10 Myths About Space Travel That Make Science Fiction Better I love hard sci-fi, and even the great Vernor Vinge, David Brin, and David Marusek, usually have to take some sort of artistic license with a few of these items. That said, one of the reasons why I love reading hard science fiction is because these rules do exist, and it takes exceptional talent to pen an intergalactic adventure story which manages to be clever and entertaining without breaking any of the rules.
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Aircraft Carriers in Space - By Michael Peck Last month, Small Wars Journal managing editor Robert Haddick asked whether new technology has rendered aircraft carriers obsolete. Well, not everyone thinks so, especially in science-fiction, where "flat tops" still rule in TV shows like Battlestar Galactica. So FP's Michael Peck spoke with Chris Weuve, a naval analyst, former U.S.
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Map of the Verse | FireflyShipWorks I couldn’t be more thrilled to (finally) announce (and reveal the big secret I’ve been hinting at for over a week) QMx’s most ambitious project to date: The Complete and Official Map of the Verse. Over two years in the making, the Map of the Verse measures 25 inches by 38 inches and is printed on both sides of a sheet of 65 lbs cover stock (believe me, we needed the space). It documents the names, positions, sizes, populations and other never-before-published details of the 215 terraformed planets and moons orbiting the five star systems that comprise The Verse of Joss Whedon’s Firefly and Serenity.
How 2000 A.D. Changed Science Fiction Forever If not for 2000AD I'd never have gotten into comics, which I think is probably pretty common here in the UK.
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About racism, I swear by "The Sneetches" by Dr. Suess Kenya uses a science fiction book to teach children ethnic tolerance
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