Troy Wiggins
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  • North Memphis, TN
  • United States
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About Me:
I am a writer and artist who enjoys seeing minorities represented in non-stereotypical fashion in media.
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Student/Research Assistant
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Troy Wiggins's Blog

Ten Minute Freewrite

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Something i wrote in college

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At 7:55pm on October 5, 2010, Sarafina Connor said…
t-royyyyy!!! whaddup whaddup!!! Thanks for the add! Hope all is well on your end!
At 4:52pm on June 16, 2010, John Garrett said…
Hey Troy, thanks for hittin me up, and thanks for checking out my work. Glad to know someone enjoys it. I know what you mean too, I like to surf around under the radar while at the gig myself, lol!
At 2:29pm on June 16, 2010, Tosin Coker said…
Hi Troy, thanks for the friend request ;)
At 12:21am on February 18, 2010, Whiyayul & Diop Malvi said…
Alternate world stories are fun to do but also give off hints of what's going on in the author's mind. A classic story like Come the Jubilee set in an divided America where the South won the Civil War doesn't give off the fish odor of a Newt Gringich penned opus where Lee won at Gettysburg. An anthology Hitler Triumphant says thatwould of been a monumental disaster. But I'm sure there's one it would be the best thing to happen since Taco Bell stayed open past midnight.
At 3:27pm on February 17, 2010, Whiyayul & Diop Malvi said…
Thanks for the B'day tap bro man. I appreciate it. Are you setting your story in the past realistic. past magical, or in another place?
At 11:42am on December 23, 2009, Djeli said…
In the immortal words of Lil Wayne, "Yessur"--my favorite dark elf and his astral plane compadre. "Dope" it be.
At 10:57am on November 18, 2009, Whiyayul & Diop Malvi said…
These are the works of author Chester Himes who was a top notch author not just of crime dramas but works of social commentary; If He Hollers Let Him Go is set in a WWII shipping yard and exposes the hypocrisy of the Arsenal of Democracy. You should be able to find his works in the neighborhood library. I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy them. Three were made into movies Cotton Comes To Harlem, Come Back Charleston Blue, and For the Love of ErmaBelle which had a name change I can't think of right now but had Robin Givens looking nice n' nasty as the seductress
and Forrest Whittaker as her mark. The other two films were made in 70 and 72
respectively, and starred as the detective heroes Coffin Ed and Gravedigger Jones
Godfrey Cambridge and Raymond St. Jacques. They are much harder characters in the novels though.
 
 
 

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Ultra Cold and Fermi-Hubbard...

Posted by Reginald L. Goodwin on May 26, 2017 at 6:24am 0 Comments

Raw fermionic microscope image (left) and processed image showing that spin-up atoms occupy alternating lattice sites as expected in an antiferromagnet. The spin-down atoms have been removed from the image. (Courtesy: A Mazurenko et al. / Nature)

Topics: Condensed Matter Physics, Optical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Superconductors…

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Tabby's Star...

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Another explanation for the dimming is that KIC 8462852 is surrounded by a swarm of dusty comets.
Topics: Astrophysics, Dyson Sphere, Exoplanets, Kardashev Scale, Kepler Telescope, SETI

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Sleuthing Antimatter...

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Two white dwarfs head toward a collision in this artist’s illustration. New research suggests that the Milky Way's preponderance of positrons could come from a specialized type of supernova from colliding low-mass white dwarfs — an explosion that is difficult to detect, but rich in an isotope that generates this kind of antimatter.

Credit: NASA/Tod Strohmayer (GSFC)/Dana Berry (Chandra X-Ray Observatory)
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Aluna's Encounter: The Fissure

Posted by Lauren on May 23, 2017 at 1:13pm 0 Comments

I planted my feet firmly on the ground. I never felt more connected to the planet where I stood than where I was right then in that moment. I took in a large, deep breath. It felt like I was breathing in the essence of crisp fresh snow.

And then I released.

This part of the plateau no one was allowed near. Off to the distance, I could see our city, Sheba, the buildings were made of gold and the streets were littered with diamonds and gems.

I zipped my jacket up and hid behind a large rock and waited.

The reason why people weren't allowed out this far from Sheba was because of the instability of the terrain. The scientists said that our world sometimes would converge with another world; a more dangerous world.

But this terrain was also where the agents came in and out of around this time of the evening. I wanted to see who they were bringing back this time.

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