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Category Archives: Sci-Fi
I actually enjoyed an EVE book once – a worthy space opera. But as I started to play (a year back) it looked like getting to the exciting battles at the end of this trailer was going to take months … Continue reading
How long for technological civilisation to recover after an all out nuclear war or high mortality pandemic? 1. I PREDICT AT LEAST REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS WITHIN A YEAR. After some unspeakably horrible months after the initial crisis, survivors will settle into some … Continue reading
What about solving climate change by building an industrial city on the moon? A good lunar city could use solar power to launch PowerSats via maglev railgun into orbit around the Earth to power the world from abundant RELIABLE solar … Continue reading
Calling all geeks: great review of MR ROBOT (without any significant spoilers). As always, there’s just so much more symbolism in these shows than I catch first time round!