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My First Novel, Sublime Murder

Signs of a River – Chapter 1

Second Novel in Ferg Series – Now published as an ebook on Kindle https://t.co/jPEVF0sFut?amp=1 “My turn, my turn,” screamed the excited children.  Little Pophi had not yet had a turn and so, with a little subtlety Mathema edged her to … Read More

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Magnetic Reversal – Science or Science Fiction

The earth’s magnetic field is created by an internal dynamo of swirling magnetic material in its outer core.  Heat convection through this liquid mass of mostly iron is thought to create an electric current and an associated magnetic field which … Read More

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Welcome

Welcome to Andy McGee website Science kept simple. Looking at upgrades during 2021 so come back and check them out. Comments have been disabled due to security issues. Comments can be made via Twitter. Connect to Andy McGee@sciencekepteasy

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Quantum Apple – Chapter 1

Third Novel in Ferg Series – unpublished My name is Simon Truscott, though most people just call me Ferg.  No, not that one, he was my great grandfather, the forensic geophysicist, or that’s what he liked to call himself.  He … Read More

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Short Stories / Novels

I have been busy writing Novels and Short Stories of late with little time for blogging. The first Novel is published digitally on Kobo and Kindle as described under Novels, Sublime Murder Chapter 1 or under Get the Book. I … Read More

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Recycling

My materials blogs are about useful materials in the modern age. For the use of these to be sustainable we need to recycle as much as we can.  With China becoming more picky about what they will accept from us, … Read More

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Copper

Copper has been used by humans for about 9000 years in its naturally occurring metal persona and has been smelted from ores in kilns for about 5000 years. Soon after that it was alloyed with tin and kick started the … Read More

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Best thing since sliced bread – Plastic

(Not to be confused with short story of the same name published in the Feb 2019 edition of antisf magazine) Sliced bread dries out quicker and needs packaging to keep it fresh. The answer, that allowed sliced bread to take … Read More

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Just call me Al – Materials -001

Aluminium is the third most abundant element in the earth’s crust after oxygen and silicon and is the most abundant metal. It has the chemical symbol Al.  Australia is the largest producer of aluminium ore, largely from its northern coast and … Read More

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Virtual Power Plant

  South Australia’s planned Virtual Power Plant appears to be largely misunderstood, as these things always are. It is basically a system that creates an energy supply from solar and batteries which is tied together by software.  This allows the … Read More

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Sublime Murder – Chapter 1

To purchase ebook go to Kindle or Kobo site Sublime Murder eBook: McGee, Andy: Amazon.com.au: Kindle Store Chapter 1 The Mount “I was told that you are a seismologist. So then, how did you get into forensics?” Ferg thought about … Read More

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Nuclear(Con)fusion – 024

Just over a hundred years ago, Albert Einstein came up with the notion that mass and energy are equivalent in his theory of Special Relativity. About twenty years later the idea that the sun was a nuclear reactor and provided … Read More

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