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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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Who are your favorite authors? And please recommend books!
celticagent Nov 26 Nov 26 1212
Any Farscape fans?
MusicMnstr99 Oct 24 Oct 24 88
How do y'all feel about Fringe?
JazznBlues June 10 Jun 10 77
Serenity is on Netflix... in case there are any browncoats that didn't notice.
LaMariposa Oct 1 Oct 1 77
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 ...
towkneed Mar 25 Mar 25 77
Any Doctor Who fans here?
DioneAwakening Sep 12 Sep 12 66
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 ...
jerry99 Apr 2 Apr 2 66
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...
OldWiseAss Apr 20 Apr 20 66
I've just finished watching Season 1 of Westworld and thought this was beautifully and cleverly written as well as brilliantly acted. Then came Season 2.... Does anyone else feel let down?
Herodotus2100 May 16 May 16 55
Has anyone read The Expanse Series and/or is watching the series? I can't wait for the next season on Prime!
Chatoyant Sep 11 Sep 11 55
If you like near-future sci-fi, check out Patrick Lee. His writing is fresh, new, and addicting. I've read all five of his books, and am anxiously awaiting the next one. Here's a link to his site, with the books listed in order. Enjoy. ...
ArgosFriend June 5 Jun 5 44
Any Babylon 5 fans? 24 years ago I was addicted to this series. Now that it's available on Amazon Prime, i can revisit the story. While B5 didn't have the big budget special effects of ST TNG or DS9, they made up for it with compelling story ...
TelefunkenU37 July 1 Jul 1 44
Alright! Sci-fi and lack of God?!! A combination about as good as the day Peanut Butter met a Milk Chocolate cup!!
Sadoi July 2 Jul 2 44
I feel most science fiction cannot actually deny it's religious roots, though it has moved past them now. Look at the major sci-Fi themes 1 Man in to space (The search for the heavens) 1a Star Wars (The war in heaven angels and demons) 2 The ...
LenHazell53 July 3 Jul 3 44
I havent seen dark matter discussed here. i was a bit heartbroken when i learned that it was cancelled. the android was my favorite character, and the acting/writing was beyond my initial expectations. this is, of course, not the first time that ...
outlier8 Aug 24 Aug 24 44
Star Trek. TOS was a defining moment in science fiction going mainstream. Glad I was never in a "red shirt" situation in real life.
bigpawbullets Sep 1 Sep 1 44
Anyone watch the 100?? also anyone know where to continue watching it..?
DennyLeehee Sep 8 Sep 8 44
Has anyone watched the Netflix series Maniac? It is thought provoking...
ArtzyNerd Sep 22 Sep 22 44
Oct 7th - Can't come soon enough...
JazznBlues Oct 1 Oct 1 44
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.
ponz111 Apr 6 Apr 6 44
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." ...
jerry99 May 10 May 10 44
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.
marmot84 Aug 22 Aug 22 44
I recently posted a "Favorite Author?" question. Ninety-five percent of the responses have been sci-fi or fantasy authors. I wonder why?
TravelinTom May 14 May 14 33
Battlestar galactica 2004 (a recent binge) i found myself becoming disappointed with the overt religiosity, despite loving the story line and acting. but i felt it more than redeemed itself in the end. maybe im totally wrong in my read of it, but ...
outlier8 Aug 24 Aug 24 33
With my luck I'd have been assigned as a Red Shirt:
bigpawbullets Sep 13 Sep 13 33


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