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The recent death of Leonard Nimoy, may God rest his soul, is a saddening event. The man was best known as Star Trek‘s Spock, an emotionless human/Vulcan hybrid with logical, philosophical idealism and an immortal catchphrase: “Live long and prosper.” However, this is not the first time that fans had to say goodbye to Nimoy. 679 more words


QED - Quid est dixit!

I came across an interesting article regarding the question: ‘Is scientific proof a story?’ You can find the article here.

It reports on a discussion panel between Marcus du Sautoy, Ben Okri, Roger Penrose and Laura Marcus. 351 more words

Science Fiction

Question of the Week #2


Will you be writing any stories pertaining to robots/androids in the near future?


Probably not. It isn’t that I don’t find these stories interesting, I do.   301 more words


Chapter 32: Ascension Graveyard

Chapter 32

Things aren’t what they seem. Things. Aren’t. As. They. Seem. The words sounded off in Jørn’s mind and settled in the well of his soul like heavy milestones, each too heavy for him to fight against. 1,407 more words


Why the goosebumps?

I had one of those crazy question moments today… why does Star Wars insist on having its light sabres held in the hands of the protagonists when they can also send objects flying around the room or where? 311 more words

Science Fiction

The Wanderer, Part 2

In case you missed part 1 https://yourmamasallwrite.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/the-wanderer-part-1/

The first time Carl saw the portal, he thought it was a penny or a piece of broken glass catching the light. 1,607 more words

Crazy On You

TV Review - Black Mirror, Series 1 and 2

I was intrigued about the idea of a modern sci-fi anthology, in the vein of Twilight Zone, from the first reports of Black Mirror that I heard. 359 more words