science fiction

The bridge between imagination and technological advancement, where the dreamer’s vision predicts change, and foreshadows a futuristic reality. Science fiction has the ability to become “science reality”.

  • JC.W
    Published 5 months ago
    Hole on the Moon

    Hole on the Moon

    There are many unsolved mysteries in human history—the formation and rupture of prehistoric civilization, the occurrence of floods, the simultaneous rise of 10 suns, and the disappearance of the Sun are all related to the Moon.
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 6 months ago
    Game Of Mass Destruction - Day One

    Game Of Mass Destruction - Day One

    Todd rolled his eyes at the screens. “Will they ever shut about Game of Mass Destruction!” He looked over at his friend Bobby, who had his head stuck in his console. “Are you still playing that Chocolate Donut game?”
  • JC.W
    Published 6 months ago
    Watchman

    Watchman

    I have spent ten years in geosynchronous orbit.
  • 1202 Duece Lee
    Published 6 months ago
    Manipura (Ch. 6)

    Manipura (Ch. 6)

    “Conscious decision. Life without fear. Masterful influence over the mind. This is what the Divine has written for you.”
  • Carlos Tkacz
    Published 6 months ago
    'The Void Within' Chapter 1

    'The Void Within' Chapter 1

    "Looking through history, the tendency becomes to view humanity as a single organism, ebbing and flowing together and towards goals that, at the time impossible to see, become visible to the historian viewing the actions of a population through the lenses of passed time. Still, look closely enough and one finds, without fail, moments where the energies of humanity intersect and therefore hinge on the actions of single individuals."—Excerpt from The Coalition Days, by Herman Setart
  • 1202 Duece Lee
    Published 6 months ago
    Anahata (Ch. 5)

    Anahata (Ch. 5)

    Pu-Tor. Argo. Pu-tor.
  • Joseph A. Morrison
    Published 6 months ago
    'Blake's 7: The Spoils of War'—Review

    'Blake's 7: The Spoils of War'—Review

    It's been quite a while since Big Finish actually put out any Blake's 7 content. Since the sad passing of Gareth Thomas, Big Finish has had to try and work around this, and since Josette Simon has decided not to return to Blake's 7, Big Finish were in a tight bind. However, producer John Ainsworth decided to recast Dayna anyway, and continue with full-cast audios set during the third season of the TV show. The Spoils of War is the first box set under the new regime, and, while it does have a couple of issues, it is a decent set, with some fairly good stories and an interesting linking theme. It certainly helps that the recast of Dayna is possibly one of the best things that Big Finish have done with Blake's 7, and promises exciting things for the future.
  • 1202 Duece Lee
    Published 6 months ago
    Vishuddha (Ch. 4)

    Vishuddha (Ch. 4)

    I don't even know what we are looking for at this point. She hasn't said a goddamn word since we've been here.
  • CD Turner
    Published 6 months ago
    Divisible (Ch. 2) [NSFW]

    Divisible (Ch. 2) [NSFW]

    I lie beside the Head, frozen in trauma. Had it minutes or hours since he finally rolled off me? It was traditional for the Head of House to sleep with their concubine the night of the ceremony. There were three of us, though, so we were taking turns over three days. I volunteered first. He took it for enthusiasm, but I just wanted to get it over with.
  • CD Turner
    Published 6 months ago
    Divisible (Ch. 1)
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 6 months ago
    Game of Mass Destruction - Prologue

    Game of Mass Destruction - Prologue

    “Human beings are social animals. What brings us together is love and affection—anger drives us apart. Just as we employ physical hygiene to protect our health, we need emotional hygiene, the means to tackle our destructive emotions, if we are to achieve peace of mind.” - Dalai Lama
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 6 months ago
    Life and Production S3 E12: Blast II

    Life and Production S3 E12: Blast II

    Snow and soot combined to make ashen clumps which collected outside of the hall. The flash grenades only caused a fire which the fire robots sought to extinguish. Pandemonium ensued upon the first detonation of the explosives. It appeared as if all of the occupants had exited the premises safely. But there was still no word on Pappy, Preston, and Symphony. Trevor and Saffron Lesane huddled behind a cart which was prepared to issue food items for the banquet after the presentation. Now, it served as an impromptu clinical apparatus to address the scrapes and bruises that some of the laureates and audience members sustained. Though not a physician, or a doctor of any kind, Lesane could identify and administer aid to those with injuries. Lesane dealt with his wife’s ankle, ensuring that it was not sprained or broken. “I think it’s sprained,” he said.