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Religion and Science Fiction

Religion and Science Fiction

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/religion-extraterrestrials-jesus-save-klingons/

Here is an interesting article that has been posted before, but I think it needs more discussion as religion relates to science fiction. 244 more words

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Graphene

Graphene

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphene

Here is a very interesting new material. I discovered this yesterday while I was talking with a material’s expert.

Graphene is a hexagonal flake of Carbon. 260 more words

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Amped

So while I was reading this, maybe in the first 50 – 60 pages my only thoughts were it’s well written but it’s not very good. 238 more words

Book Review

Automata - Starring Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/automata/

I watched this Sci-Fi on Direct TV last night and I enjoyed it. It is a reasonable movie about robots changing their programming to become sentient. 221 more words

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Sleeper spaceship could carry first humans to Mars in hibernation state

http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/07/tech/innovation/mars-hibernation-flight/

Very interesting article at CNN. Finally cryo sleep is here. Go to sleep and wake up a thousand years from now in another galaxy. Well maybe not just yet, but this article talks about real research going on that is a step in that future. 233 more words

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In the Middle of Reading

As I start this blog, I am currently in the middle of reading First Rider’s Call by Kristen Britain. I’m always surprised when I find someone who has read this series. 372 more words

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Dinos, Time Travel, and Weirdness, Oh. My.

While on the subject of page turners, re: my last post ‘Book Junk Food’, I feel compelled to mention another fun, page-turny series concerning the wonderful world of weirdness in story-telling. 196 more words

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