ONE DAY IN THE SCIENCE NEWS by Michael G. Smith I woke to ice mountains on Pluto, it’s moon Charon home to Mordor, a polar expanse darker than any I have tumbled into and worked my way through. And now at the day’s other end, Zhenyuan’s Dragon appears, the soft feathers of its fossilized remains bound in 125-million yearold Chinese limestone touchingly close to the down in the pillow I will soon lay my tired head on. What might I wake to, fathomed worlds after fathomed worlds delivered to my laptop quicker than any human could possibly keep up with? Only that illiterate Hui-neng was able to put aside here and there as he turned and turned the millstone grinding the monastery’s dinner rice. Gyroscope Review - page 54 !