Eva Lee14 hours ago
How Agriculture Contributes to Economic Development
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Nancy D20 hours ago
Aquaculture and Its Damage to Mother Earth
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Lewis Jefferies2 days ago
Gomez Out, Tikaram In? Could 'Primeval' & 'Game of Thrones' Actor Become the New Master in 'Doctor Who?'
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Bones Hamilton2 days ago
A River Runs Through It
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Jess Marshall2 days ago
I'm Jewish, but Also Not
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Serena Fix2 days ago
Being a Medium
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Sarah McDaniel11 days ago
False Vacuum Theory
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How 'Black Mirror' Changed My Social Media Habits
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David Grice25 days ago
Review: 'Pacific Rim: Uprising'
While the first Pacific Rim film had over-the-top characters and was very silly in tone, it had great action, stunning visual effects, and was really fun. That was mainly thanks to Guillermo Del Toro ...
2018 Nebula Award Nominees Are Coming to You in Audiobook Format!
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Joe Clarkea month ago
The Problem with the Problem with Plastic
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AstroReality a month ago
10 Facts About Earth's Moon You Probably Didn’t Know About
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Sarah McDaniel11 days ago
False Vacuum Theory
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How Psychic Ability Can Be Used in Archaeology
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Oliver White23 days ago
Fusion With Our Past
Fusion energy has been known as the gateway to our civilization's future. Fusion reactions yield the largest amount of energy per unit of mass than any other reaction that we know of, and it is in our...
Maurice Bernier11 days ago
Cave Man Versus Condo Man
One day, I quickly left the house, got all the way to my destination, and then immediately returned home...because I forgot my cell phone. On the way back to my original destination, I remember saying...
Cosmic Peak16 days ago
The Prognosis for Our Planet
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Human Species, Did We Screw Up?
The human species: supposedly the most intelligent beings on our planet. Yet what type of intelligent creature destroys their only home? You see most intelligent creatures adapt to their environment, ...
Science Fiction Terms You Should Know and How They Originated
If there was one thing that Orwell's 1984 got right, it's the insane effect that language has on reality. The moment that a word seems to be invented, it has an impact on humanity's overall state of b...
r. nuñez9 days ago
Remember What Might Happen
About the Micropolicians It is a panel of eleven. Someone is thinking. The little people are hardly more than insects. We have found them to be rather irksome at times. We start to drill a well, we be...
Jessica Perez 9 days ago
The Beginning of Kuri
In the end, there was nothing but darkness. The human race had caused their own demise with technological advancements that slowly destroyed the only Earth they had, and we were left with nothing but ...
M.H. Dillinger4 days ago
2084: Dream On Dreamer Boy
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Erica Flakea month ago
Legitimized Paranoia
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SKYLERIZED 2 months ago
Life and Production: S1 E7: Forte
Dizzying On the electronic wall-sized smart board, a dizzying array of numbers and symbols filled up the space. Each character meant something and therefore allowed the onlooker the chance to understa...
Kelsey Lange6 months ago
Coolest Observatories and Planetariums in the US
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Pierre Roustan7 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 Sullivan9 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
G.F. Brynn13 days ago
Alex The Inventor - Chapter 10 (Pt. 2)
Chapters 1 - 10 can be read at: Deep Sky Stories & Illustrations
Syzygy Storiesa month ago
Eradicate - Part 1
The body was not disturbed for what looked like a week. The fingers and arms appeared black while oozing an orange fluid. Preliminary observations suggest a male in his mid to upper 50s. There appears...
Katie Moorea month ago
The Survivors: Chapter Two
As the sun began to set, I started to shove things into my bag. My heart raced as I grabbed as much off the shelves as I could. I packed our first aid supplies, our remaining food and water, a flashli...
Edward German4 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 Moore4 months ago
UFO 'Baptizes' Jesus Christ in 18th Century Painting
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Paul Zuniga4 months ago
Artist Mashes Classic 'Jurassic Park' Scenes With Characters From '90s Sitcom 'Dinosaurs'
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Domino: The Awakening - Final Chapter
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Richard Jones3 days ago
The Accident
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Elysa Noelle4 days ago
Writer's Toolbox—Story 1
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Top 5 Theories Why We Haven't Found Aliens Yet
One of the main points is that, with the billions of star systems, at least a few must have developed life similar to Earth's, and even with the "slow" interstellar travel we have today, the Milky Way...
The Extra Terrestrial Triad of Being Had
It has been almost 75 years now since Roswell and still not one thing has happened with all the time and energy being spent by so-called experts in the field of Searching for Extraterrestrial Intellig...
Is the Moon Landing Extra Terrestrial Misdirection?
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K Stephen Hauser24 days ago
NASA's Dark Origins
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Dangers of Lightspeed
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Jake Thomasa month ago
Space: The Final Frontier
Man has always had a desire to explore. The Earth was the first place to explore. Christopher Columbus explored and discovered North America. Lewis and Clark traveled across America in search of the N...
Vincent Tyminski10 days ago
Jibo, the World's First Social Home Robot That Will Leave You Stunned
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Frank Bencomo24 days ago
Kuri the Curator
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David Fox25 days ago
Kuri's Story
#KuriStory #HeyKuri Richards sighed, peering with disdain over his glasses at the mess of electronic detritus scattered across his workbench. The garage was cold and draughty—especially in the dead of...
Best Cult Sci-Fi Anime Movies
Anime has been one of the most powerful cartoon genres ever created, and has become synonymous with Japanese culture. Though we all know about classic anime series like Pokémon and Naruto, a lot of th...
David Fox15 days ago
Everything We Know About 'Blade Runner 2'
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David Fox15 days ago
'Arrival': A Triumph of Smart Sci-Fi
It can be hard to pick a favourite genre. But for me, it's easy. I've always been captivated by #sciencefiction. As a teen I didn't get my #scifi kicks at the cinema, but instead got them through nove...
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 ...
Rachel Browna month ago
7 Things You Didn’t Know about Code-breaking Before Computers
Anyone that has watched any crime show or movie, knows that in this day and age, computer hacking, encryption, decryption and what-not is all a big part of catching the bad guys. Modern technology has...
The Coolest Futuristic Guns That Actually Exist
When you hear about cool and futuristic guns your first thoughts are probably about science fiction movies where these guns couldn't possibly exist. Well, you'd be surprised to know that some of these...