Jesse Kinney11 hours ago
10 Surprising Facts About Star Trek You Never Knew
Star Trek is one of the most iconic and well-known franchises in the world and has been for the past 50+ years. It has seen some of the most iconic actors (William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Patrick ...
Darryl Richie2 days ago
Hidden Figures: Inventions You Didn’t Know Were Created by African-Americans
Did you know George Washington Carver made more than 300 products from peanuts? Did you know Lewis Howard Latimer was a draftsman who worked closely with Thomas Edison and Hiram Maxim while creating t...
Ash Powis2 days ago
The Hudol Chronicles Prologue
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Paul Levinson2 days ago
Review of 'Humans' Season 3 Final Three Episodes
I decided to review the final three episodes of Humans, Season 3, as a single piece, since they're even more closely connected than episodes usually are in this fine series. The upshot of these episod...
Tom Baker3 days ago
The Quick and Dirty Method for Becoming a Psychic Reader
Anyone can become a psychic reader. There are numerous phone services that can be applied to work for as a consultant or representative. You can give readings on the Net, out of your home or even by e...
Kristin Wilson3 days ago
5 Simple Actions You Can Take to Help Save the Oceans
It is now no surprise to anyone that our human waste is piling up. We are finding sea animals beached with stomachs filled with garbage and plastic. We find animals with plastic embedded in their bodi...
Darryl Richie2 days ago
Hidden Figures: Inventions You Didn’t Know Were Created by African-Americans
Did you know George Washington Carver made more than 300 products from peanuts? Did you know Lewis Howard Latimer was a draftsman who worked closely with Thomas Edison and Hiram Maxim while creating t...
Noel Leon7 days ago
Welcome to Noel Leon's Take on "Reality" and an “Alternative..."
Imagine you’re living in a Black Mirror episode where your neurochemistry has been altered by the culture you inhabit. Your very thoughts are mere regurgitations; actions, subconscious reactions. Your...
Nina Ritz14 days ago
The Importance of AI for Cybersecurity
Along with the ever-growing number of online users, the internet of things (IoT) is also getting bigger at a rapid pace. It’s expected that IoT will include 125 billion devices in 2030, in comparison ...
Katy Preen23 days ago
Top Ten Superhumans
In comics and movies, human superpowers are limited by only our imagination. But in real life, there are some talented individuals with skills beyond the reach of ordinary mortals. Myths and legends a...
Matthew Kresala month ago
'Doctor Who': Revisiting "The Ice Warriors"
Doctor Who's fifth season is an interesting one. Essentially one long series of "base under siege" stories, it was the season that gave the series many of its iconic monsters. Coming smack dab in the ...
Going Punk: A Writer's Guide to the Punk Side of Sci-Fi
When you hear the word "punk," what do you think of? Hoodlums on skateboards? Or maybe a kid wearing black eyeliner and their bangs all swept over one eye? Punk means different things to different peo...
Kuri Robot Story
Where did Kuri, the adorable home robot, come from? Submit your Kuri Origin Stories Today! Sponsored by Mayfield Robotics.
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The ultimate collection of movies, books, series, reviews, and more from the galaxy far, far away. May the Force be with you.
NASA
Interplanetary spaceflight, astronauts, and beyond. NASA is leading the exploration into space.
Wildlife Goes Extinct on Our Planet
Earth has had multiple mass extinctions. It will keep happening as a natural evolutionary cycle or perhaps because of the activities of man. The Endangered Species Act was set up in 1973 to save us fr...
Kristin Wilson3 days ago
11 Little Known Facts About Nikola Tesla
Undoubtedly the Most Underrated, Under Acknowledged Man of His Time
Biodegradable Plastics Currently Available
Apparently, there already are two different types of biodegradable plastic on the market that we need to start introducing into manufacturing. These are known as oxo-biodegradable, (oxygen) and hydro-...
Noel Leon7 days ago
Welcome to Noel Leon's Take on "Reality" and an “Alternative..."
