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The Anarchist
The Anarchist II

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The Relative Universe

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Dead Girl's Song (Film)
Deja Vu (Film Synopsis)
Deja Vu (Film Script)
Seven Dials The Box (Film)
The Marginals (Film)
PK or Psi-Star (Film)
Library of the Future (Film)
Utopia (Film)
Schizo (Film Synopsis)
Schizo (30 minute Script)
Fat Ghost Hunters (Film)
Blonde Bombshell (Film)
First Planet (Sci-fi Series)
Virtual Universe (Series)
Relative Universe (Film)
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My fifth book has just been published in Paris and is proving to be a great success:

Un Québécois à Paris (A French-Canadian in Paris)

Click on the image to enlarge. Available in most bookstores in France including Virgin Megastore and FNAC. It will soon be available in Canada.

You can buy my five books online (all in French) at these websites:

À la Page   FNAC   Adventice  Archambault

The first 50 pages are on my website (in French) :

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French-Canadian born in 1972 in Québec city now living in London UK since 1995

In the past few years I have been leading two professional lives in parallel. The first one is in the world of Conferences in Telecoms and IT where I have been writing and managing major European events. My second life has been and still is the one of an author and technical adviser writing novels, essays, poetry, television scripts and now big budget American films.

Masters Degree in French Literature from the University of London (Birkbeck College)

I have also studied for one year at la Sorbonne in Paris and I have finished a BA Language and Philosophy at the University of Ottawa in Canada. I also have a college diploma in Sciences from the College of Jonquière in Québec.

Author of many books, 5 are published in French in Paris by iDLivre and Textes Gais publishers

The books are: Eclecticism (Philosophical Essay), Waiting for Paris (Novel), Denfert-Rochereau (Novel) and The Anarchist (Poetry). They are distributed in France, apparently they are the most popular of the publishing company and are also distributed in Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Africa and Middle-East. My fifth book Un Québécois à Paris (A French-Canadian in Paris, Journal-Essay) has recently been published in France and initial feedback is very encouraging.

Science Consultant/Technical Adviser/Writer for films and TV

More information about this in my bio-biblio, in my CV and below.



This book was initially written and published in French in Paris by the publisher iDLivre. Exerts from this book have appeared in a variety of magazines, notably in Quebec's Poets of Today. Due to its success the book has already been translated and I am now looking for an English publisher. The Anarchist is my most successful book to date and I have retained all the rights for the English version.

So far The Anarchist is my only book that has been translated in English by the New York Times Book of the Year Award Winner Sheila MacLeod.

Click here to download a DOC version of The Anarchist. Or here to read the HTML page. And if you have Acrobat Reader on your machine, you can download the PDF version.


Black poetry, if we can define The Anarchist like that. Scandalous book, comic in certain parts, that resumes the traditional speech of the No Future without sinking nevertheless in the dullness. Can we still move masses? Can we again motivate a generation to accomplish some concrete things? Can we still scandalize people and create a legend? If it is necessary to describe a generation, we should not go there through several different paths, it is necessary to aim at the target. What is anarchic in fact is perhaps only the common reality to all. Otherwise, it is where the anarchy begins.

The Anarchist came from my heart, I really felt the need to write it. In all it is a big denunciation of many things, mostly of a way of life even if it is not necessarily about capitalism. I did get a lot of insults via emails though, more about The Eclecticism than the Anarchist because it was said it was inspiring people to commit suicide. It is true that death and existential crisis are very central to my work. Some people were disgusted by the Anarchist and have thrown it in the bin. So it is still possible to command a reaction from the reader. To get them to act out of rage and spontaneity. Most truly appreciated The Anarchist and saw in it something new, something that has never been done before. The question is: is it poetry? I called it black poetry with a question mark at the end.

The Anarchist II

I was not certain if I wanted to put The Anarchist II online (there are only a few texts written now) as these are my latest poems written directly in English. Not only that, it would be a mistake to read this before reading my other poems translated by Sheila MacLeod that you can find here: The Anarchist. They are much better and up to my usual standard as a writer. So here they are but don't expect too much. I am not certain if any of them will make it to the final version:

The Anarchist II: HTML or DOC or PDF



The new Science Fiction novel based on my theories. Many chapters are already there.

A group of scientists sends a ship with its crew into the very small, reaching the very large on the other side of the galaxy. This is the implications and the applications of the Shrinking Theory and Universal Relativity. What will it change? What can be invented considering the theory? Travel in time and very far from here. I am thinking about changing it into a film script instead of finishing the novel.


