Jamie G.6 hours ago
A Grave Misunderstanding That Leads to the Destruction of Humanity
-You are Dr. Mariana Munroe- You were born on a Wednesday. An average day for an average baby. You didn’t even scream when you came out of your mother’s womb. The doctors were worried you were stillbo...
r. nuñez7 hours ago
Number 98’s Last Ride
The longer the shadows become in my life, The colder the breeze seems to be. The days roll on by… still I can't quite believe That someone's not waiting for me. ~ Justin Hayward Part 1 Chuck snapped t...
Devon Thomas8 hours ago
Best Star Wars Theme Remixes
My son Jarret loves Star Wars. Whenever there's a new movie, which we are now blessed as a society to have on a regular basis, I talk to him about Star Wars. Since I get Jarret on the weekends as per ...
John Silka day ago
The Valkirey and the Exorcist
The transport jumped and groaned as it glided across the barren desert sands. The battered lands, scarred with wounds from battles old and new, scorched craters and decaying warships peppering the lan...
Paul Levinson2 days ago
Review of '12 Monkeys' 4.1-3
12 Monkeys was back last night for its 4th and concluding season on the SyFy Channel with three episodes (there will be three more Friday evenings of episodes). If these first three are any indication...
Steve Cotterill2 days ago
Ten Amazing Urban Fantasy Novels You Should Read
Urban Fantasy is a literary subgenre of Fantasy Fiction, but rather than focusing on big swords, magic rings, and squabbles over who gets to be King, it’s an entirely more modern focused affair. Set i...
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...
Jacob Craig22 days ago
The Hunt for the Hunter: 10 Actors Who Could Star in the Boba Fett Solo Movie
Ever since the resurgence of Star Wars, fans have been begging for a Boba Fett solo movie, and it seems that the time has finally come. Back in 2014 this movie was rumored to happen with director Josh...
Jonathan Sima month ago
Everything You Need to Know About 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'
This Friday, the newest Star Wars standalone film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, will be released. And we've gotten quite a few trailers and TV spots, so before the film comes out, I want to tell you every...
KJ Proulxa month ago
'Anon' - Movie Review
There’s always that one premise that comes along and impresses you to no end, but the execution may not live up to the promises that the film set up throughout the first act. Anon is one of Netflix’s ...
DJ Johnsona month ago
The Star Wars: The Tale Before the Force
Greetings, young ones. May the fourth be with you. And if for some reason this article comes out the next day, then long live the fifth. Either way, for Jedi and Sith alike, today is basically one of ...
Isaac Shapiro2 months ago
14 Standalone Star Wars Stories That We'd Love to See Come to Life
Rogue One has been an absolutely smashing success amongst fans and critics and is likely to become another huge hit. The film was risky seeing how it’s technically the first big budget Star Wars film ...
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Corlett Novis5 days ago
Building Silicon Brains
What does the future look like to you? Perhaps you see quantum computing as the next big leap or envision a future powered by cold fusion. Maybe you think Artificial Intelligence will be the biggest g...
Lady Sunday14 days ago
Strange Sounds: 'Frost Quakes'
What is that strange sound outside? During the summer of 2009, myself and an old friend heard strange sounds at night in Niagara Falls, NY. At the time I was living in a small trailer park, with my tw...
Alice 2 months ago
Protein Production in a Cell
Protein is required for an animal cell to perform activities necessary for its survival. Though protein is made by the ribosome (an organelle), many other organelles (specialized cell parts that perfo...
Lady Sunday13 days 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...
Gideon Antonioa month ago
Why Flat Earth Theory Matters
By now most people have heard of the flat Earth theory and rightfully so, many have disregarded this idea as a ridiculously absurd, one not based on any empirical evidence. But despite not being backe...
Maurice Bernier2 months 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...
John Silka day ago
The Valkirey and the Exorcist
The transport jumped and groaned as it glided across the barren desert sands. The battered lands, scarred with wounds from battles old and new, scorched craters and decaying warships peppering the lan...
Juan Vasquez3 days ago
The Harbinger of Doom
"Open your eyes, Annie." Annie Wei did just that, waking up with a jump. She was sitting at a bench in Central Park, during a rather unusually warm fall afternoon. Next to her was her worn paperback c...
Dr Joel LeNacy3 days ago
A Plague of Madness
Of all the miscellaneous attributions of the various concise notions created by the human race, it is quite possible that none have been so notoriously simplified than the basic concept of geometry or...
Jesus Ponce9 days 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 Maddoxa month 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 Playsa month 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 Lange8 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 Roustan9 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 Tilden15 days 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. Brynna month ago
Alex the Inventor - Chapter 11 (Pt. 2)
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G.F. Brynn2 months ago
Alex The Inventor - Chapter 11 (Pt.1)
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Edward German6 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 Moore6 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 Zuniga6 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...
r. nuñez7 hours ago
Number 98’s Last Ride
The longer the shadows become in my life, The colder the breeze seems to be. The days roll on by… still I can't quite believe That someone's not waiting for me. ~ Justin Hayward Part 1 Chuck snapped t...
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RSacky 2 days ago
The Burning Path
The People of the Two Suns were as gods to us. Like us in base, but unlike in all that matters. When I was a girl I would go to the places that they created and marvel in the glory of their works. The...
Michael Onstott3 days ago
Fight for a Village
"Wake her up. Take the bag off her head." The priest commanded. A bucket of water was dumped on her head, with the bag still on. She started gasping. The bag was taken off her head. "Where am I?" she ...
Erin Montgomery22 days 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...
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...
Matthew Kresala month ago
Delving Into 'Saucer Country'
For more than seventy years, the enigma of UFOs has hung over us. It has continued to intrigue and baffle, inspiring scientists and layman alike to try and answer what it all means. Writers and artist...
Duct Tape in Space
NASA is the epitome of can do attitude. It prides itself on getting the job done and done well, so how come duct tape has played such a major role in the space program to date? Duct tape is that ‘grey...
Edward German23 days ago
Asgardia the Space Kingdom
Are you ready to make your mark in outer space on an orbiting habit? Are you interested in seeing a permeant presence in space? Do you want to be able to support this vision of future? Well, Asgardia ...
K Stephen Hauser3 months ago
NASA's Dark Origins
When we think of NASA, we usually think of things like spaceships, astronauts, and Tang. However, the founders of NASA were less like the nerdy scientists you are used to seeing and more like juvenile...
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joe thompson12 days 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...
Miguel Floresa month ago
Can Robots Take Over the World?
Can robots take over the world? Well if you think of it in a big picture, robots can take over the world. But if you look very closely, you could see that robots could not take over the world. Well, i...
Would Artificial Intelligence by Any Other Name Smell as Sweet?: Terms You Should Know
There are a lot of new terms buzzing around the topic of AI. Each one may take on a specific meaning with subtle differences or describe the research or specific type of AI, but nevertheless is covere...
Rich Monetti15 days 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...
Paul Levinson19 days ago
Review of 'Time Will Tell'
Some more indie time-travel movies popping up on Amazon Prime, so I thought I'd get back into reviewing them, beginning with Time Will Tell (listed on Amazon as 2017, on IMDb as 2018, actually made in...
Taylor Walker20 days ago
Bad Cinema Corner: 'Le Voyage Dans La Lune' (1902) [Part 1]
Le Voyage Dans La Lune (1902) – George Méliès Also Known As: I Could Not Attend My Cousin’s Weird Theatre Play About Wizards On The Moon, So I Asked My Mom To Film It And Show It In Every Subsequent F...
Devon Thomas11 days 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 ...
Rachel Brown3 months 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...