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Science Fiction & Godlessness

A place to discuss science fiction and the future, and fantasy, too,

A place to discuss science fiction and the future, and fantasy, too,

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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Oct 16, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Budgie
I am currently nearly at the end of Mark Lawrence's Broken Empire trilogy. Prince of Thorns, King of Thorns and Emperor of Thorns (bit of a give away as to the end I am thinking) It is a bit disturbing, seems to be fantasy but also some Sci Fi ...
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Jul 11, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by ninjarider1
Porsche, the maker of premium high-performance sports cars, created, in collaboration with Lucasfilm. a starship named the Tri-Wing S-91x Pegasus Starfighter.
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Jul 11, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by ninjarider1
Rocinate and the Razorback from The Expanse
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Mar 12, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by ninjarider1
I keep calling the coronavirus "Captain Tripps", but no one gets the reference! I am surrounded by savages.
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Jan 3, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by ZantiMisfit
LINKAn Amazing Collection of Pulp Magazines Going Back 75 Years Is Available Online at The Internet Archive
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Dec 1, 2019Dec 2019

Posted by Chatoyant
Do we have Star Wars fans in the group? I've been watching The Mandalorian on the new Disney+ channel and it is adorable, but really a very disneyfied, 's story, with a Star Wars level of mayhem, but very simple conflict resolution, not what I ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Sep 23, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by ronnie40356
Watched the new Brad Pitt SciFi flick 'Ad Astra' yesterday. My first reaction is to give it a 3 out of 5. Anyone else seen it?
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Shared from Music, Movies & Books
Sep 11, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by Chatoyant
Has anyone read The Expanse Series and/or is watching the series? I can't wait for the next season on Prime!
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Aug 23, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by yvilletom
And Twilight Zone by Rod Serling! But read Edwin Hubble here, think for a bit, and you’ll know the Big Bang is all sci fi. If the red shifts are a Doppler shift . . . The observations as they stand lead to the anomaly of a closed universe, ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Aug 22, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by marmot84
Anyone read TheThree Body Problem series? I enjoyed the books, particularly The Dark Forest and the first half of Death's End. I would be curious about others opinions.
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Aug 12, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by ronnie40356
I have a wide taste in my reading. Favorites have always been SciFi & fantasy, but I'll read most anything. Currently reading the 'Legends of the First Empire' fantasy series by Michael J Sullivan which I recommend if you're a fantasy reader. If ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
May 28, 2019May 2019

Posted by Charles1971
I have a sci-fi book recommendation. Hollow World by Michael J. Sullivan. The book centers around a utopian future in which technology provides endless energy, near instant travel, and provides for all material wants/needs as well as a society that ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
May 28, 2019May 2019

Posted by ronnie40356
Just read "Of Blood And Bone", the sequel "Year One" by Nora Roberts. Kind of a mix of SciFi and sword & sorcery. Kept me reading through the weekend. 78 on my 10 scale. Anyone else read them?
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
May 10, 2019May 2019

Posted by jerry99
Netflix has a pretty good Chinese SF movie. "Set in the far future, The Wandering Earth follows a group of astronauts guiding the Earth away from an expanding Sun, while attempting to prevent a collision with Jupiter." ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
May 1, 2019May 2019

Posted by taichifan
Are Sci-fi memes ok here?
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Apr 20, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by OldWiseAss
I need some sci-fi to distract me. I prefer hard sci-fi. See the list of some of my favorites below, in no particular order. Do you have a recommendation? Every now and then I find a good one I've missed! No dragons or superheros please (Although I...
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Shared from General & Hellos
Apr 6, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by ponz111
I am getting tired of the science fiction/horror movies combined Walking Dead is ok but the movies which use too much horror turn me off.
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Apr 4, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by jerry99
I don't keep up much with SF these days, but I was still surprised not to have seen or read any of the Hugo nominees except The Expense and The Good Place. Also, surprised that all (or maybe all but one) of the nominated novelists were women. ...
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Shared from Music, Movies & Books
Apr 2, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by jerry99
Noticed this on Twitter today and was surprised that I generally agree with the "voting." Not sure if I believe The Expanse or The X-Files was the best -- they're pretty different. I guess I'd say The Expanse needs a couple more seasons to prove ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Mar 25, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by towkneed
Read "Stranger in a Strange Land" as a kid. Tried to reread it last year and realized it was very misogynistic, which I didn't notice as a boy of 15. I didn't finish it. I don't remember that in a lot of Heinlein's other work but haven't looked ...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Dec 10, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by Maddragoon
Thought you lot might enjoy this. I love hearing about the various creation myths.
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Nov 26, 2018Nov 2018

Posted by celticagent
Who are your favorite authors? And please recommend books!
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Oct 24, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by MusicMnstr99
Any Farscape fans?
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Oct 1, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by JazznBlues
Oct 7th - Can't come soon enough...
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Science Fiction & Godlessness
Oct 1, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by Denker
I didn’t notice until today, but RIP Julian May last year, author of The Saga of Pliocene Exile, one of my favourite sci-fi saga’s of the 1980’s. Apparently they are still working on a television series...
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Posted by ninjarider1Porsche, the maker of premium high-performance sports cars, created, in collaboration with Lucasfilm. a starship named the Tri-Wing S-91x Pegasus Starfighter. [forbes.com] [newsroom.porsche.com]

Posted by ninjarider1Porsche, the maker of premium high-performance sports cars, created, in collaboration with Lucasfilm. a starship named the Tri-Wing S-91x Pegasus Starfighter. [forbes.com] [newsroom.porsche.com]

Posted by ninjarider1Porsche, the maker of premium high-performance sports cars, created, in collaboration with Lucasfilm. a starship named the Tri-Wing S-91x Pegasus Starfighter. [forbes.com] [newsroom.porsche.com]

Posted by ninjarider1Porsche, the maker of premium high-performance sports cars, created, in collaboration with Lucasfilm. a starship named the Tri-Wing S-91x Pegasus Starfighter. [forbes.com] [newsroom.porsche.com]

Posted by ninjarider1Rocinate and the Razorback from The Expanse

Posted by ninjarider1I keep calling the coronavirus "Captain Tripps", but no one gets the reference! I am surrounded by savages.

Posted by ChatoyantHas anyone read The Expanse Series and/or is watching the series? I can't wait for the next season on Prime!

Posted by taichifanAre Sci-fi memes ok here?

Posted by ponz111I am getting tired of the science fiction/horror movies combined Walking Dead is ok but the movies which use too much horror turn me off.

Posted by jerry99Noticed this on Twitter today and was surprised that I generally agree with the "voting.

Posted by MusicMnstr99Any Farscape fans?

Posted by JazznBluesOct 7th - Can't come soon enough...

Posted by bigpawbulletsWith my luck I'd have been assigned as a Red Shirt:

Posted by bigpawbulletsI'm impressed with the logic. Although, it does make use of a few unproven assumptions:

Posted by bigpawbulletsSo this evening as the storm blows in from the southwest, we've selected 2 movies to watch as a double feature.

Posted by bigpawbulletsStar Trek. TOS was a defining moment in science fiction going mainstream. Glad I was never in a "red shirt" situation in real life.

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