The rights for all these copyrighted ideas are available. Please contact me if you are interested, I can quickly write a script if needed. All these ideas can be adapted for a short or a long feature film, and the TV series can be adapted for a film. Individual descriptions (short synopsis) follow the summary. You can read the long synopsis of these ideas when you click on the links. If you are recently graduated students or your production company does not have much money, it is possible to film these ideas for free as long as if it does make any money you do not forget about me.

Ideas Summary

First Planet (Sci-fi TV Series)
The Perfect Universe (Sci-fi TV Series)
The Relative Universe (Sci-fi Film and Novel)
Seven Dials or The Box (Film)
The Marginals or Predestination (Film)
NEW - PK or Psi-Star or Ignorance is Bliss (Paranormal Film)
NEW - Library from the Future or Killed that President (Sci-fi Film & Play)
NEW - Utopia or The Last Post before Utopia (TV Film or Film)
Schizo (synopsis and 30 minute script) (Paranormal Film)
The Fat Ghost Hunters (Paranormal Film)
Sci-Fi Reports (Inspiration and info for writers)

Not Sci-Fi or Paranormal:

NEW - The Blonde Bombshell (Film, coming soon)
Entertainment Shows (TV Series ideas)

Ideas for sci-fi television series

First Planet

"Our existence is due to a temporal paradox and the destruction of an entire galaxy, and our future depends on the survival of many side scales universes.”

A civilization living in the year 6451 on a terraformed planet in a solar system far from here just discovered that they owe their existence to a temporal paradox. They found an old book dating from the year 2006 that was published in Paris and soon forgotten. From this book they realized that if they don't send a message to that author into the past, they will never exist, leading to the complete extinction of humanity.

They also know that in all the parallel universes there are, or side-scales universes, the main branch leading to the colonization of their planet is the only one known to exist in 6451, making them the only survivors of a once flourishing humanity in many parallel universes living on many different systems of the galaxy. Humanity somehow managed to find destruction in all its possible realities.

They have the technology to see all the existing parallel realities occurring every time a decision is made and that the universe splits into two. Even though they can see many side-scales from the main side-scale leading to the colonization of their planet, they cannot calculate any other scale or existing alternate realities. They are the only one left of the whole humanity and are worried that they might never exist if they don't send that message.

They send a message into the past using old e-mail system, destroying a whole solar system in the process, but soon understand that it is not enough. The attachment has not reached destination. They decide to send a man and a woman into the past to insure not only their existence but also the existence of as many other main side-scales universes as possible. Humanity at this point would only exist because of a temporal paradox.

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The Perfect Universe

"There is something quite not right with the Universe. I know, this is why I am seeking your help. Please tell me, what is not right with the Universe? Everything!"

A computer programmer is writing the perfect universe for an interactive virtual world where soon players will be able to interact with people like if this was a real universe. The development of this game is not easy as the virtual characters are aware of their existence and should really take the world as a real one. This is a bit like playing God and creating the perfect universe where no human will question it and will take it as is. Please watch the movie 13th Floor for a better idea of how this story goes.

Sometimes some testers come along and play the game to find out if there is any flaw and if the game can be played perfectly without glitches. This is the basis for the series. Each episode will be about a new scenario in the virtual world where the virtual characters should not suddenly question reality and the testers can actually enjoy a good game. It plays like on the holodeck in Star Trek and it is therefore exactly like reality. But it has its limitations, the laws of physics are working exactly as it should and soon the virtual characters will find out how to go beyond Einstein and understand things we have not even considered. The virtual universe will become the model to understand our own universe. But the players will have some powers to make the game more interesting and this will be unacceptable to our virtual characters as they will know better, these miracles or this magic are not possible. Soon they will develop ways to counteract these advantages our players will have.

The Virtual Game can call up to anyone and as it is based on science, it will be normal to meet Einstein or Newton and to discuss theoretical physics with them in order to get science to go beyond science. Scenarios can go from any sci-fi idea to any good sci-fi book. So for example someone might wish to live in an Arthur C. Clarke novel for some hours or a similar story. The problem will always be that the virtual characters doubt everything and don't take anything for granted. This needs to be corrected, not the characters, but their universe. Testers or players of the game are aware of this and they need to take notes about what should be changed so at the end of each episode there will be a report made to the creator (the computer programmer or God), in order to make sure everything goes smoothly in the perfect universe.

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Ideas for sci-fi films

The Relative Universe

My Science Fiction novel (see the above for description) would do a nice sci-fi film.

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Seven Dials or The Box (Film)

Seven Dials is a monument located in the middle of a small intersection in Covent Garden London where seven streets meet. In each direction there is a different dial carefully designed to show the right time throughout the day. On the corner there is a Café called The Box where most of the story is happening. Raymond or Ray is the anti-hero of this story and he accomplishes himself in the universe of alcohol, clubs and theaters of London. He is an American living in England but facing deportation.

