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cosmic yarns
2015-04-28 13:52:14

Faced with the impossibility of travelling faster than the speed of light, what's a science fiction writer to do? The easiest solution is to ignore the problem entirely. The world of science fiction is full of "warp drives," "hyperdrives," travel through "subspace," and their relatives -- the writer simply assumes that someone, sometime, will figure out a way to circumvent the cosmic speed limit.

wormhole
2015-01-22 15:18:14

Traveling to planets in a galaxy far, far away – like in the movie Interstellar – may seem like science fiction, but what if the Milky Way was one massive conduit connecting to another far-off point hundreds of light years away?

Science Fiction No Match For Reality: Lawrence Krauss
2014-02-16 04:54:06

Science fiction borrows from, and sometimes anticipates, the state of the art in scientific progress. This can be seen from warp drives to hyperspace, and has resulted in the perception that science and science fiction have a causal relationship.

2013-12-26 23:19:47

The thrilling story of Jacob Newman’s discovery of time travel and his mission to travel to 1924 to kill Hitler and undo a horrific episode of Earth's violent past has been brought to life

2013-12-11 23:21:32

Kirkus, an authoritative voice in book discovery and review, cites How to Time Travel by Louis A.

2013-12-09 10:09:06

Popular television shows such as “Doctor Who” have brought the idea of time travel into the vernacular of popular culture.

2013-10-22 23:25:51

How To Time Travel is a thought-provoking new book by Louis A.

2012-02-20 11:29:46

Before firing up the dilithium crystals in your warp drive, you should know what you are getting into, said Lawrence Krauss, ASU Foundation Professor at Arizona State University.

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2011-07-26 10:20:00

In a blow to science fiction writers and daydreamers all over, it appears that the hopes of building a time machine may be dashed once and for all.


Word of the Day
cassation
  • The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
  • In music, during the eighteenth century, a song or an instrumental piece similar to the serenade, intended for performance in the open air.
The word 'cassation' comes from the French 'cassation', from Latin 'casso' ("destroy, annul").
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