Imagine you’re living in a Black Mirror episode where your neurochemistry has been altered by the culture you inhabit. Your very thoughts are mere regurgitations; actions, subconscious reactions. Your...
Kristin Wilsona month ago
6 Signs You're a 'Real Life Divergent'
Some of us just weren't born to fit into the societal norms. We weren't born to thrive at a 9-5 job that barely makes ends meet, to worry day in and day out, to have no control over our lives... to ju...
Lady Sunday2 months ago
Global Warming: We Have Only Been Dangerous to Ourselves
Our human activity is why the things we figured would take a million or so years to begin, are happening right now. It is cause and effect. Yes, I am talking about global warming. Human beings have ki...
SKYLERIZED 3 days ago
Life and Production: S2 E12: The Digital Hustle
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Jessye Gould4 days ago
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Cinder "Rein. It's alright. Just calm down. We'll figure it all out." I rub my hand up and down her back soothingly, feeling slightly awkward. Rein doesn't usually cry, so I do my best to calm her. Sh...
Home? (Part 3)
It’s almost midnight. I know because the ship is silent, as if all the life that it exerts during the day, despite its habitants acting like automated beings throughout, has been sapped inside a black...
Jesus Poncea month ago
Colonizing Space
Now I'm no scientist, but I've been very intrigued by the thoughts for future human civilization. I tend to wonder what our potential is as humans, and as we become more and more advanced in technolog...
Sydney Maddox2 months ago
Violet
I woke up in my cell with an excruciating headache. I was tied to many, many tubes. One to give me nutrients, a couple for my waste. They were beginning to get painful. The freezing air of my cell eas...
Irish Josh Plays2 months ago
The Epidemic
What have we done? This discovery cannot be released to the public. They cannot know that THEY are the cure. There's got to be another way other than this. In March 2020, a containment breach occurred...
Going Punk: A Writer's Guide to the Punk Side of Sci-Fi
When you hear the word "punk," what do you think of? Hoodlums on skateboards? Or maybe a kid wearing black eyeliner and their bangs all swept over one eye? Punk means different things to different peo...
Kelsey Lange9 months 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 Roustan10 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...
Jay Tilden2 months ago
The Abjuration of the Astronomer
You are quiet. Softer than usual—the edge is there, but your eyes sag with exhaustion. You’ve none of your usual confidence, none of the venom that has vanquished so many foolhardy critics. When you e...
G.F. Brynn2 months ago
Alex the Inventor - Chapter 11 (Pt. 2)
Chapters 1 - 11 can be read at: Deep Sky Stories & Illustrations
G.F. Brynn3 months ago
Alex The Inventor - Chapter 11 (Pt.1)
Chapters 1 - 10 can be read at: Deep Sky Stories & Illustrations
Edward German7 months ago
The Art of William Black
William Black is a professional digital artist specializing in science fiction, space travel, and the future. He has done commission artwork for unspecified clients. However he profiles and sells pers...
Reid Moore7 months ago
UFO 'Baptizes' Jesus Christ in 18th Century Painting
An 18th century oil painting by Dutch Master Aert de Gelder appears to depict the baptism of Jesus Christ being aided by bright streams of light emanating from a UFO hovering in the sky above the scen...
Paul Zuniga8 months ago
Artist Mashes Classic 'Jurassic Park' Scenes With Characters From '90s Sitcom 'Dinosaurs'
In the age we live in, fan-made renditions of popular movie scenes and characters have become quite commonplace among online communities. The latest fervor for memes has sparked more interest in artis...
Ash Powis2 days ago
The Hudol Chronicles Prologue
October 17th, 2002 It was a night no one would forget. All across the United Kingdom, battles of magic raged. This was the final stand, the last great battle of these dark times. The United Kingdom Se...
Wil Turner4 days ago
A Tale of Two Hoods
He had grown used to the howling. Adrian pulled the green hood over his blond hair as the wolf howls reached a crescendo. The chorus of shrill voices could be heard every night, even inside the city w...
