Tops posts for the week

It’s interesting to look and see the top posts for this past week. I’ve had a lot of people exploring my World-building posts, which is good. The template I created has also gotten a lot of interest, and I’m hoping I’ll get feedback on it soon so I can find ways to improve it. Graph of reshaping reality's statisticsIt’s also interesting to see from what locations people examine my site, and from what links do they come from. Most people seem to find my site through search engines, but others have found my site through Legendfire and some world-building forums.

Looking at the search terms is also interesting, mostly because they seem so random: “Animals elivera, glue and newspaper, earth, western hemisphere, gamergate, gender tropes in literature, future significant astronomical events, why is science uncertain, and paper mache planets.”

I find it amusing when people input in questions into searches. I know I do that sometimes just for the fun of it, so it’s interesting to see a question end up with my blog. I do actually answer why is science uncertain in my Uncertain Universe: How Science discovers its Truths blog entry from awhile back. I also explore how I created my own paper mache planet. There’s also a few posts about my universe of Elivera. I cover astronomy. I also cover gender tropes in other posts as well as diversity. I explore earth in my world-building series when I discuss geomorphology. So all the search terms I’ve covered to some extent, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. I’ve written about poetry, my own personal story, and so many other things on this blog that I can’t even begin to link them all. This is a good reminder of what I have done here. It’s been good work.

Yes, I’ve covered a lot of diverse topics on my blog, but if there is one core aspect to this blog, it is that I explore the art of imagination, where we take that instilled essence and create works to showcase to the world at large. We are the creators of universes, the explorers, and we “will not go silently in the dark night. We will rage, rage against the dying of the light.”

So this is a bit of a review of my blog and some of what a reader may discover. I am planning on more content in the future when I have more time, and once I finish my move. So expect another update in a week or so. In the meantime, happy reading!

By Aibird

Open the door, step inside. Here you find a forest, teeming with animals and birds, which sweeps up the sides of snow-capped mountains. Here in the small pocket of beauty, one finds the essence of my soul. A writer at heart, I delve deep into the finer details of humanity's spirit, and seek to share with others what gems I uncover. I find life exciting and full of interesting surprises, and despite the great pain that often confronts me, I persevere with the joy in my heart still bubbling, and the light of my soul still aflame. There is a time and a place to introspect one's self, but often enough it is best to not look back in regret, but leap forward in the present toward the achievement of one's deepest dreams. I am a wanderer. An explorer. One place cannot contain me for long, but to my friends and family, I remain loyal, for love is not bound by time nor place. Once cultivated and nourished continuously, it binds people together on a journey through the unknown reaches of life.

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