A History of the Universe as told by Edward, the oldest electron there ever was, to Tom Mahon, who vouches for the veracity, audacity, and perspicacity of this narration

The Singularity, or Big Bang, or ‘In the beginning….’

DAY ONE

Edward the Electron has a negative charge but not a negative outlook.

DAY TWO

Russian Chemist Zev Mendeleev laid out an early Periodic Table in his book ‘Principles of Chemistry’

DAY THREE

Alien Planet Image Generator. Design your own planet.
Earth’s first cells. A model protocell with chemically formed strands of DNA. NSF.

DAY FOUR

Just a few of all living things, including Timmy and his dog Ruff.
How many of us would it take to write ‘Hamlet’?

DAY FIVE

From here to there in the blink of an eye…

DAY SIX

The Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry. A civilization before our own.

DAY SEVEN

Connectivity is a fundamental characteristic of The Universe. (MonkeyBuddha.com)

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Storyteller. I’ve been a filmmaker, merchant sailor, glass artisan, playwright, and 40-year veteran of Silicon Valley. And each job brought new stories to tell…

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Storyteller. I’ve been a filmmaker, merchant sailor, glass artisan, playwright, and 40-year veteran of Silicon Valley. And each job brought new stories to tell…

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