science fiction

The bridge between imagination and technological advancement, where the dreamer’s vision predicts change, and foreshadows a futuristic reality. Science fiction has the ability to become “science reality”.

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Eugenia Morenoa month ago
Home? (Chapter 12)
His saliva continues to impregnate my face and his arms have grasped my wrists tightly, while his knees are on my feet. I am immobile. Trapped under a man who I can't consider to be my father, but rat...
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The Last Season
The car stopped at the red light. Presley Gauguin looked at the time on the dashboard. The heat flowed and the rider’s favorite station continued to play. “Sure is getting cold out here. It is January...
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The Delatector
Professors Connor Mettle, Milo Kiln, and Donnell Wayson, or the New Sweden Kids of the New Sweden University in Wilmington, Delaware, had been called. Again. This time they had been tasked to address ...
Rod Faulkner2 months ago
Why We Need More Science Fiction Set in the 'Other' Final Frontier
Most of us know water covers the majority of Earth's surface. Here is another staggering statistic, according to the Schmidt Ocean Institute, ocean exploration has only mapped five percent of the seaf...
Matthew Kresal2 months ago
'Doctor Who: The First Doctor Adventures Volume 2' Review
The end of 2017 saw the release of the first volume of The First Doctor Adventures, a set that reunited the members of the case who played the original TARDIS crew in the docudrama An Adventure in Spa...
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I Can Americanize You
They hardly knew a lick of English. They could comprehend dribs and drabs here and there, but could by no means speak it fluently. But they worked. They had just finished receiving Delaware’s first no...
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Project D.U.C.K.
Against the swirls of water, the bottles, crates, tires and straws all gathered together in a soup of the final stage of the productive process. Fish chomped on shoestrings. Birds gobbled up plastic b...
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Garden of the Guardians
There’s much to say about the Garden of the Guardians. Firstly, it was named that to recognize the recent men and women who, through private means, founded the United States of America. Then, sculptor...
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C-Suite
At her birth, her father yelled out that she would be a great leader. So, he named her Olori. She graduated egregia cum laude from Delaware Institute of Technology (DIT). Now, she sat on boards of hos...
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Effective in June
How the American people chose for the age to drink and use narcotics to be 18, allowed teenagers all-over to rejoice, even if they had started drinking and using narcotics at 15. The idea of liquor an...
Ian Byrd2 months ago
Wait with Me
Journal Entry 28 —Year 3810 They say bounty hunting ain't for the faint of heart out in frontier space. It's a strange sort of self-sacrifice that many would never consider doing for a living, losing ...
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A Banker's Work
Julio Hearth, hazelnut-skinned, ventured upward to the 62nd floor in a skyscraper in Wilmington, Delaware, where he joined with his partners at Fennel, Tyre, and Hearth. Their ages ranged from 58, 46,...
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The Millennium Meeting
Four men and two women stood as the former presidents of the United States of America. They convened on Rehoboth Beach, Delaware during the off-season in late October. There was a chill that hung in t...
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Seat G17
As the ball soared through the air like some sky deity carrying it aloft, it soon descended into the hands of the receiver, Perry Boaz. On this Sunday in Wilmington, Delaware, the stands remained pack...
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Gallant Bay
The private cruise from off of the shore of Delaware inspired Jamilla Massey. She could have flown her private jet, but she wanted to be closer to the water. So, she opted for the 15 man and woman cre...
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Shoot Pink
Smartphones paired with firearms. They all synched like expensive watches on the wrists of captains of industry. One such CEO stood at five feet four inches. She had champagne colored skin and green e...
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All White Capsule
Once it landed, it didn’t damage any buildings. It just made a deep indentation on the grass of Rodney Square in Wilmington, Delaware. It was a pill, an opioid to be exact. Shocked looks and astonishe...
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The DJ Was a Doctor
Red lines from the scanner analyzed the digital device like a psychologist probes the mind. The smartphone displayed a picture and the master’s degree earned by Blythe Winnington. She smirked as the v...