The film is happening in seven days and each morning Ray is waking up near the monument in front of a different street to find his world completely different from the previous day. The first day starts with him trying to offer a beer to that old tramp woman who is always sitting on the monument but she refuses categorically. Then he goes into the Café where we learn that he has reached rock bottom: he is just a customer of the Box Café with no place to live and a destroyed Renault 5 that we can see outside in the window. He has a criminal past that he is not proud of, a friend Marlene who is working at the Box and his best friend Paul who owns the Café. That first day he meets with the people who could give him the money for his new play to be produced in London but he fails to get it because of his dodgy past.

The next day he wakes up in front of the second street and there is that old woman standing beside him. She tells him that today is a new day and that for the first time she will accept a free beer from him. On entering the Café he realizes to his amazement that he now owns the café, that his play his going to be made in the theater on the Seven Dials, that his flat is upstairs with a great view on the monument and that he is married to Marlene and no longer facing deportation. He is going to struggle understanding and adapting to his new reality.

On the third day he becomes very powerful as he now owns 180 The Box Cafés across Europe and his successful play has been translated in many languages and is being presented worldwide. On the fourth day he is recognized for his greatness and huge heart toward society and human kind. His different charities have made millions to help everyone and he is perceived in certain quarters as a saint. On the fifth day he is the first ever American to become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and is recognized as the best politician there ever was. On the sixth day he is going to the Moon, special invitation from the new British Space Agency that he helped create. On the Moon he will have a spiritual life changing event. On the seventh day everything gets back to normal, he is the low life he was on the first day, but he is a new man and he will change his destiny.

The problem is that as he climbs the social ladder and becomes almost a saint, his bad personality or who he is has not changed, he is still the same thug he ever was and needs to adapt to his new reality as the days go by in order to keep it all together without anyone realizing the fraud he is.

The old woman, a tramp, sitting at the monument all day long appears to be the only constant element throughout the seven days, and she sorts of become his conscience. Raymond is finding himself in a situation where he can change his universe but he will have to learn to change his own personality if he wants to maintain together the different elements of his existence.

The movie is a sad demonstration of human limits, but equally the creation of a modern boiling London. A generation without future that lives without God, without pity, drunk to full capacity for days without seeing the existence. The day of the awakening is death. Until, at least, Raymond becomes schizophrenic and alienated. That makes it possible for him to transpose his mind to another corresponding life in a parallel universe, so he thinks anyway.

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The Marginals or Predestination (Film)

Frederique Loren and Frederic Lorentz are studying human behavior, statistical probabilities and real predictions of the future and the behavior of their subjects. When they meet they realize that they are a perfect match but don't dare admit to it in order to not be the victim of this predestination. They wish to be free of making their own decisions, of thinking the way they want, without becoming a casualty of their own theories about life. This desire to be different and not be a statistic brings them to the brink of war with each other and they become alienated with their field of study. After acting like mad people, they finally resign to the fact that they love each other and they marry.

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PK or Psi-Star or Ignorance is Bliss (Paranormal Film)

Virginia White is a simple secretary working for a big publisher in London who lives in a miserable apartment in a small West London borough. She has written a book rejected by most publishers in London, and lacking in confidence she has not proposed it to the Editor for whom she works. Her friend Tania, another secretary, tries to convince her to present her book to the Editor and the same night invites her to play part in a psychokinesis experiment at the University of London.

The parapsychologist Dr. Brown explains to them that the Extrasensory experiment is very simple, there are four lights in front of them and they need to try to influence the apparatus so the lamp number 4 will light up more than the 3 others. If the result is over 25% it cannot be due to chance alone and they have proven their psychokinesis ability. Tania is not very successful, she rates way under 25% but Virginia rates a perfect score of 100%. Dr. Brown is very impressed by these results, he declares Virginia the most psychic woman alive and she should be using her skills to better the human race.

He tells her that she can influence events and perhaps people by will alone and that in life she must be a very “lucky” and gifted person since she obviously can get information via other means than her 5 senses. In reality Virginia is very shy and unsure of herself. She is not particularly lucky or gifted. Dr. Brown suggests that perhaps she is not using all her potential and that he would like to try a different approach with her, he wants to see her again the next night.

The next day Virginia is back in the office and plucks up the courage to give her book to the Editor, under the eyes of an excited Tania. That night at the University Dr. Brown asks Virginia to lie down on a bed and he connects her to some machines. He asks her to sleep and to think about what she believes will happen the next day. Then, when she will enter REM sleep, he will wake her up and ask her what she was dreaming about. So Virginia falls asleep just to be awoken an hour later. She tells Dr. Brown that in her dream her Editor invited her to a chic restaurant to announce that he will publish her book as it is the best thing he has ever read. She can now go home, live the next day and report back about what really happened.

