RoAnna Sylver5 hours ago
'Star Trek: Discovery' Theme Pays Tribute To The Past While Looking To The Future
Have you heard? The new opening theme for Star Trek: Discovery has been released – and it's great. It holds to the Trek tradition of orchestral instrumentals (we can all ignore the theme from Enterpri...
RoAnna Sylver5 hours ago
Too Cool To Live: 10 Inspirational 'Star Trek' Characters Whose Memories Will Always Live On
Since The Original Series' launch in 1966, Star Trek has given us an incredible universe across both the big and small screen, filled with faraway planets, fascinating aliens, and super cool character...
Tom Chapman8 hours ago
Dr. Lecter Returns: Is Anthony Hopkins The Real Villain Of Westworld?
Everything began to short-circuit and the curtain started to fall in the fourth episode of #Westworld, "Dissonance Theory," as a surprising new menace reared its head. Beyond the fact of "Oh my God, i...
RoAnna Sylver8 hours ago
The Not-The-Captain's Log: The Trouble With Tribbles
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RoAnna Sylver8 hours ago
The Not-The-Captain's Log: The Naked Time
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RoAnna Sylver9 hours ago
How 'Star Trek: Discovery' Just Might Save Trek — And Possibly Even TV Itself
It’s a good time to be a Star Trek fan. We’re in the middle of what feels like a Trek Renaissance, with the franchise enjoying a popularity it hasn’t since The Next Generation’s heyday in the '90s, th...
Max Farrow3 days ago
Boba Fett's Son & 4 Other Theories About Benicio Del Toro's Character In 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
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April Demarco12 days ago
Best Movies About the Moon
With no weather, no oceans, and no atmosphere, the Earth's only natural satellite is the Moon. As the fifth largest moon in the solar system, the Earth's Moon will forever be interesting, as well as c...
Eden Roquelaire21 days ago
5 Underappreciated Sci-Fi Shows
With so many amazing television shows out there, it can be hard to know where to turn your attention next. Here are five TV shows, some old, some ongoing, that are worth your perusal.
George Hermana month ago
Best Space Western Sci-Fi Books
They are often misconstrued among the oscillating worlds of science fiction, but it's about time the best space western sci-fi books get the recognition they deserve. Don't know what a space western s...
Simon Mcbridea month ago
The Kardashev Scale
Nikolai Kardashev is a little known Russian astrophysicist—certainly in regards to the current phenomena of science-related pop-culture icons, but despite this, some of his ideas have seeped in throug...
Underrated Foreign Language Sci-Fi Films
Over the years, many countries around the world have tried their hand at creating great science fiction. Most of the best science fiction films of all time, if you ask mainstream audiences, come from ...
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Giant Space Cigar: New Observations Show Weird Interstellar Asteroid is 'like Nothing Seen Before'
A few weeks ago, something surprising happened when astronomers noticed an odd object moving quickly through the Solar System. Being on a large looping trajectory, it was first thought to be a previou...
Dr. Williams9 days ago
Common Ground
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for nations to come together for the common good of humanity. When over sixteen thousand scientists recently agreed on one aspect of the future...
Kader Folles12 days ago
The Ocean Is Important. How Important?
Without the ocean, we simply wouldn't survive! We ALL rely on it, even those who live miles away from the shore. The ocean covers nearly three-quarters of the earth's surface and holds 97% of the plan...
Chris Coleman20 days ago
Language of Wonder
Throughout history the question has arisen many times as to what makes us human. What differentiates us from the common ape? Science has shown we share a majority of our DNA with other wild primates. ...
Dan Shouinard3 months ago
What Does the World Have Left In the Tank?
Mother Nature cries every time we slap her in the face...and now she is returning the hurt.
Sarah McDaniel3 months ago
The Science of Belief
As a child, I grew up with a very confusing set of morals. On one side was my father, whose family had no belief in God or anything of the sort; on the other hand was my mother's family, who were extr...
G.F. Brynn3 days ago
Alex The Inventor-Chapter 8 (Pt.2)
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SKYLERIZED 3 days ago
Rew Is in Ruin
The leather straps were the toughest. Their difficulty made up for their tan blandness. They had a weird way of snaking across the abdomen and restricting the wrists. Bulkin Leathers manufactured them...
Georgie Cox5 days ago
There are two definitions of the word barren. In relation to land, describing a place as barren would suggest that the land was too poor to produce much or any vegetation. But people can be barren, to...
Eve Tawfick3 days ago
Life in 2050
2017 has given the planet its fair share of miseries and it's hard not to imagine oneself in the distant future, far away from the incessant click of phones and barrage of selfies (including my own, c...
Simon Mcbridea month ago
Relativistic Kill Vehicle
Warfare is constantly progressing, constantly changing. During World War II we pitted troops against each other on great fields of war in ways in which we haven’t seen since. Modern battles are fought...
Simon Mcbridea month ago
The Kardashev Scale
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Kelsey Lange23 days ago
Coolest Observatories and Planetariums in the US
When is the last time you learned something about the universe? Observatories and planetariums are often overlooked compared to museums, aquariums, zoos, and galleries — and that's a shame! The cooles...
Pierre Roustan3 months ago
5 Articles About Earth and the Creatures on It That'll Shock the Crap Out of You
The scary thing about the fact that this kind of stuff actually does happen -- or will happen, or has happened right under our noses -- is that on the surface it's meh. I mean, so what! And that's par...
