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Swirls and scrolls
Hills and knolls.
No, not mountains,
Rocks or cliff,
Aromas to sniff:
Dip my finger
In the whip
Starts to drip.
Creams and chocolate:
Ice cream beds!
I have thought about writing a memoir. I went through quite a bit the last few years and although it isn’t to necessarily make a big deal of it, I would like to share so as to help someone else who might be going through the same thing.
What makes a good memoir?
How far back do you go?
How much detail should there be?
I have read many different pieces on how to write a memoir but I still can’t grasp how to do it. I figured I would ask for some opinions and feedback. I guess I should also read a few more memoirs to get a feel for them. Does anyone have a suggestion to any that are particularly compelling?
We don’t have the technology for terraforming Mars yet and turning this hostile planet into one that will support life, but there are some good ideas floating around. One of the big problems with Mars is that it is basically a desert world, with a pitifully thin atmosphere less than 1 percent the density of Earth’s, so no animal can live on Mars and water quickly evaporates or freezes on the surface. People have said that we could live in caves on Mars under the surface, if we are wearing space suits and that we could construct cities under glass. Since the solar wind is responsible for depleting Mars’ atmosphere, some scientists think that we could construct electromagnetic satellites to shield Mars’ atmosphere and this would prevent it from escaping into space. Theoretically a giant magnetic shield could protect Mars from solar winds, and this would help terraform the Martian environment…