|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Science of Magic|
| sortinghat chapter 1 . 8/25
Aliens pleze allow da author 2 finish dis fic flick
| nkh1 chapter 1 . 8/7
Great start Harry and Hermione together right from the start. Hope the other stories finish soon this needs updating
| Stormbringer117 chapter 1 . 7/7
Please don't tear down everything, and say that everything in the magical world is stupid and should be done the muggle way. Muggle's lack magic therefore had to solve problem the hard way. Magic users have magical problems and solve those.
I would be interested to see muggle technology enhanced with magic, for example magically induced superconductivity(impossible to achieve for Muggles) for a MAC GUN/Magnetic, Accelerator Cannon /Coil GUN, Rail GUN, Gauss GUN.
And don't get caught up in pairings and side-story stuff, always advance the plot.
One more thing, If you give Harry a lightsaber, you must give Voldemort a Deathstar. Meaning if you give power to protagonist, you must give power to the Antagonist.
Cool story, good luck
| Merry chapter 1 . 7/3
I am intrigued. This promises to be interesting and a lot of fun.
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/18
I can't wait until your other stories are finished (although I am reading them also), this one is very interesting.
| geetac chapter 1 . 9/18/2013
I like the chapter
| Boostercc chapter 1 . 11/18/2012
Please write more chapters for this story please.
| Remzal Von Enili chapter 1 . 9/2/2012
cool, logical harry I dont see many of these stories
| Pearl Bramble of Willowbottom chapter 1 . 3/18/2012
Although this is a very good first chapter, Ravenwood240, I noticed some inconsistencies while reading it. The first inconsistency was your explanation of how old Harry was when he was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Morgan in 1985. Because Harry was born on July 31st, 1980, he would have been five years old after his birthday. However, if Harry was adopted before his birthday, then he would have been four and a half.
The second inconsistency is the list of classes students take at Hogwarts, both required and elective. First and Second Year students are required to take Astronomy, Charms, Defense Against the Dark Arts, Herbology, History of Magic, Potions, and Transfiguration. Electives offered throughout Third to Seventh Years are Ancient Runes, Arithmancy, Care of Magical Creatures, Divination and Muggle Studies. There is no mention in the books of an Enchantments class, nor is there a logical reason to have such a class, since the Charms class teaches students how to cast magical spells to enchant objects in behaving a way that is abnormal for said object to behave in.
I look forward your update of this story and your response to my review.
Pearl Bramble of Willowbottom.
| Jim Red Hawk chapter 1 . 6/19/2011
It appears you have a good story stared here. It is a dirty shame it has not been touched since 2007! :(
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PS. My screen name has NOTHING to do with Harry Potter. I have had it for bout 20 years or so. :)
| EmmaRandomAs chapter 1 . 4/15/2011
lol... i know you werent planning up updatine regularly, but 4 yrs is rather excessive! i hope you decide to continue this story... its a rather intreging concept and i would like to see where you take it and how you develop it
| Nebresh chapter 1 . 2/10/2011
I would love to see this story continued.
| monbade chapter 1 . 12/27/2010
interesting start, to bad it seems abandoned
| ObsessedWithHPFanFic chapter 1 . 11/19/2010
Nice start to your story and thanks for sharing!
| deitarionSSokolow chapter 1 . 10/12/2010
Interesting. Definitely lots of potential.
My advice is to take advantage of the fact that, given the "magic is energy and energy follows rules" point of view, Harry (and scientifically-literate people in general) are likely to occasionally surprise the wizarding world with questions and insight they'd have never considered
...but not always. Sometimes, Harry might have to discard old assumptions about things like electromagnitism and physics to make sense of things. (Can you tell I'm just finishing up a scientific reasoning course. :P)
Balancing the two so neither approach feels like it's always right will give you the most interesting story.