Your Personal Reactor Core

Running space stations, battleships, and other large facilities takes tremendous amounts of power, usually generated by various reactor cores. The most common are fusion cores using hypermatter fuel, but some utilize chemical and or fission reactor cores. They’re all sensitive to imbalances and react violently to outside interference. This was the fact of the day … Continue reading Your Personal Reactor Core

Finn // Han

In all of Solo, it's rubbed in our face that Han is a "good" person. As an audience, we are led to believe that had he not been presented the situations he was in, he would have turned out alright. More than alright: a kind, goodhearted person. He is juxtaposed against Tobias Beckett and at … Continue reading Finn // Han

Haiku Me Friday! The First Order Rebels

I had a long drive yesterday. My "commute" is usually 2 steps down the hall into my home office, so yesterday's drive of 1.75 hours to a client site was both a novelty and really boring. I had a lot of time to think and the main things I thought about were Star Wars and … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! The First Order Rebels

Haiku Me Friday! Rebellion, Resistance, and Semantics, oh my!

For July, my topic is the Rebellion and Resistance. Today, however, I want to look at the semantics of these two words and take a larger view at them. According to the Oxford English Dictionary (my favorite!), rebellion and resistance are defined as: Rebellion - The action or process of resisting authority, control, or convention. Resistance … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Rebellion, Resistance, and Semantics, oh my!

Haiku Me Friday! Leia’s Pain

There are many theories out there on why Leia opted not to follow the Jedi path like Luke. I think her strengths lay with politics and used that as an explanation. But what I really believe is that when she found out Vader was her father and how the Force had corrupted him, she wanted … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Leia’s Pain