I set this story down, not expecting it will be believed, but, if possible, to prepare a way of escape for the next victim…
Some useful information about terraforming Venus, provided by Dmitriy Ivashchenko of the Mars Terraforming Corporation.
The first episode of the SciFi Ideas podcast, in which Mark and David discuss several of the articles and stories posted during the Alien August event, the Blue Dwarf role-playing-game, and the difference between science fiction and fantasy.
When a new moon appears in orbit around Jupiter, mankind wakes up to an uncomfortable truth. A story idea by Andrew Carling.
Our first Inspiration Gallery showcases the work of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag and is a mixture of rural landscapes, futuristic technology, robots, and dinosaurs.
It’s about stereotyping, misinformed judgement, and the comedy/tragedy that can result from a lack of communication. That sounds like a theme that science fiction can and should handle well.
A list of interesting sci-fi settings to play around with, and a mini-generator to create challenging combinations.
These days everyone know what Unobtainium is, because it’s become its own punchline. Unobtainium is the one thing that you need to make something work (usually your Handwavium Drive)
“Let’s get our hands back in the dirt.” His knuckles cracked. “I believe we have a unicorn skeleton to excavate.”
New evidence suggests that the gravitational constant may not be a constant at all.