Tag Archives: space

Understanding the Fermi Paradox

I’ve mentioned the Fermi Paradox in several articles over the months, mainly related to book reviews involving contact with alien civilizations.  But I never really felt the need to elaborate on the idea.  Everyone knows what the Fermi Paradox is, …

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Space Whale by Yohann Schepacz

Space Whale by Yohann Schepacz

Note: This vignette is a continuation from Heavy Metal. Our transport pushed through the shell and entered Nullspace, the void between realities, a shortcut that allows humanity to bypass its shell of reality and travel the galaxy at greatly reduced time.  Or …

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Heavy Metal by Valentine Obasuyi

Heavy Metal by Valentine Obasuyi

// Triocracy Travel Advisory // START 0.0 Citizens:  Please read the following advisory before boarding your transport.  Failure to do so may result in a lifelong ban from transport verified by encrypted DNA key. 1.0 Reminder:  Shellspace can be a …

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Review: Interstellar (2014)

Interstellar

Christopher Nolan's Interstellar isn't perfect, but it's a visually stunning science fiction adventure that tempers the fiction with a healthy dose of science, while at the same time being sprinkled with a dash of …

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Mars One Way

My wife and I sat down and briefly discussed sending in an application to the Mars One mission.  Crazy?  Beyond a doubt, but both of believe in the advancement of science and understand that great strides sometimes come with extraordinary …

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