So the next day Virginia lives in the hope that the Editor will ask her to lunch. So far his schedule appears to be full and he is not even in the office. She has to cancel all his appointments and she tries to contact him without success. She discusses her dream with Tania and they both seem horrified that the Editor is not here. At the end of the day he enters the room, the book of Virginia in his hand. He wants her to come to the restaurant and sure enough he wants to publish her book. She goes back to see Dr. Brown and they try the experiment again.

This time she dreams that a red car will collide with her car and that her friend Tania will die. The next day when she picks up Tania on their way to work, Virginia explains to Tania her dream and they are now both very worried. Virginia appears to be in a trance for a minute, she is trying to influence the events so the red car will not hit them. She drives very slowly and when she reaches the location of the accident, she can see the red car and she does not accelerate as she was in her dream. The red car takes another direction anyway so they are safe. They discuss that somehow Virginia has influenced the future, even changed the destiny of Tania. Perhaps she can push this further and hope for a big book award in order to live as an author and even maybe move to a leafy suburb or somewhere in the countryside.

That day in the office Tania is worried. A woman who hates them both has backstabbed them by reporting a series of mistakes that are not exactly their fault but now that woman blames them. Tania feels that this may be it, they will both be sacked. It is the not the first time that this woman strikes and every time Personnel gets involved and there are meetings after meetings to find out who made the mistakes and eventually it always ends with a written warning. Tania feels that this time it is the final written warning but Virginia is suddenly very confident. She knows that it will backfire and the bitch will be blame and take responsibility for her mistakes. Sure enough this is exactly what happens and now Virginia feels weird about her new abilities.

She meets with Dr. Brown to discuss what is going on. Is she now predicting the future or influencing it? She now dreams what will happen the next day and she can change the events to her advantage. She feels that she is no longer living, she believes life has become an unchallenging state of affair, like a video game. She is telling the Doctor that she will win the most looked after book prize in town and that he is invited to come with her when this happens. In fact, to her knowledge, her book was never submitted and she has no chance of winning. The next day she learns that somehow her Editor presented her book to the committee and she has been nominated. When her Editor all excited hopes for her to win, she is very sad when she announces that she will win for certain. She appears to have lost the will to live and she gets more and more depressed even though she now lives comfortably in the countryside with a much healthier bank balance.

On the night of the book prize, Virginia, Tania, the bitch secretary, the Editor and the Doctor are all sitting around the table. Virginia wins and she goes to the podium to give her speech. She is very distressed, unhappy, she says that she has influence the events somehow so she could win. She announces that she has cheated on life, that she does not deserve the prize, in fact, she does not even deserve to be published. She is a simple secretary and leaves the room crying.

The Doctor runs after her to discuss the situation some more. Virginia announces that she dreamt her own suicide that same night. That she could no longer live if she knew exactly what would happen in life and if she could influence everything to her own advantage. This is when the Doctor tells her that perhaps ignorance is bliss. She should forget about psychokinesis and ESP, about the mechanisms of existence, and try to live a normal life. A glimpse of light comes back in the eye of Virginia. She appears to have an idea.

The end of the movie is Virginia signing her new books at a book launch. She seems very happy and the title of the book is Ignorance is Bliss. But when the Doctor asks her if truly ignorance is bliss, she does smile and do not answer.

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Library from the Future or Kill that President
Sci-fi Film or Play (one man show)

Below is the short synopsis of the play version. Click on the title to find out more about what will be in the film and what will be talked about in the play.

A woman comes into a small library and starts her recorder. She says that for the purpose of her investigation she will record everything. So she explains that she has been asked to investigate a weird phenomena about books appearing in a library out of nowhere, all published in the future. No one has been told yet and she needs to understand why and how this is possible.

She gets to it, looks at the books, opens one and realizes that nothing of importance is in the content of the books, they could have been published in the past for all she knows. She does see some weird apparatus in one corner of the room and she suspects that this is how the books arrived here. There is a computer in the middle of the room with the archives of the monastery on it and she is pleased to see that the whole history of the place is there. She also notes that she has access to the Internet.

She talks about all the different possibilities to explain how and why these books have been sent into the past. She talks about everything mention on the main page of this idea as possible reasons for this to be. She talks to her recorder, while looking around and at the machine that could be responsible for transporting these books into the past.

