Joel Eisenberg20 hours ago
The Final Word, Maybe. How 'Star Wars: Episode 9' Can Work and Tie Together the Entire Saga
So you detested The Last Jedi, and you signed the petition to have that ill-fated episode stricken from canon. The effort will go nowhere, and though I’m one of those fans who abjectly loved the film,...
SKYLERIZED a day ago
Entry Devices
The surface seemed like talcum powder. Soft and giving yet somehow a bit firm. Two women prepared to walk out from the Martian module and experience the landscape firsthand. One woman, Commander Wanda...
Review—'Doctor Who: The Mega'
Given its more than 50 year history, it comes as no surprise that there would be stories written for Doctor Who on TV that never got made. From 2009 to 2013, Big Finish produced a sizable number of th...
Andrea Dawsona day ago
A Novel Solution for Efficient and Durable Deep-Space Electronics
For all of recorded human history, we've dreamed of what was beyond the sky. It's a topic that has intrigued us for millennia, and as a species, we've deemed it central to answering our most fundament...
Auti Landa day ago
Palmistry
Palmistry is believed to have originated from India spreading through China, Europe, Greece and eventually Europe. An ancient practice that has been around for many centuries. Your life story is drawn...
'Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind'
Here is the back story of the movie if you never heard of this anime film. This movie is set in a future Earth where there was an apocalypse that destroyed most of the world's ecosystem. The remaining...
WatchMojo 9 days ago
Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently
What a fascinating time to be alive! Welcome to Watchmojo.com, and today we're counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently." For this list, we’re looking at th...
Lewis Jefferies20 days ago
Amazon Prime Blunder Releases New ‘Doctor Who’ Episode Days Before Its Premiere
Doctor Who Series 11 has taken off on a high start with the viewing figures for the opening episode “The Woman Who Fell to Earth” now exceeding 11 million viewers. The series penned by new showrunner,...
Jonathan Sima month ago
The Culture of Star Wars: How Fans Ruined the Franchise, Not Disney
Disney ruined Star Wars! They're trying to cram their feminist SJW political beliefs down our throats and they made a bunch of terrible Star Wars movies where they ruined Luke Skywalker! Why can't Geo...
Matthew Kresala month ago
'Doctor Who: The Eyeless' Review
The return of Doctor Who to our screens in 2005 meant an end to fifteen years of ongoing literary adventures for the Time Lord. Though the novels spawned during that period were always technically "TV...
Danielle Murray2 months ago
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 Wyld2 months ago
Rebranding a Religion
We have witnessed many rebranding efforts in the annals of marketing history. Some have been spectacular successes, while others, well, not so good! According to a recent Forbes article on the subject...
Kuri Robot Story
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How to Deal with Rising Sea Levels
Rising sea levels will happen within the next 20 years regardless of whether you believe in climate change or not. A solution to this problem is to build fleets of submarines and tankers designed to h...
Chrissy Brunecz4 days ago
Bio-Luminescence
Bacteria That Glow
WatchMojo 9 days ago
Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently
What a fascinating time to be alive! Welcome to Watchmojo.com, and today we're counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Made Recently." For this list, we’re looking at th...
Blueprints for a New Society
This will be a rather ambitious 600 words, but I am definitely up for the challenge. I want to briefly outline some of the key factors that I feel are an essential part of moving ahead in a sustainabl...
r. nuñeza month ago
La Lengua del Diablo
When I was very young, a neighbor lady told me a Mexican fable, which asserted that a gossip can do what the devil cannot. The pointed significance of the story was that in a time and place of more si...
Astrology Daily2 months 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...
Thomas Phelps6 days ago
White Hat
I watched carefully as my opponent tested the waters, taking a couple steps forward. I let him, waiting to see what he would do. I could see him put something together, slowly trying to figure out how...
SKYLERIZED 11 days ago
Cyborgs Like Us
Her eyes fluttered for a few seconds. It happened like this every workday. Her alarm clock under her eyelids reflected the time: six thirty. Tyquinae Sandifer would wake up to the skies, a grayness cl...
Ian Byrd14 days ago
Raging Stars
Journal entry 645—Year 3818 Heat bakes the dry desert sands of this copper colored world. Rare swirls of weak wind pick up grains of sand and drop them mere inches from where they started. It has been...
Shane Cook17 days ago
What Is Global Warming?
In this paper we will be doing a critique on National Geography’s article "What Is Global Warming?" National Geographic has been around for many years. There is not one author that wrote this article,...
Shane Cook18 days ago
Will Pollution End Us?
With the way we are going with carbon dioxide pollution saturating the air, will the world begin to expel us to cleans itself? Will we, as people, learn to respect the earth in time to reverse what we...
Carlos Guerra4 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 ...
Toni Velagic2 months 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 Abdeljalil6 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...
