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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)
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Would it matter if the Earth rotated clockwise?
I'm not. I am saying that unless the stopping action included a planetary stasis field, buildings would likely be sheared by the stress of the directional shift. Objects in motion tending to stay in motion and rotation speeds of over 1000 mph...