Denise Willis5 days ago
A Glimpse of Heaven
I woke to the sound of birds singing, butterflies dancing around my face, and a blade of grass tickling my nose. This did not feel like the same place I had fallen asleep only a few hours ago, my stom...
Guidelines for Successful Conduct of First Contact
By contemplating the idea of first contact with an advanced alien civilization, I devised these six guidelines for the official team that will communicate with them. I won't speculate about the compos...
Erin Montgomery2 months ago
Dirty Little Secret
I am not new to strange experiences. I have been steeped in the paranormal and the esoteric for as long as I can remember. But, out of all the weirdness I have experienced in my life (astral travel, p...
Iria Vasquez-Paez2 months ago
Project Blue Book
Project Blue Book started with the Roswell UFO crash of 1947. What the extraterrestrials are doing is studying us as they have watched over us for billions of years, since life began on this planet an...
An Astronaut's Life
The beauty of the moon hanging in the night’s sky has been central to writing for thousands of years. The Greeks and Romans named gods after our planet's only natural satellite, yet today only 24 men ...
Patrick Boniface19 days ago
The Incredible Life of Astronaut Jim Irwin
Jim Irwin will always be remembered as the astronaut who walked on the moon and discovered God. Upon his return from space, he would try to find Noah's Ark amongst many other biblical projects. Sadly,...
Patrick Boniface21 days ago
The Incredible Life of Astronaut and Artist Alan Bean
The fourth man on the moon was nicknamed "Sarsaparilla" because he never touched a drink. He was a methodical, meticulous man who always dotted the I's and crossed the T's. He was also the only astron...
SKYLERIZED 6 days ago
Life and Production: S2 E10: The Fire of His Intellect
Cases With the Prohibition of psychoactive and narcotics and hallucinogens lifted; with the liberation of prescription drugs introduced, problems persisted still. Trevor Lesane aimed to solve such iss...
Nina Ritz14 days ago
The Importance of AI for Cybersecurity
Along with the ever-growing number of online users, the internet of things (IoT) is also getting bigger at a rapid pace. It’s expected that IoT will include 125 billion devices in 2030, in comparison ...
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joe thompson2 months ago
The Race
"Today, the Alpha project surpasses the Beta 2.0, as the United Global Fronts chief A.I. Despite protest from the people's front of global unity Alpha will, unlike its predecessor, not only connect th...
Taylor Walkera month ago
Bad Cinema Corner: 'Le Voyage Dans La Lune' (1902) [Part 4]
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'Ex Machina' – Film Review and Analysis
The rise of automation, the development of artificial intelligence, and the increasing likelihood that robots who look like us and act like us will become major parts of the next few decades of the 21...
Rich Monetti2 months ago
Despite Critics and the Price Tag, 'Waterworld' Has My Approval
What’s so wrong with Waterworld. Kevin Costner and Dennis Hopper battling it out to gain a foot hold in this post environmental apocalypse at sea. Yeah, I like the 1995 action adventure with an enviro...
Liza Sagutoa month ago
Here Come the Tricorders
Despite advances in medicine, access to medical care remains an obstacle for many. Cost, transportation, and even the availability of healthcare are all barriers preventing many from getting the care they need. But what if there was a device that could provide medical care almost anywhere on the planet or even off it? Fifty years ago, Star Trek introduced small, hand-held devices called tricorders that could do almost everything from determining the content of a strange substance to help doctors...
Devon Thomasa month ago
Coolest Futuristic Armor That Actually Exists
My son Jarret loves sci fi! So I like to scour the internet for stuff from his favorite sci-fi movies that's in the works right now. Turns out companies and governments are actually hard at work tryin...
Are You Ready for aCommerce?
You read it right, aCommerce. This is what comes after eCommerce and stands for Automated Commerce—companies using algorithms and artificial intelligence to gain more efficiency from both the side of ...