K.E. Lanning10 hours ago
Review of Mary Doria Russell’s 'The Sparrow' Series - the 20th Anniversary
Author Mary Doria Russell was born in Elmhurst, Illinois, into a military family, her father a drill instructor in the Marines and her mother a nurse in the Navy. Raised a Catholic, she left the churc...
Christopher Royce10 hours ago
Baseless Speculation About the Star Wars Casting News
Recently, there was a flurry of casting news for the still-untitled ninth episode of the Star Wars saga. Directed by J.J. Abrams, Episode IX will feature stars of The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi D...
Matthew Trundle10 hours ago
Black Mirror’s "Be Right Back" Shows How Technology Disturbs Our Most Human Processes
Looking back at Black Mirror’s second season the three episodes (well, four if you want to include the extra anthological and probably the most cynical Christmas special ever) that we’re presented wit...
Peter P11 hours ago
'At First Light' (2018)
Summary The film follows a high school senior, Alex Lainey, who has an encounter with mysterious lights that appear over her small town. She soon develops dangerous, supernatural abilities and turns t...
Kaitlyn Maura16 hours ago
Expect the Unexpected: October 2018's Full Moon in Taurus
This month's full moon will take place on October 24th at 12:45 PM EST at 1'13 degrees Taurus. How will it affect you?
Matthew Kresal16 hours ago
'Doctor Who': "Rosa" Review
When Doctor Who began in 1963, its creators intended for it to be at least semi-educational. Indeed, it was part of the reason why time travel became a part of the show's fabric with historical advent...
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Top 5 'Doctor Who' Episodes: The Ninth Doctor's Era
Recently, I decided to watch the 2005+ run of Doctor Who from the beginning. This article will be part of a series where I'll pick my top episodes for each Doctor starting with Nine. The number of epi...
David Wyld13 days ago
Rebranding a Religion
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Kathy Bugajsky23 days ago
What Is 'The Phantom Edit'? Part 1: A Brief Backstory
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Matthew Trundlea month ago
"San Junipero" Is Black Mirror’s Hallmark Episode and Is Definitely Worthy of That Title
Throughout the first and second seasons of Charlie Brooker’s anthology series Black Mirror what became expected of the show was for each individual episode, no matter what the setting or premise, woul...
Gabriel Meroa month ago
Seven of Nine Is the Best 'Star Trek' Character
Growing up, I was never into Star Trek at all. I knew what it was, I had a basic knowledge of what it was about, but I never watched it. I didn't watch a lot of TV shows as a kid—not adult ones. I lik...
Brian Bandell2 months ago
Aliens More Likely Small Than Big
The most visual way to depict the first alien contact is a ship with blinding light descending from the sky or crashing to Earth, followed by sizable beings making an appearance. Usually, these aliens...
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Rishi Das6 days ago
The Physics Behind Newton's Cradle
This is an object you've probably seen before, maybe as a desk toy or at an institute—whatever, the point is you've seen it. Five metal spheres in a straight line that hang from thin metal wires, it i...
Chrissy Brunecz6 days ago
Hox Genes and the Evolution of Snake-Body Form
Abstract: Regulation of the vertebrate axial skeleton and the driving force behind the evolution of new body forms are due to Hox genes. Many hypotheses over the years have risen using Hox genes to ex...
Astrology Daily13 days ago
Venus In Retrograde
When the planet that rules love, beauty and money just so happens to reverse it's spin every eighteen months, you could expect things to get messy on the love front, especially with this retrograde ta...
Kaitlyn Maura17 days ago
How Venus Retrograde 2018 Will Affect Your Sign
On October 5, Venus will station retrograde at 10 degrees Scorpio before traveling back to 25 degrees Libra on November 16. Here's what it means for your sign. If you'd like to know more about what Ve...
Deltora J20 days ago
Life as a Simulation
Have you ever wondered if there is a greater system at work on a universal scale? Or if we are going to get so advanced that we will create our own little simulation experiments? Me, neither. However,...
Jonathon Moreno2 days ago
Unreal: Book 1
Chapter 2. The night wind was cold. There was more going on that night. The sound of alien movement could be heard around us. They had the idea to try and deceive us by way of entrapment. Our company ...
M Holcombe4 days ago
Artificial (Chapter Seven)
Warren vomited. Submarines were far worse than airplanes, he decided. They informed him that this one was luxurious compared to the NAU subs. Let's not find out. He rinsed his face and headed to the c...
The World Ended in Blue
"A miracle is a fictional thing that never existed and never will."
Carlos Guerra2 months ago
'The Avengers,' Space Force and Our Real American Heroes
We, the American people, have been most certainly blessed with a nation that defends our personal safety constantly. We lead relatively safer lives on a day to day basis, In comparison to many of the ...
