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Thaddeus Howze is a California-based IT director, author and transmedia producer whose non-fiction has appeared in online publications such as The Enemy, Black Enterprise, The Good Men Project, Urban Times, Quora and Astronaut.com.

In addition to his non fiction, Howze is an accomplished speculative fiction writer whose work has appeared in Medium.com, The Magill Review, Au Courant Press Journal and Flashflood, as well as numerous anthologies including:

  • Awesome Allshorts: Last days & Lost Ways (2014)
  • The Future is Short (2014)
  • Visions of Leaving Earth (2014)
  • Mothership: Tales of Afrofuturism and Beyond (2014)
  • Genesis Science Fiction (2013),
  • Scraps (2012)
  • Possibilities (2012)

He maintains a web presence using WordPress writing nonfiction, science and technology articles at A Matter of Scale. His speculative fiction work can be found at Hub City Blues.

He has published two books, Hayward's Reach (2011) and Broken Glass (2013).

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Um... It wasn't. Thanks for playing another game of "Name That Plot Device." Just remember when you see something in a movie that defies all sensible laws of physics to wave your hands in the air because that is exactly what the screenwriters did. You won't gain any satisfaction from this but at least you will be on the same pages as the writers, handwaving your way through the movie...
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No. It simply means my answer begins with the caveat: Unless we are later privy to script notes or annotations released by the script and the creators, we will never know what was said since it was (reputedly) in a language with no Earthly equivalent. It is now later. And that answer includes information beyond my own, released ten days later.
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