Sean McNeal adjusted the field intensity setting on his virtual console by another two degrees. “That should do it,” he muttered absent-mindedly.
The thirty-eight year old research physicist had been working in his small home lab for the past week, but the problem he was trying to solve had been plaguing him ever since he was a child and his Dad had shown him that old movie “Fantastic Voyage.” Ever since then, he had been fascinated by the idea of shrinking objects and people down to a tiny size.
The problem was Planck’s constant, which is why people can’t really shrink like Ant-Man. Fortunately, Sean found a way around that pesky dilemma.
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The Sixteenth Story in the Adventures of the Ambrosial Dragon: A Children’s Fantasy Series
Landon was getting excited. There were only a few more weeks before school was out for the summer and he wouldn’t have to do homework anymore…
…or so he thought.
“I don’t want you to forget everything you’ve learned this school year, so every night, we’ll go over your reading, spelling, and math.”
“Aw, Dad. Don’t I get a break?” Landon was sitting on the sofa with his Dad David after school talking about future plans.
“At least you won’t have tests every Friday, Landon.”
“Well…okay.” The boy was hardly thrilled but he still had to do what Dad said.