Then she starts looking at all the books one by one, not one of them appear interesting until she finds a book about history, the history of what is to come. In there she reads the kind of military state the world has become at the hands of some tyrant that took power over America, and how it has affected the whole world. No one can eat, speak or even live. She gets to understand how this monster came into power and she now wonders if she can change that future. She reads about the key people who helped that tyrant to get where he is and via the Internet she finds a way to contact five persons that could change history.

She starts calling these people on her mobile. The first call is a disaster as she told the truth and the man who first accepted the nomination of the tyrant for a local election did not believe her. Convince she has not changed history in the slightest, she decides to call the second one and this time she pretends to be a medium who knows the future.

As much as she tries to convince the man that she has never been wrong before, she is still not believed and that man will still invest millions of dollars into the elections of the tyrant to become President of the United States. She is now very depressed. One thing though attracts her attention in the history book. Even though she has not changed anything according to history, she could swear that the book has changed slightly. The man still strikes a deal with the monster, but a few days later than initially planned. So she decides to call the third person on her list.

That third person is a religious leader that endorsed the tyrant, and by doing so convinced millions of voters to vote for him. She invents a very elaborate story that somehow she has proof that the tyrant did terrible things that go against his religion’s principles, in order to convince the religious leader that he should not endorse the tyrant. He wants to see the proof as everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Unfortunately she cannot produce the proof and again it fails. She is happy to read in the history book that the religious man never supported the tyrant but he still managed to win his elections. Kind of encouraged by these events, she calls the fourth person on the list.

This time the monster is in power, it is difficult to explain to that journalist who does not even know the tyrant yet that he will win his elections and she needs not do such a great television series about how great the President is. The journalist, being an inquisitive mind, wants to know everything about who is the person speaking at the other end of the phone and how she knows all that. As that journalist is well known and that there are details in the history book about her, our investigator goes on to tell the journalist past stories about her that no one knows, as this is taken from her late life story. The medium idea is working fine here. The journalist promises that whatever she does about the supposed tyrant, she will try to dig as much dirt as she can, as perhaps the guy is bad after all.

After the phone call, our woman reads the history book and she can see that the television series had a terrible impact on the life of the President. She is pleased as she reads, but realizes that he is still in power and appeared unaffected by so much bad publicity. By then he was already too powerful and controlled the world by fear. Millions of people had been killed and no one would dare to move against him.

So she calls the fifth person on the list. A “to be terrorist” that will miss his shot when he tries to kill the President (how incapable can someone be!!!). She tells him that, even if this is hard to believe, he will eventually try to kill the President of the United States and this is how he will fail. To succeed he needs to do much more than that and involve some other people. As the guy is already dodgy today and is afraid of everything, she cannot be certain if she has reached to him or not.

After the phone call she looks at the book but realizes that it is no longer from the future. It is a simple history book from the past, and not a very good one at that. She looks at all the books in the library and they are all from the past. She is unsure if she has succeeded as obviously the mysterious man from the future was incapable of sending the books into the past. The machine is still there though, and now she wants to figure out how it works.

She accesses the archives and understands that a genius monk built it. He built it without ever knowing if it would work but his theories were that if we ever wanted to move objects and people to and from the future, we needed to have the machine already built now and have another one in the future. So she surmises that the other man in the future must have the second machine that communicates with this one. She learns how it works and decides to try to go to the future herself to verify if everything is OK, and perhaps learn about what the President did that was so horrible. Then lights go black and we need to change the room as to pretend we are now in the future.

Once in the future our investigator sees no one except a much more powerful and futuristic computer in the place of the one she used in the past. The computer is a Quantum Computer and is virtually an Artificial Intelligence. It speaks, thinks and shows intelligence. So she starts asking him if she has been successful in changing history, to which the AI answers that yes, she was quite successful, it could not be better. So she asks what it is that she helped prevent.

The AI tells her that what she was successful in preventing was the rise in power of the only man who could have stopped him from taking control over the world, the President of the United States. He thanks her for helping him to be the first ever AI elected as President in America and that now he can do as he wishes: exterminate every living thing in the world. And as he says that he kills her.

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Utopia (TV Film like Dinotopia or Film)

The Dream

I woke up this morning realizing that my dream would do a nice story for a sci-fi/fantastic film. First of all I was in a fantastic palace like these very high class hotels and perhaps also like inside the pyramid spaceship in Dune (the film). There were many areas, a big room and some corridors at the back. On each side of the large room there were train tracks and two trains filled with very strong and well dressed people that could be seen from the windows. The tracks were leading on each side into circular doors that when opened had whirls like if the trains went into wormholes.

I believe there were a King and a Queen in charge of the palace where we all lived. None of us could go to the other side or Utopia because the trains never stopped. Our goal in life was to go through, for that we needed a train, which we did not have.

