Tag Archive | sci-fi

TV Tropes Monday: Standard Sci-Fi History


  Tweet of the Day: A Many Patterned Strangeness  You heard about the Standard Sci-Fi Army. You loved the Standard Sci-Fi Fleet. Now comes the Standard Sci-Fi History! And one stop shop for all things sci-fi history. It has wars, rumors of wars, great discoveries, and an easy explanation on How We Got Here. It […]

TV Tropes Monday: Mundane Dogmatic


  Tweet of the Day: Becoming Deviant How hard is your science fiction? That is a question that lurked in the shadows of the genre since the beginning. For some anything beyond 20 minutes into the future is sci-fi, even if it had elves, psychic magic, and teleportation. For the futurist, science fiction was a […]

TV Tropes Monday: New Neo City

TV Tropes Monday: New Neo City


  Tweet of the Day:  A Spell for You   Your colony ship lands in a virgin world and your crew is ready to create the first settlement upon it. But what should you call it? Do you name it after the leader of your star nation? Perhaps use the name of your significant other? […]

TV Tropes Monday: Butterfly of Doom


  Tweet of the Day: How to Create an Enduring Book Brand As a plot device, time travel can be…tricky. It opens up a whole universe of ideas and also opens up a bin full of plot derailments. It is no surprise then that many a time travel plot includes the following caveat, “Don’t touch […]

TV Tropes Monday: Earth That Used to Be Better


  Tweet of the Day: Reconsider the Party?  There is one question that always comes to my mind when I’m reading sci-fi set on distant worlds and centuries in the future? Where on Earth is, well, Earth? Why? Because Earth, our beautiful blue/green jewel in the eternal night of space is our home and where […]

Mass Effect/AEC: Alliance Military Doctrine (2)


  Tweet of the Day:  The Activities of Mortals Weekend Writing Warriors  ——- Excerpt from Modern Galactic War by Paul Malthus, 3rd Edition , Made available for Extranet Scholastic Use by  The Institute of War and Diplomacy, Vancouver Metroplex, North American Union, Earth, 2190 (1st Edition published by Banabar Books in 2184). Systems Alliance Marine […]

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Tweet of the Day: Technology Will Save Our Future ——– She gave her pulse rifle the once over. It was one of those things a soldier did during “dead” time, the space between shooting and being shot at. Interment lights flashed though the bunker firing slits. It wasn’t the fireworks of her youth spent underfoot […]