Venus. Following the recent report of life-chemicals found in its atmosphere, is it any wonder that we’re all thinking swampy things again?
Dr. Stephen Hawking and Science fiction: “I read a lot of science fiction when I was a teenager…”
A review of Los Jinetes del Recuerdo, a collection of science fiction poems by Antonio Mora Vélez.
Cosmos by Carl Sagan is a fine companion to the hard copy and an even better introduction for those new to this informative examination of our universe.
If you like weird, absurd, meta fiction, then check out King of the Worlds, but if that isn’t your cup of tea…
Blueprint for a Battlestar by Rod Pyle will take readers on a fact finding mission where the science is explained and the fiction just may become reality.
Ancient Shores is a fast paced tale of discovery and fear and the social struggles an advanced technology can have on civilization when it is dropped in our laps.
Eifelheim fashions a meeting-place between two alien worldviews, medieval Christian theology and cutting edge physics, without doing disservice to either. Nominated for the Hugo Award in 1987.
Science Fiction has long offered a “backup plan” for planet Earth
A look at the introductory episode of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson premeires tomorrow
Have you heard a strange bump in the night? Perhaps a door mysteriously opened or slammed shut? My advice, read Carl Sagan’s The Demon Haunted World.
It’s a first giant step, perhaps preparing a humongous leap for an entire species.
I learned of this comic book style rendering of Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot soliloquy from The Huffingtonpost. I immediately got in touch with its creator – Gavin Aung Than to ask permission to reprint it here. Like his art, Gavin is a class act and he graciously granted permission. Gavin produces inspirational comics on […]