Joseph Duran2 months ago
Slow Down, Clean Energy
It’s 2018, an age of progression and advancement. We’re experiencing a whole new era of technological innovations. Some might argue that we’re living in a second industrial revolution. As technology a...
Cosmic Peak3 months ago
5 Things You Need to Know About Climate Change
Human-induced climatic change is becoming more and more prevalent as the years go by. However, there is still a mashup of conflicting information and interests surrounding this sometimes controversial...
Toni Velagic16 days ago
10 Fantasy Authors You Need in Your Library
My first loves in life were books. Specifically fantasy novels. I would read them every day before school, after school, and before bed. You could always find a book in my hand. Fantasy as a genre has...
Skylar Abdeljalil5 months ago
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 Langea year 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...
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Tom Forrest4 days ago
Carriage Politics
The train creaked as it wound its way along the fresh tracks to Austin, Texas. Belching smoke from a metal chimney that burned to the touch, it had left Santa Fe this morning, under the haze of an exc...
Aaron Cline11 days ago
Demons Run
I ran to the right, but still they were right behind me. It seemed that no matter how fast I ran I could not escape the dark forces that were chasing me. I decided it was time to face them since there...
Aisha Hood 15 days ago
Silent Night
12 years ago “Mom where you taking me?!” My cries and pleads wasn’t being heard as my feet shuffled against the ground. The iron crib of mom’s hand cutting off circulation of blood in my arm, as we da...
Edward German10 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 Moore10 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 Zunigaa year 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...
Dania Diab2 days ago
Know It All - Part 2
“Thanks to that little scene we’re about 10 minutes behind. It’s lucky that classes haven’t ended yet. I just hope the door is still open…” I didn’t know what she was talking about and I didn’t bother...
Dania Diab2 days ago
Know It All
I was sitting in class when it happened... It was supposed to be a good day... I was supposed to go home and celebrate my mom’s birthday... I was never afraid of anything as much as I was afraid of my...
Keep Calm, Eh? Pt 3
“Hey, can I get a chicken shawarma wrap, with extra garlic sauce and pickled turnips please!” I love this place, Shawarma Emperor, serves the best Shawarma plate and wrap this side of the Atlantic. Te...
Erin Montgomery6 days ago
The Good, the Bad, and the Downright Ridiculous
So often experiencers (those who have been in contact with alien beings—otherwise known as abductees or contactees), myself included, focus on the negative aspects of alien contact. Do you blame us? W...
WatchMojo 12 days ago
Top 10 Hottest Aliens from Movies and TV
They might not be real, but it's not like you would have had a chance with em' anyway. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down the top 10 hottest aliens from movies and TV. Just to k...
Top 10 Compelling Assumptions About Aliens
Might we expect a positive arrival of alien in the future?
Lady Sunday2 months ago
When Our Earth Stops Spinning
If our Earth stopped spinning quickly, two important elements of our planet would continue their movements: The crust of the Earth can move hundreds of miles a day and would continue this pattern, and...
Danny Fleming3 months ago
Journey to Mars
The planet Mars has been an object of interest to many for many years. There have been many science fiction books about traveling to Mars. Several books have been written about "Martians" that are ext...
Patrick Boniface3 months ago
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 ...
Amber Nasers7 days ago
A Choice for the Future
“Dr. Wilde?” The sound of that voice caused Dr. Wilde’s hair to prick as there was a particular coldness to the tone, almost an unholiness. Turning around, Dr. Wilde peered at the man who had called h...
Mochi Mirangue3 months ago
Are We in a Chinese Room?
Philosophy is one of the things that I think truly makes humans, well, human. It goes beyond simply having a consciousness, instead, it leads to us questioning what consciousness even is. How do we tr...
SKYLERIZED 3 months 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...
Peter P11 hours ago
'At First Light' (2018)
Summary The film follows a high school senior, Alex Lainey, who has an encounter with mysterious lights that appear over her small town. She soon develops dangerous, supernatural abilities and turns t...
Extremely Strange Sex Scenes in Sci-Fi Movies
Science fiction is all about the strange, the exotic, and the question of, "what if?" It's a genre of fiction that really allows us to explore all the different possibilities in every facet of human l...
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Brian 19 days ago
'The Predator' Review
I've been a fan of the original Predator movie for a long time. I thought it was clever, fun, and exciting. I was also a little kid when I first saw that movie. I recently re-watched the original movi...
Patricia Sarkar21 days ago
The Increasing Role of Cybersecurity in the Future
Today, we judge about cybersecurity measures such as VPNs or firewalls as solutions to specifically protect our data traffic and privacy online. This is not to be underestimated – during the last deca...
Liza Saguto4 months 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 Thomas5 months 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...