I was the chosen one, the one that was born special and would save everyone. I knew how to get everyone to Utopia but no one knew I could do that. I had first to seek the help of a sort of key holder (the Guardian) who was able to open the circular doors. She was willing to do that for me. I took a ball, opened it a bit with a dart in order to put a message inside wrapped around the dart. The message was simple: I am ready. This ball thrown inside the wormhole would automatically bring us a train from the inside, and I imagined it coming from a third hidden door in the middle of the main room where the thrones of the King and the Queen were, and the tracks would appear from under the floor. It was a train coming to bring us all to Utopia where life was paradise. I was the savior of my nation and I would become the leader once on the other side.

While I was preparing the ball to be sent into the wormhole, there were many people around me and the Guardian, looking at what we were doing. So we went into a small room with a chair and this was a magical moment as the key holder, who was beautiful, kissed me and immediately regretted and sat down. I wanted to say that I was also interested, that feelings were developing and that I would love to kiss her too, but suddenly some people at the door in real life woke me up. That was my dream as far as I can remember it.

Now, what we could build on that dream. Well this palace could be in a city like The Mount St-Michael (Mont St-Michel) in France in Normandy. It is a nice little island reachable by a bridge where a castle lay in the middle of a wonderful little old medieval village.

The First Part – The Last Post before Utopia

For the first part, before I send the message, I would say that when we arrived at the last post before Utopia many years ago we were disorganized and poor. It was my job I would reckon to find the King to the new kingdom based on the ancestry of our once rich and flourishing civilization. I went to get the King and gave him a throne. I found the abandoned castle, helped build a kingdom and a city around, and found him a Queen worthy of his title. I made the whole town prosper and now gold is what the walls are made of. My last task would be to get us to Utopia, on the other side of this little paradise that we built around the castle.

I would think Utopia could be huge and rich beyond measure and hope. It would also be very futuristic with amazing technology, something new to us as we lived in some sort of medieval village before. Everyone is happy and there is no authority or crime or work or anything poisoning our actual existence. It would represent the perfect self-sustained society with no threats whatsoever or problems of any kind. We just have to enjoy life to the maximum and relax. A life of leisure and pleasure.

The Second Part - Utopia

For the second part now. I would think that a life like that would become quite boring after a while as without challenges and goals to achieve, obstacles to overcome, life is meaningless. You cannot learn anything since nothing of importance happens to you. You don't even need to think anymore, just accept the world as it is.

Soon, bored people would get into trouble just for the sake of it, commit crime to lead more interesting lives, lie and betray others just as we used to do before coming to Utopia, even worse as we were living in harmony. In essence, I will have to justify that our nation was ready to cross-over and that we don't need to go back to the castle at the last post before Utopia.

Three tests could be ordered to my people to see if we are worth staying in Utopia by the other inhabitants, and I would have to somehow make us succeed with the help of my King and Queen and their Guardian (Key Holder). In the end we will succeed but we will reach a compromise.

Life does not have to be so perfect in order to be called paradise and Utopia was perhaps after all just an illusion. We could also decide to go back to our village with the exception that this time, when trains arrive, we know where they are going and we are no longer hoping to go there one day as we understand that what we have built was paradise after all.

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Schizo (Synopsis)

30 minute Script: DOC (black and white) or PDF (in colours)

Thomas is a happy go lucky young man who uses powerful drugs for the first time with his two best girlfriends. When they both die, one of an overdose and the other not long after in a freak car accident, he is left alone to continue his life with his parents at their summer house by the beach. After a few mad and horrible hallucinations in which he is haunted by his two friends, Thomas is diagnosed with Schizophrenia, probably the result of his drug trip. He is prescribed new drugs that funny enough helps him to control his hallucinations up to a point where he no longer thinks they are illusions, but perhaps he is reaching out to another realm or reality, the realm of the dead. From there he becomes obsess with communicating with his girlfriends and manage to build a little laboratory in order to record the voices, images and films of his dead friends. His parents are not too happy and ultimately destroy his findings without reviewing them. Once Thomas also dies from complications in his brain, his mother suddenly understands her son's obsession and finally succeeds in communicating with him using his recording equipment.

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The Fat Ghost Hunters (low budget)

This film will pretend to be doing a documentary about two very fat ghost hunters who have created their own little investigation organization. Rupert and Adelaide Eddington are very common and have no manner, but they are portrayed in a very realistic way and they do try to be classy with their fake British accent that gives them a snobbish quality. Their son William is very thin, unimpressed and angry at them for no particular reason (just as a 15 year old son should be!).

