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  • The Geeky Chica
    Published about 10 hours ago
    The Evolution of Aliens

    The Evolution of Aliens

    In Extraterrestrial Civilizations (1979), Isaac Asimov calculated that there are likely 390 million civilizations in the galaxy, the vast majority of which are far more advanced than we are. He’s not alone in his assumption that there are many intelligent alien species, capable of space flight and therefore a visit to Earth. As human creators and thinkers have attempted to wrap their brain around what these other civilizations’ members might look like.
  • Annajay
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Scutoid-A new geometrical shape scientist discovered

    Scutoid-A new geometrical shape scientist discovered

    Ever since microbiology started investigating and analyzing the shapes and behavior of cells, they started coming across different shapes and sizes of the cell. Some have a polygonal structure, while some have fixed geometrical boundaries. When an epithelial cell was magnified and observed under a microscope, then a new geometrical figure was seen, the scientist named this shape as Scutoid shapes. The reason epithelial cell looks in this shape was because of inside cellular contents and outside structure of the cell. They also observed that cell pack together because of this structure. Initially, it was thought that cell could be packed tightly only in rectangular structure. However, this invention can open new doors to making artificial organs or fake limbs for the treatment of a paralyzed person.
  • Alfonzo Aliomar
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Address to the Citizens of Starship Planet Earth

    Address to the Citizens of Starship Planet Earth

    Hello, citizens of Starship Planet Earth, I am Captain Alfonzo 'Oni' P. Aliomar.
  • TheRomantic
    Published about 12 hours ago
    The Space Telescope

    The Space Telescope

    There was a spectacular number of falling stars that passed overhead that night, like breadcrumbs from the heavens. My mind wandered. If that ameteur rumor of the stray asteroid had been true or real, I wondered how different things might have been, whether I could look at the sky with such awe rather than fear. But the earth is where the fear was at the time. Countries on the brink of conflict over disputes of information, hackers and cyber criminals taking down banks, American traitors running with stolen data from a military intelligence agency. But out here everything was peaceful and unadulterated from the stain of manmade conflicts.
  • Kirtan Varasia
    Published about 12 hours ago
    I should not go there

    I should not go there

    Since the day I began understanding this life, I was told not to go there, specially not alone. I, being me always wanted to do what I am told needs not to be done.
  • Chris Beck
    Published about 13 hours ago
    The Humanimals

    The Humanimals

    The story of the Humanimals is part of a much bigger history. It goes back a very long time ago, indeed before time existed, to another universe. The Shile were an ancient Elder race that had seen at least three different universe cycles. That is, the universe that gave birth to them had died. They had escaped this by slipping into another much younger universe and made new lives for themselves there. That's a long story in itself, but not for now. We are here to talk about the Humanimals. When the Shile civilisation finally came to this universe, they had a great migration in living world sized Seed Ships. All that they were, all the lives and creative power of their species was collected and recorded as genetic code. The Shile were great colonisers and terraformers. Their Seed Ships would bring life to new worlds. Other Elder races would hire their genetic services, get the new worlds ready for habitation. The Shile knew how to do that very well.
  • Bryana Fern
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Why Star Trek's new series is such a big deal

    Why Star Trek's new series is such a big deal

    Ever since seeing Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels) step up as Captain Pike on the second season of Star Trek: Discovery, fans have been petitioning for his own spin-off series. Pike is a character little seen in Star Trek besides his appearance in the original pilot, "The Cage," filmed for Star Trek which wasn't even aired on television until 1988. Before Discovery, we actually knew more about Pike from Bruce Greenwood's portrayal alongside Chris Pine's Kirk in Star Trek and Star Trek: Into Darkness. So why did fans want more Pike that badly?
  • Caitlin Halladay
    Published about 16 hours ago
    Astrological Insights

    Astrological Insights

    The Sun and The Moon Can Make Life Tense Today
  • Caitlin Halladay
    Published a day ago
    Astrological Insights

    Astrological Insights

    The Full Moon Lunar Eclipse