Matthew Sullivan4 months ago
My Personal Ranking of Star Wars Movies
Eligible Movies: The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, Rogue One, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Force Awakens
Aidan O'Kane12 days ago
Neurothought Issue 0
Shanghai, China. Beautiful city during both day and night, but what's under the city is the part they'd prefer to keep hidden. Drug runners, human trafficking, every crime you could possibly think of....
Legit Alley21 days ago
=•Sam's POV•= "SAM GET YOUR BUTT OUT OF BED OR ELSE YOU WILL BE LATE FOR SCHOOL!" My sister yelled from the outside of my closed door. I let out a loud and tired moan as I rolled over, out of bed, and...
Joseph Farleya month ago
Best New Sci-Fi Books
The best sci-fi books always feel sort of new, that's part of their wide appeal. While many folks like to stick to classic sci-fi, there are many great new writers doing amazing things, and that's why...
Jay Vergara4 days ago
You Have To See This Disney Princes x Star Wars Crossover!
Artist Phill Berry has taken your favorite Disney princesses and given them a Star Wars inspired makeover in this awesome art series. This concept has been done a few times and it's honestly one of my...
Bill Shaffir21 days ago
H.R. Giger's 'Necronomicon'
Necronomicon is the first major published compendium of images by influential Swiss artist H.R. Giger. The book became very popular in the world of sci-fi, and it was famously given to director Ridley...
History in Layers: The Work of Simon Kregar Jr.
While photographs are great for accurately capturing historical elements, sometimes they are out of focus or miss something that is just out of frame. Enter the artist. When a trained artist takes a h...
Ania W3 days ago
Prologue: Young Adult Fantasy Novel
Constantine Grigorov thought that the merciless wind would freeze him to death. If he wasn’t dead already. Technically dead. His white, waxy skin hadn’t felt an icy kiss of cold for centuries or a war...
Luna Rose5 days ago
The War That Shook the Earth
Love is no small thing in the supernatural world, even if the word is much different. Love in the supernatural world signifies a lifelong bond rather than a fleeting feeling. If you lose the one you l...
Chelsea Turner5 days ago
Voices of the Live Ones: Chap 1 Pt 1
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Kelly Hawks7 days ago
Breaking News—Evidence of Alien Life Has Been Found!
Have our hopes and dreams finally become a reality? Have we finally discovered that alien life really does exist? The answer: no, we haven't... Not yet at least. We have yet to hear a truthful and sci...
Joe Baines17 days ago
The World as We Know It (Pt. 1)
The world as we know it can be a fascinating place. A place where we can adventure into the unknown, and obviously that's where this is heading. Perhaps a space adventure that we take too far or a cro...
Simon Mcbride18 days ago
Invasion Earth
Alien invasions of Earth have been a staple of science fiction storytelling since H.G. Wells. From then to today we have had stories of humanity versus an alien threat retold to us in many different w...
What Was the Solar System's Mysterious Interstellar Visitor Last Week?
Last week, something unusual was detected moving through the Solar System, a small object which didn't seem to behave like any known comets or asteroids. In fact, its behaviour suggested that it origi...
Simon Mcbridea month ago
Interstellar Object
One of the first sci-fi books I ever read was Rendevzous With Rama by Arthur C. Clarke. I was only about twelve years old, and it left a lasting impression. My imagination has been running overtime fo...
ULA Launches Classified NROL-52 Payload for the NRO
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — With a mighty roar, and after a string of delays, United Launch Alliance (ULA) finally sent the classified NROL-52 mission to orbit on behalf of the National Reconnaissance Offi...
SKYLERIZED 4 days ago
Like Luthiers
For all of the contraptions that the company Zeroth Robots, could dream up, there remained a most special device. This appliance didn’t do your homework for you. No, it didn’t wash your face for you o...
Joel Jackson5 days ago
Mashed Potatoes
Beep Boop thought the robot. He woke up for the first time 4 minutes 18 seconds ago. They told him he was a robot 4 minutes 12 seconds ago. The word disturbed a graveyard of buried images. He saw glim...
Kafui Okpattah15 days ago
Can Robots Dream of Human Emotion?
Artificial intelligence is a theme that we avid film watchers can never resist. There are many awful representations out there, but when cleverly portrayed and explored, it exposes deep philosophical ...
Tisha Eaton10 hours ago
'Tron 3' No Longer a Possibility
The original Tron movie came out on July 2, 1982. While it is considered a flop, it did get quite the cult following, so much so that it garnered a sequel in 2010 called Tron: Legacy. While many of th...
Tom Chapman3 days ago
From Alpha Prime To Zathura: The A To Z Of Sci-Fi
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Max Farrow3 days ago
The Curious Case of Ben Kenobi — Why Does Obi-Wan Age So Quickly?
With the release of the awesome Rogue One: A Star War Story, Lucasfilm is continuing to expand the vast and compelling Star Wars universe. From kyber crystals, to Darth Vader’s injuries and his formid...
Athena Maverick 10 days ago
Beware Modern Technology
The gleaming, shiny surface of my new MacBook Pro shone like a beacon as the Best Buy guy set up my new computer. I sat as still as I possibly could while I watched the technician fiddle with cords an...
Knighten Cooper3 months ago
The World's Metamorphosis
I leveled the sword against my opponent. "I challenge you to a duel. Winner takes the throne." The king stood up and while removing his crown and outer cloak replied, "So be it." He lunged forward whi...
Made in DNA3 months ago
Screaming Metal (Part 015)
There didn't seem to be rhyme or reason to the timing of the outbursts. She needed to calm herself, lest she trigger a collapse and join Il'on and the rest of the junk here in eternal obscurity. As be...