Pa Yeng Moua7 hours ago
Chapter 1: Because I Said Yes
I opened my eyes and turned to the left side of my bed, the windows. I could not see any sunlight, the night was still peepin’ in. I blinked then grabbed my iPod touch generation 5. I pressed the powe...
Brianna Price2 days ago
The Complicated and Untimely Departing of Sarah Re' - Chapter 2
As my mind reeled about what Marlene said to me back in the room with the many dresses, I pondered. When she finally settled on a way to style my hair; curly tendrils wrapped in an ornate bun with gol...
Adam Wallace3 days ago
'Deep Space Nine' - The Bravest Trek Series Turns 25!
Hello, and welcome back to Second Chances where I shine the light on the overlooked, and it so happens that today's overlooked is a birthday boy! 25 years ago, the first Star Trek spin-off series not ...
'The Prisoner' - Volume 2 Review
The first volume of Nicholas Briggs' remake of the classic ITC series The Prisoner was a risky move for Big Finish. After all, a remake in 2009 had failed to take off, and since then, rebooting the franchise had seemed a risky prospect. I suspect that even Big Finish didn't expect the first volume to take off as much as it did. And, just as that first volume was one of the best releases of 2016, this second set of four stories is one of the best releases of the year as well. All four stories are...
Best Science Documentaries on Netflix
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Joshua Sanchez6 days ago
The Fandom Menace
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Caleb Sherman14 days ago
Looking Forward to Legendary 'Dune'
Dune, Frank Herbert's 1965 science fiction masterpiece and the series that followed, should be the cinematic master series of the 21st century. In a cinema culture dominated by the continuing Star War...
Darryl Richie25 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 Leona month 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 Ritza month 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 Preen2 months 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...
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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Science Has Not Failed Us
Science has not necessarily failed the human race. It is the politics behind new discoveries that fail the human race, not science itself. We have advanced our technology because of the way we work on...
Crow Zing 20 days ago
How a Bacteria Might've Wiped out the Entire Population of Mexico
So I read an article a while ago which interested me immensely, and this article was about how a bacteria in the sixteenth century might've wiped out 80 percent of Mexico's population, for comparison,...
For Every Human in the United States
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Elijah Taylor11 days ago
Vortex
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Mo Darasi22 days ago
Are We Gods in Our Own Right?
Are we gods in our own right? A friend of mind and I have had a discussion on this weird question. And if you’re thinking “BLASPHAMY!!” then rest assured, both my friend and I believe in God. This was...
Noel Leona month 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...
Steven Cousler5 days ago
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Home? (Part 4)
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Nastija 6 days ago
Silicon Visions 2
Nian Zhen was having trouble waking up, so she decided a detour to her favorite coffee shop was in order, and if she was lucky, she could nap on the way. She rested her forehead against the window as ...
Cosmic Peak23 days 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...
Jesus Ponce2 months 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 Maddox3 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...
Skylar Abdeljalil2 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 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 Roustana year 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...
Brianna Price2 days ago
The Complicated and Untimely Departing of Sarah Re' - Chapter 2
As my mind reeled about what Marlene said to me back in the room with the many dresses, I pondered. When she finally settled on a way to style my hair; curly tendrils wrapped in an ornate bun with gol...
Dingus Lord6 days ago
An Essay on 'Feed'
The problem of today is one that can never be solved completely. A man will live and learn from his elders. Grow old teach the young and die. So the problem is not knowledge of the past, because we re...
Harriet Weston24 days ago
From Terror to Transformation: Can Fiction Effect Change?
The question of whether fiction effects change, environmental for instance, has been pondered by many, including writers, readers and those who sneer at the study and creation of literature. Writer Je...
Edward German7 months ago
The Art of William Black
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Reid Moore8 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...
Pa Yeng Moua7 hours ago
Chapter 1: Because I Said Yes
I opened my eyes and turned to the left side of my bed, the windows. I could not see any sunlight, the night was still peepin’ in. I blinked then grabbed my iPod touch generation 5. I pressed the powe...
Made for You
I smiled at the nurse as she pulled the blankets up around my shoulders. Today had been a good day. My whole family had come to visit. We had had a small birthday party for one of the little ones in t...
Anna Riegel11 days ago
Glass Through Mirrors
I never knew a set of doors could be so scary, like a give-you-nightmares-for-months type of scary. Who would have thought a slab of mahogany could be so frightening? Terrifying even. I guess it wasn'...
Kristen Lee4 days ago
"The Truth Is Out There": A Visit to the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico
Let me start by saying, I’m not a person who believes that I've been abducted by aliens, and while I believe they exist, I don't believe that they visit humans, much less do all this probing that ever...
Lady Sunday9 days ago
Mysterious Radio Signals Detected from Deep Space
How do scientists tell the difference between the frequencies of another galaxy, or when a star explodes, from intelligent life? The official jury is still out, trying to make heads or tails of the ev...
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...
Danny Fleming21 days 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 Bonifacea month 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 ...
Patrick Bonifacea month 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,...
Mochi Mirangue13 days ago
Are We in a Chinese Room?
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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 Ritza month 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 ...
Best Science Documentaries on Netflix
Nature and science documentaries on Netflix can bring about a variety of emotions. Whether you're watching the best space documentaries or the best cryptozoology documentaries, these films can inspire...
Jonathan Sim8 days ago
What Was in the Original Draft of 'Back to the Future'?
As an aspiring screenwriter, I know that it takes multiple drafts of a script in order to get the movie you're envisioning just right. And a masterpiece like the 1985 sci-fi comedy, Back to the Future...
Jonathan Sim17 days ago
The Different Types of Time Travel According to Movies
I really love time travel movies. And the thing is, when it comes to time travel movies, they usually seem to have "paradoxes". That is, a situation that ends up being impossible or self-contradictory...
Liza Saguto2 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 Thomas2 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...
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 ...