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

Maria Viksea month ago
Things that Will Probably Become Obsolete in the Next 10 Years
We live in the age of a technological breakthrough. Striving for comfortable life makes us overpass the limits and think innovatively. So, we can predict that many of the things we use daily could los...
Jacob Severna month ago
Living with Sand
When a product resembles waste in a practical sense, acts of manufacturing and transporting become ways to occupy a new place in time. In the context of the market, sand is distinguished from gravel b...
Craig Housea month ago
Hyper-Futurism or Dystopia, Which Is Best?
Either it will be a technological gadget-fest where there will be flying cars, holographic projections, and robot servants; or it will be a desolate future where we’ve wrecked the environment, caused nuclear winters, or enacted police states through governments either turning on its own people or another country. So what are the best examples of these two polar opposites? Let’s have a look.
Michael Cantow2 months ago
The Troubling Trajectory of Technological Singularity
Technological singularity refers to the point in time where artificial intelligence surpasses human intelligence, and the troubling trajectory of technological singularity should be something more wid...
William Sandford2 months ago
Innovative Materials in Modern Architecture
We live in an age of rapid technological advancement, but also an era of excessive use of natural resources and land. The construction industry recognizes the need to evolve and revolutionize its appr...
Jon Lambo2 months ago
A Cashless Society
The idea of a cashless society, is it really such a good idea? Experts agree that it is, but looking at the data when it comes to crime, paper trails, cash management, bank fees, and identity theft, i...
Kevin Gardner2 months ago
Nanobots and the Future of Technology
You might have heard the term nanobots in movies and remember them as microrobots. Nanobots in real life are nanoparticles sized machines. Nanoparticles are in between 1 to 100 nanometers. The study o...
Shirley Albers2 months ago
Children of Mother Earth
Trilogy About the Future - Part 1
Ryder Pittz3 months ago
The Future Is Nuclear
In a world of mass disinformation, it is easy to let opinions and speculation get in the way of facts and science. It is no secret our climate is changing. What is difficult is accurately predicting t...
Daisy Rowley8 months ago
The Best Alternative Technological Sources for Future Energy Needs
Clearly the current methods of running industry, heating homes and transporting goods and people around the world are posing a serious threat on the ecosystem and now must be replaced by something els...
Shane Cook9 months 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 Cook9 months 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 Guerraa year 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 ...
Joseph Durana year ago
Slow Down, Clean Energy
It’s 2018, an age of progression and advancement. We’re experiencing a whole new era of technological innovations. Some might argue that we’re living in a second industrial revolution. As technology a...
Cosmic Peaka year 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 Poncea year 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 year ago
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...