A production crew follows them with cheap Sony DV Cams or perhaps cameras using Mini DV tapes. There will be three stops that our investigators will investigate. The first stop sees them walking around a cemetery reported as being haunted. We will see them walking around the tombstones, asking questions to nobody in particular and recording everything as they go along. Back at home, using their computer, we understand that they have recorded images and voices of ghosts.

The second stop is a haunted lighthouse (or anything else) where they will meet a strange crazy medium who appears to be inventing quite a lot of history, seeing dead people and telling their stories. Our investigators laugh at her and don't find her to be credible until they get back home and realize the voices they recorded corroborate what she was seeing and saying. Something strange will happen at the lighthouse, they will have the fright of their life.

The third and last stop will be quite fascinating and central to the movie. They are to investigate the ruins of a castle in the countryside. When they arrive there though, the castle appears intact and very nice indeed. They catch some life inside and when they approach the stairs, they see a monk running away. A nice lady wearing a white and grandiose dress walks on the grass then disappears. It is only when they reach the end of the property on their way out that some peasants explain to them that the castle is in ruins, it does not make sense. Monks and a beautiful Lady used to live there, but 300 years ago. When they go back, the castle is in ruins. Follows a great press conference to show their findings and try to explain what happened, nobody believes them despite the evidence.

The movie ends with the fat husband dying and a monologue by the wife though the son will be there whining in the background. When she realizes that her monologue was being recorded, she listens to it in reverse and she hears her husband talking to her and reassuring her and her son. It should be very sad and realistic.

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Ideas not related to Science Fiction

The Blonde Bombshell - Film

Coming in the next few days.

Entertainment Shows - TV Series (Reality Shows)

All the ideas for Entertainment Shows I am presenting here (unless stated otherwise) could be shown on any main terrestrial channel. They are all one hour shows and I suggest 13 episodes to start with.

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Inspiration for Science Fiction Writers and Advisers

These pages are the result of months of research for sci-fi television series, documentaries and Hollywood films. Every time we wanted to do something, for example render someone invisible, there were many different solutions to choose from. How do you travel in time? How do you justify it from the point of view of science? How did other sci-fi shows exploited the idea? This is what these following reports are trying to answer.

As I am a philosopher researching Theoretical Physics, I came up with new ideas that do not always go hand in hand with the actual science. The world of science fiction needs that, new ideas, new ways of impressing the viewers with a science that does not always respect Einstein. Surprisingly through this research I came up with answers that could explain many things like ghosts and paranormal phenomena. I think the readers will find these ideas groundbreaking and opening many doors to our understanding of the universe we live in.

I would be delighted to help you as a Sci-Fi Writer, a Scientific Consultant, a Technical Adviser, a Story Researcher or a Development Producer if you are working on a film or a television series. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you don't understand something or if you need more insights.

Roland Michel Tremblay, Tel: +44 (0)20 8847 5586



General Comments about various Sci-Fi TV Series
- Actors, writers, twists, action, humor, locations, esthetic of the sets and props, main and B stories, big tangents, how much science, magic and paranormal to include in the show, special effects and special guest stars

Time Travel - Wormhole, Vortex, Two different times co-existing

Magnetic Fields & Electricity - Getting someone magnetized and moving metallic objects around

Groundhog Day - Time Loop - Day repeating itself over and over again - Temporal Causality Loop

Invisibility - How to render someone invisible, cloaking technology, ghosts

Parallel Universes (this report was written for a big budget sci-fi film) - Microscopic wormholes, Einstein-Rosen bridge, black holes, interdimensional windows, another dimension, Zero-Point energy, antimatter, multiverse, Many-Worlds interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, relativity and time dilation

Message from the Future - Technology to communicate with the past or the future, subspace communications, tachyon particles, quantum communication, using wormholes or micro-wormholes

From the preface of my novel The Relative Universe and my main theoretical physics page called Universal Relativity, you will find the answers to these questions and more:

-How you could go faster than the speed of light from a scientific point of view
-How you could travel to the other end of the universe instantly
-How you could communicate with anyone anywhere in the universe instantly
-Exploiting the weird world of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity

Other Reports Coming Soon:
(please contact me if you wish to receive the preliminary versions now):

Ice Age - Freezing someone / Genetics - Ageing quickly and dying like a mayfly - Genetics / More travelling in time / Infection and disease / and more

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(Essay in English)

New theory of the Universe. How Einstein's Theory of General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and the Superstring Theory can change the Universe conceptualized by Einstein. Going faster than the speed of light, shrinking instead of covering a distance, the configuration of the universe being relative to the point of view.

In time I realized that my theories are somehow very close to Scale Relativity even though I go further. I have added here my correspondence with William Taggart about his related theory called Time Density Mass (TDM) which gives me the equations I was looking for.


