This FICTIONAL planet has extremely large polar regions. Human habitation is restricted to a thin band of temperate climate around the planet’s equator.
If you are looking for a little inspiration for a robot story, these videos should help. Found on Vimeo and YouTube (and created by various artists), these amazing short films are sure to get your creative juices flowing.
In the midst of a labor shortage, the building of the ghettos cannot progress quickly enough. To increase production, the construction company turns to a revolutionary idea; they “gamify” the construction project.
If you want to colonize a new planet, travelling across the cosmos is only the first hurdle you’ll have to face. You’ll also have to fight government bureaucracy, hippies and eco-warriors, and probably some deadly alien microbes too.
Time has a code, there are rules. You have to look right and left before you reverse.
The set-up is very much like that of Lost. We begin with a number of plane crash survivors arriving on an island.
Six brief sci-fi ideas written by science fiction writer Brandon Lampitoc.
There is a problem with describing H.G. Wells’ time machine as “travelling through time and not space” because the Earth is in constant motion. If the machine remains in the same spot on the laboratory floor, it follows that it must be in motion too.
Imagine if H.G Wells’ The Time Machine were set aboard a spaceship. That’s how this idea came about. Instead of a machine that travels through time, we have stasis chambers, and instead of a Victorian inventor, we have an interstellar pioneer.
“Good afternoon sir. My name is Joseph. I’m ringing you today about your computer.”