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Chapter 3 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, and Joseph Rodes Buchanan

If you’re going to take on an impossible task, then you need to develop impossible skills. Or so Sanderson seems to think in chapter 3 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, “In which Sanderson multiplies her regrets.” Because taking on the impossible isn’t the … Continue reading

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The phrenomagnetists, 19th century scientists of the mind

It’s not easy being a researcher into the powers of the human mind. And without today’s technologies, it was even harder in the nineteenth century. But they did have a map of the human brain, and tools to make it … Continue reading

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