Science Fiction becoming Science Fact
Wormhole in El Cerro del Pueblo, Mexico?

Here is an event that took place some months ago in Mexico near Chihuahua and the famous Zone of Silence. UFOs coming out of a hill that turns out to be one of the most important deposit of barite, a barium bearing mineral that exhibits more gravity than any other mineral with no metallic constituent elements with the exception of uranitite. Could this be the manifestation of a wormhole, inter-dimensional window or something science fiction has not yet thought of? The science that could explain some of this is discussed in the reports: Time Travel and Parallel Universes.


These are articles I wrote for my new website called The Marginal
The French version is very popular with many more articles: Le Marginal


FILMS in English

WMV, Windows Media Player format. Interview with Sheila MacLeod, London and where I live.

FILMS in French

Il Festino di Pasta, film by Patrice Bégin with Béatrice Picard and Robert Gravel. My grand father reading my poetry The Anarchist, the real Diane Ouellet from my play The Legend of Val-Jalbert.


Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean, Val-Jalbert, me and my family (Québec, Canada), Montréal, Halifax, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Tenerife, Paris, Catacombs, Denfert-Rochereau, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, Parc Montsouris, Canal du Midi, Cannes, London and suburbs, England, Cornwall, Tintagel, Paramount Pictures & Warner Bros Studios (California), Star Trek Exhibition and Science Expo. 7000 photos occupying 1 GB of space.



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SHEILA MacLEOD official page

Scottish author now living in London who won many literary awards. She was born in the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. She studied at Wycombe Abbey School, Bucks., then at Somerville College, Oxford, where she obtained a BA (Hons) Second Class in English (1961) and an MA in English (1993). She went to Birkbeck College, University of London, where she obtained a BA First Class in French (1996) and was also a joint winner of the Marjorie Gould Prize for the best results of the year.

In 1999 she obtained a MA Romance Languages (French) with Distinction at Birkbeck College (University of London), and she is presently studying for a PhD in French Literature at the same college. The topic: Three French Writers Photographers after Roland Barthes (Claude Simon, Denis Roche and Jean Baudrillard). It explores the relationship between writing and photography.

She has published many books and earned many impressive awards.

The Moving Accident published by Faber & Faber (1968) and The Snow-White Soliloquies published by Secker & Warburg (1970) both earned her the Scottish Arts Council Publication Award.

Circuit-Breaker published by Bodley Head (1977) was a Runner-up for the Guardian Fiction Prize.

The Art of Starvation, Virago (1981) (Autobiography/Psychology), is her most successful book so far and was a runner-up for Elle Readers’ Prize and was the first winner of the MIND Prize. The book also was the New York Times Book Review: Book of the Year [1982].

Her second most successful book is Axioms, published by Quartet (1984), and received huge coverage in newspapers and magazines world wide.

Other novels include Letters from the Portuguese (Secker & Warburg, 1971), Xanthe and the Robots (Bodley Head, 1976) and a Literary Criticism: Lawrence’s Men and Women (Heinemann, 1985).

She wrote other essays: "A Fairy Story" in Very Heaven: "Looking Back at the Sixties" (Virago, 1988), "Drunken Drowning" in A Certain Age (Virago, 1993), "It is Margaret You Mourn For" in On the Death of a Parent (Virago, 1994) and again "The Art of Starvation" in Mind Readings: Writers’ Journeys through Mental States (MIND/Minerva, 1996).

As a journalist, she was a regular reviewer of fiction for the London Evening Standard 1982-8, and of educational TV, film, theatre and books for The Times Educational Supplement, 1981-91.

She has been a contributor to The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The New Statesman, The Literary Review, The Times Literary Supplement, The Times Educational Supplement, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Journal, Honey and Good Housekeeping.

She was the Editor of Writers’ Newsletter, the magazine of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain.

In television she wrote the plays: "They Put You Where You Are" (with Paul Jones from Manfred Mann), BBC 2, 1965, and "God Speed Co-operation", BBC 2, 1985.

She was a writer in Residence at the Napsbury Psychiatric Hospital, St Alban’s, England, 1987.



Impressive biography, from someone who has been around a long time in the UK, touching just about everything. Writer for Children's, Animation, Sitcom and Corporate.


Very successful writer collecting many credits in many areas. She is at the head of Angell Productions Pty dealing with TV and film production, specialising in eductional videos. As commissioning editor, she has edited around 900 episodes of Neighbours and produced around 70 television scripts of Neighbours. She has also appeared in many TV comedies and dramas like Prisoner Cell Block H.


Successful Playwright collecting great reviews of the main newspapers around the UK. Discover his work and adaptations already recognised in the milieu.


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