Europa After-all
So I was tempted to write something along of the lines of I told you so…And if you’d read my short story, Europa – Well…You’d already know!
Anyway….Scientists have concluded, after years of pouring over data from the Galileo probe launched in the 1990’s that there could indeed be suitable conditions for life on Europa.
For the science nerds out there, you can get a fuller understanding at Nature.com. There is a link to the article here:
For those of us (definitely including myself here) who have less of a scientific bent, I’ve added links to some layman friendly articles in The Washington Post and the Guardian.
Enjoy and why not read my own short story, Europa?
On a remote Canadian island, a lighthouse keeper experiences mysterious lights in the sky.
Unsure what to do, his colleagues decide to investigate for themselves. What they find shocks them…and that’s just the beginning!