future

Exploring the future of science today, while looking back on the achievements from yesterday. Science fiction is science future.

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...
Sometimes It's Amazing What Still Works
I looked up at the sky hoping for a change but saw none. I kept walking towards town. We needed more filters. Thinking of that, I checked the levels in the gas mask I was using now; still in acceptabl...
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kritika 13 days ago
Satellite Cities Emerging as the Urban Future in India
The rapid rate of urbanization has initiated an array of challenges among major cities in India. The massively growing population is one of the major issues faced by the metropolitan cities. Urban cit...
M.H. Dillingera month ago
2084: Dream On Dreamer Boy
"I've never seen anyone so hesitant to run away from a big, juicy, cheesy, greasy burger. Especially someone who looks like a big ol' burger." A rotund white brown-haired man standing at 5'7" ran on h...
Erica Flake2 months ago
Legitimized Paranoia
Surveillance has been a cause for concern to the public on many levels. In the early days of photography, surveillance was a way to log and keep track of criminals, however in the last twenty to thirt...
SKYLERIZED 3 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...
Cameron Doherty3 months ago
A Step Too Far
In my hands I held a glass tablet. It displayed the face of the man we were about to arrest. Blue writing surrounded him, notes on the allegations against him, details about him, the recently acquired...
Captain Sulley3 months ago
Floating Colonies in the Deep Blue Sea
Has the government got you down? Are you tired of being a part of society? Are you longing for a modern-day utopia? Do you wish you could just float away to sea like Tom Hanks in Castaway (Just kiddin...
SKYLERIZED 3 months ago
Life and Production: S1 E1: Pilot
In the Rear Sirens blared from the rear of a delivery truck. The flashing red and white and blue lights captured the attention of Vick Knight and compelled him to pull over to the side of the road. "R...
Edward German4 months ago
The Lifeboat Foundation
We do live a world that is uncertain of the Future. The planet is full of places subject to war, famine, pollution, natural disasters, and civil disorder. All of these problems, combined with the tech...
Matthew Donnellon4 months ago
Sanctification
The line moved slowly. We were herded like cattle in one long, single file line. The decor was surprisingly nice for a place like this. Soft lighting ran through the whole building and on walls of war...
Jacob Holcomb4 months ago
Time Travel: A Primer for the 4th Dimension, Part Two
Science fiction authors have been speculating about this for hundreds of years. Only recently has it become popular to compare and contrast different ideas to try and formulate a set of ideas that cou...
Maddie Marcarelli4 months ago
The Failed Experiment
Hayden had many thoughts cross her mind when the alarm clock woke her up. Would she be alive by the next morning? Who would she be sleeping next to if she were to wake up tomorrow? This was the last d...
Tom Bacon5 months ago
'Star Wars' Was Apparently Given a Hard Pass to Shoot on the Queen's Property
One of the most beautiful filming locations in the United Kingdom, Wiltshire Great Park is a gorgeous 4,800-acre site that's been featured in many famous movies. It's served as a location for films li...
The Purpose of the U.L.C.
Overall most of our lives are based on the 9-5 work cycle, and we get up go to work, eat, sleep, and bathe, then do it all over again. The funny situation is that isn't normal. In most of our history,...
Eve Tawfick6 months ago
Life in 2050
2017 has given the planet its fair share of miseries and it's hard not to imagine oneself in the distant future, far away from the incessant click of phones and barrage of selfies (including my own, c...
Simon Mcbride7 months ago
Relativistic Kill Vehicle
Warfare is constantly progressing, constantly changing. During World War II we pitted troops against each other on great fields of war in ways in which we haven’t seen since. Modern battles are fought...
Simon Mcbride7 months ago
The Kardashev Scale
Nikolai Kardashev is a little known Russian astrophysicist—certainly in regards to the current phenomena of science-related pop-culture icons, but despite this, some of his ideas have seeped in throug...