Category Archives: What If

North Korea: worst case scenario

By Andrew L. Urban. A hand made greeting card from ‘little Donald’, 12 year old Barron, sat in the inside pocket of his father’s jacket as Air Force One touched down in Seoul, on the way to the Demilitarized Zone … Continue reading

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Australia in ten years time

Written in August 2016, this is Andrew L. Urban’s fantasy – part mischief, part wishful thinking – and his unsuccessful entry in The Spectator Australia’s Thawley Prize. Read ‘Mulga Creek Farm, Sept 15, 2026‘, the terrific winner by Trevor Watkin. … Continue reading

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News Flash: Research Finds Clean Energy

By Andrew L. Urban Sydney, July 26, 2045: After $60 billion and thirty years of dedicated research, the Australia-led International New Energy Research Agency has announced a breakthrough, with a new, clean and eternally renewable source of energy – dubbed … Continue reading

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