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In an era where film and TV executives have been repeatedly turning to the world of literature for source material, it appears as though some sci-fi classics are going to have a shot at the small screen. 303 more words

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Quote of the Day

Human judges can show mercy. But against the laws of nature, there is no appeal.

—Arthur C. Clarke


Childhood's End eBook

Childhood’s End is Arthur C Clarke first successful novel and is originally published in 1953 and this book is considered a classic of science fiction literature. 11 more words

Childhood's End

Moonwalk and conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theories are like religion – they are a matter of faith, not reason (you may argue about religion: in this case, please get in touch with that mild-mannered and highly esteemed gentleman of Konisberg named Immanuel Kant. 401 more words


Most Interesting Characters in Science Fiction

Science fiction in the visual media has really come into its own in the last twenty-five years, but it has had a long history of some very interesting characters – many of whom have been wonderfully explored but a few of whom we were left wanting more of. 551 more words

Sci Fi/Fantasy

Quote of the Week

This week’s quote from Arthur C. Clarke:

“We have to abandon the idea that schooling is something restricted to youth. How can it be, in a world where half the things a man knows at twenty are no longer true at forty – and half the things he knows at forty hadn’t been discovered when he was twenty?”


I am not a number...!

Negative numbers in the navigation equations take the Tardis slightly off-course – to a bleak island off the Irish coast where, with the aid of vacationing students, a monastic cult has been attempting to identify God through mathematics. 574 more words

Doctor Who