You get so used…

You get so used to the mask, that you forget who you are underneath.

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How Did The Moon Really Form?

Technodroid Guy

Gotten from ScienceQ Publishing Group

Planetary scientists have long believed that our moon formed following a collision between Earth and another planet, but studies of Earth and moon rocks suggest otherwise. A new analysis of the composition of moon rocks brought back by Apollo astronauts may help finally resolve the mystery.

Here’s the current thinking about how the moon formed. Early in its history, Earth was struck a glancing blow by a Mars-sized planet. That planet was destroyed by the impact, but much of its debris—and some of Earth’s—formed into a disk around Earth that eventually coalesced into the moon. Much evidence supports this scenario. The moon would have ended up hot, boiling off light elements and water, leaving the arid rocky moon we see today; the moon has a small core, consistent with being made from parts of the colliding planet and outer parts of Earth; the Earth-moon system…

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Full Posts

So I decided that in order to cut down, the size of my blog (I find it tedious to scroll through) I would only post excerpts of my books on this website, and have another one full of the full version (sea what I did there [I'm hilarious] ). The website is Icognito Writer and it …

What Happened To The Graphics

Hey guys,If you have come to my website recently you would know that the themes, graphics and basically the outlook of my website as been changing. Sorry if you found this confusing, I was just trying to make my website better.

The Big Day Release

Guys, I want to celebrate the new followers I have by giving a preview of my upcoming book, A Boy Named Chip. It is still a work in progress, so I will only be able to show the first chapter.

Hobbies Of A Hobbit

I love reading; my favourite books are Don't Call Me Ishmael And The Rest Of The Series by Michael Gerard Bauer The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time by Mark Haddon Love Is A UFO by Ken Spillman To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma by Richard …

Blunted Apathy

I sat on my seat in class, staring out through the window. Normally, one would look at the rain drops falling from the grey sky, or the landscape or maybe even day dream but I was different. I just stared outside the window, looking at everything, seeing nothing. At least until Mr. Rudberg, very rudely, disrupted my session.

Follow My Tumblr Blogs

Just letting you guys know that I have some tumblr blogs: DIcognito Man - For Anonymous posting DIcognito Camera - For my photos DIcognito Writer - For writing DIcognito Artist - For drawing DIcognito Musician - For music DIcognito Idealist - For ideas Ink'd Poetry - For poetry

An Apple A Day

I have often been told that an apple a day can keep a doctor away, but I believe that an apple a day can keep anyone away as long as you throw it hard enough.

I am the master of my fate

No person shall swallow me whole
I alone guide the ship
I alone sleep within
The depts of the sea which is my soul

Simply The Betsy

I’m embarrassed to admit how I stumbled across this poem (one of the contestants on Bear Grylls’ ‘The Island’ quoted it) but now I have it, I find it truly inspiring, and so, apparently, do others!

C. S. Lewis has quoted it; it was Franklin D. Roosevelt’s favourite poem; Nelson Mandela recited it on Robben Island; and it was featured in ’30 Rock’ (huzzah!).

It’s the last two lines that really speak to me, but as a whole it’s pretty great too.

Written by William Ernest Henley in 1875, allow me to introduce you to ‘Invictus’.

Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.

In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud.
Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.

Beyond this place of wrath…

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