Archive for January, 2018

Celestial Astronomy - Articulation
The concept of articulation is not something most people are familiar with. The term articulation can have meanings in a variety of disciplines. In the context we are going to be discussing here it wi...
Evelyn Starr5 months ago
The Weirdest Sex Scenes in Sci-Fi History
Sci-fi is certainly not afraid of exploring areas of the human mind others would shy away from. Between the infamous and incestuous Star Wars kiss between Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia, and multipl...
The Extra Terrestrial Law
When the Founding Fathers (possibly should be called the Hetlau Fathers) put together the Constitution, they provisioned for a military to defend it and the country. At the time since the possibility ...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'Jacob's Paradox'
I figured I would expand my reviews of time-travel feature movies and TV series on Netflix to time-travel shorts on Amazon Prime (Netflix doesn't have many if any time-travel shorts). First up is Jaco...
Pouria Nazemi5 months ago
'Artemis': A Book Review
Andy Weir’s Artemis is an adventure story that happens on the moon. While the science foundation and accuracy of this book are as strong as his last blockbuster novel, The Martian, the characters are ...
Caleb Sherman5 months ago
The Genesis of Lucifer
The Genesis of Lucifer Chapter I: An Enlightening Song I recall when it all began, in that beginning before time, as I traveled through all of the infinite void, apart from Chaos and yet a part of Cha...
Bruce Arnold II5 months ago
Whispering Moonlight
I touched the surface of the water gently with the edge of my toe, testing the temperature and feel of it. Where my the tip of my toe grazed the surface, little waves of water rippled across the edge ...
Caleb Sherman5 months ago
Seeking Sentience
Many have approached me in the past and questioned me regarding my opinions on artificial intelligence. In the past, my answers have varied greatly, from indulgences to the greatest theories regarding...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'Erased'
One of the pleasures of Netflix is finding a movie or a TV series you've never heard of, likely never would have, and finding it to be a gem. Erased (a.k.a. Bokudake ga Inai Machi), just up on Netflix...
Celestial Astronomy - Lunar Accumulation
We previously went through the origin and initial evolutionary phases of celestial bodies in a star system. Most recently we had explained how a comet becomes a planet and how the clockstart orbit was...
Abdullah Masood5 months ago
The Problem With 'The Orville'
The Orville is a beautiful show. It has all the makings of a wonderful sci-fi experience with enough boyish humor to keep us entertained. It doesn't take itself too seriously, it keeps us interested a...
Extra Terrestrial Psychological Manipulation Syndrome
If EMSR and HNFS aren't bad enough, Extra Terrestrial Psychological Manipulation Syndrome (EPMS) will be. Creating events that have a hidden purpose to enact a measured response from a group of victim...
Joel Eisenberg5 months ago
Where Do We Go from Here?
“Science fiction is dying. Everything is science fact now.” Wrong. Science fiction will die only if the world ends tomorrow. Otherwise, what is not, will become. As ever. Cycles will spring from each ...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'Counterpart' 1.2
Counterpart was back last night with episode 1.2—on Amazon Prime, for me, because Starz is no longer on Cablevision in my area, which I suspect is not Starz's fault, at least in this reality. As for t...
Extra Terrestrial Human Nature Fallacy Syndrome
The Achilles heel for the EA in their attempt to resolve the ET UFO phenomenon has to be Human Nature Fallacy Syndrome (HNFS). The possibility exists that EA and ESH exhibit different personality trai...
Simon Mcbride5 months ago
You Should Be Worried
Imagine, no matter how unlikely, that we receive a message from space. One that we’re able to translate, or maybe one that is—possibly more concerning—already translated for us. The message simply rea...