SKYLERIZED a day ago
Entry Devices
The surface seemed like talcum powder. Soft and giving yet somehow a bit firm. Two women prepared to walk out from the Martian module and experience the landscape firsthand. One woman, Commander Wanda...
Amanda Rose18 days ago
Folk Tales Podcast Interviews Science Fiction Author Amanda Rose About Upcoming Series
If there's one thing we science fiction junkies can't get enough of, it's good content. There never seems to be enough new gripping science fiction movies, TV shows, or books. We. Devour. Them. Partic...
Cassia Gracea month ago
7 Seconds
Either it was funny to view life through the tiny lenses of their devices, or they knew something I didn't know as I entered through the train doors. I plop into the nearest seat. "This train is heade...
Lindsi Wernera month ago
The Two Mysteries of Our World
This drawing I started was one of a kind for me. I had a friend come up to me and ask if I can make a tattoo design for her, not knowing what I was getting myself into. I truly love the experience tha...
Courtney Forda month ago
Jump into Animation
A computer-generated image is an image taken from one format and is put through different software to create a realistic image. You can also combine CGI images with other images to make them look even...
Edward Germana year 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...
S.M. TOZER7 days ago
Don't Kiss Me (Ch. 4)
A 17-year-old, Raven Fields, never being kissed before is a bit abnormal nowadays. Though in Raven's case, he's never been normal and he knows it because of his succubus mother. With a human father, h...
S.M. TOZER14 days ago
Don't Kiss Me (Ch. 3)
A 17-year-old, Raven Fields, never being kissed before is a bit abnormal nowadays. Though in Raven's case, he's never been normal and he knows it because of his succubus mother. With a human father, h...
Maria Crank16 days ago
Unforeseen Forces
It was a crisp southern fall morning. The breeze was more like an old snowman’s breath, cool and light. The sky was a soft rich blue. Mommy duties complete nature offered a break in time. A core recha...
Rowan Marley15 days ago
People Recall Their Experiences With the Real Men in Black
In the fall of 2018, news finally broke out about the latest addition to the Men in Black franchise, and I couldn't be more excited. Men in Black 4 has already reached production and that means that u...
Simon Mcbride20 days ago
First Contact
When it comes to thinking about first contact scenarios we tend to default to imagining humanity versus a more advanced alien race. Typically this comes in the form of massive spaceships orbiting the ...
Erin Montgomerya month ago
Don't I Know You?
My husband is a musician. As such, I often find myself tucked into a corner somewhere, sending messages to the universe that I hopefully go unnoticed. Tonight, I am seated in a small room, in a chair ...
Andrea Dawsona day ago
A Novel Solution for Efficient and Durable Deep-Space Electronics
For all of recorded human history, we've dreamed of what was beyond the sky. It's a topic that has intrigued us for millennia, and as a species, we've deemed it central to answering our most fundament...
The Multiverse Chronicles
Welcome to the first entry to the Multiverse Chronicles series. My name is Richard Johnston and the idea behind this series is to help writers come up with ideas for any story where they want to explo...
Steven Altman7 days ago
Arctic Circle and Space
Venture far enough north in the freezing climate of Norway, Finland and Sweden and you may be a little surprised to come across satellites and facilities located in the middle of nowhere. Stumbling up...
Johann Hollar21 days ago
Flesh to Metal
I am well aware of the Cyber Initiative based on the Mortal Kombat game seen above. I am also aware that in the series it was taken down by Sub-Zero. But I am not here to discuss the fictitious world ...
Sophie Ross21 days ago
What Happens if AI Doesn’t Live Up to the Hype?
Popular opinion has it that artificial intelligence is the future—machine learning has delivered some groundbreaking technologies in the hands of the human race that will change the way people live, w...
Jackie Barrows22 days ago
Our Possible Future with Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence has been in a state of major advancement and growth most especially over the last decade. Some of these latest advancements include concepts such as IoT (Internet of Things), w...
David Savagea month ago
'Riddick X Predator'
Crossovers were once the rage when it came to movie icons, with the concept seemly dying off a little. But there are some very interesting crossovers that I would love to see in my lifetime. One cross...
Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
10 Worst Sci-Fi Movies of All Time
Most movie genres have seen their fair share of bad movies. From poorly acted dramas to romantic comedies that really don't elicit a chuckle, every genre has some painfully bad eggs in a movie lineup....
Peter P2 months 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...
Marshall Barnesa month ago
What to Get Those 2 Silicon Valley Billionaires Who'll Be Stuck Here Because the Simulated Universe Doesn't Exist?
"Imagine, being back in the late 70s, in the days where the home computer revolution was just starting to take off, except for one thing - Instead of Jobs and Gates starting it all in those home garages, it's you!" That's the way I imagine a sales pitch to the still, unidentified, two Silicon Valley billionaires who are allegedly funding (or want to fund) research that will break them out of what they believe to be the simulated universe that we all exist in. As I reported in my original article...
Patricia Sarkar2 months 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 Saguto6 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...