Science fiction’s imaginary elements are largely possible within scientifically established or scientifically postulated laws of nature, though some elements in a story might still be pure imaginative speculation. Science fiction is largely based on writing rationally about alternative possibilities. The settings for science fiction are often contrary to known reality… Or so we think!

TweetAugust 16, 1964 Visit to the World’s Fair of 2014 By ISAAC ASIMOV The New York World’s Fair of 1964 is dedicated to “Peace Through Understanding.” Its glimpses of the world of tomorrow rule out thermonuclear warfare. And why not? If a thermonuclear war takes place, the future will not […]

Isaac Asimov’s Visit to the World’s Fair of 2014

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TweetSolving ancient mysteries Part 1. “The Ancients” knew much more than given credit for regarding Life, The Universe, Astronomy, Advanced Mathematics, Magnetism, Healing, Unseen Forces etc. Encoded knowledge is information that is conveyed in signs and symbols and we can find this knowledge all over the world. All these ancient sightings […]

Ancient Knowledge

TweetRichard Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller (July 12, 1895 – July 1, 1983) was an American systems theorist, architect, engineer, author, designer, inventor, and futurist. Fuller published more than 30 books, inventing and popularizing terms such as “Spaceship Earth”, ephemeralization, and synergetic. He also developed numerous inventions, mainly architectural designs, the best […]

Buckminster Fuller

TweetIs the Higgs boson the first step to a ‘Star Trek’ transporter? By Irene Klotz A century after Albert Einstein came up with his theories of relativity, a constellation of Global Positioning System satellites is orbiting Earth, making practical use of his ground-breaking understanding of time. If the discovery of […]

Higgs Boson Transporter

TweetEver wonder about the real cost of production goes into your beloved iPhone? Here’s an interactive info graphic, designed by MBA Online, illustrating all the human, natural and social cost that goes into making the device we can’t live with out. Created by

The True Cost of an iPhone

TweetScientists said Thursday they have cloned a rare Himalayan goat in Indian-controlled Kashmir, hoping to help increase the number of animals famed for their silky soft undercoats used to make pashmina wool, or cashmere. The March 9 birth of female kid “Noori,” which means “light” in Arabic, could spark breeding […]

Kashmir Scientists Clone Rare Cashmere Goat

Tweet Light in Motion: Combination of modern imaging hardware and a reconstruction technique to visualize light propagation via repeated periodic sampling. Ripples of Waves: A time-lapse visualization of the spherical fronts of advancing light reflected by surfaces in the scene.

Visualizing The Speed Of Light

TweetTyparchive is handmade font archival repository of images taken all over the world. These images are unique in there capture, as they are unique and one of a kind in their creation. The collection comes from major cities and small towns, displaying a place’s personality through it’s stylized titles and […]


Tweet Logorama from Marc Altshuler – Human Music on Vimeo. This is a short film that was directed by the French animation collective H5, François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy + Ludovic Houplain. It was presented at the Cannes Film Festival 2009. It opened the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and won […]


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TweetDulce Base “Nightmare Hall” UPDATE: (The History Channel Removed the Dulce Base Episode… I wonder why.)  OK… UFOs aren’t really my thing, and a series of videos, produce by the History Channel’s UFO Hunters, about Grey Alien influence on humanity is more akin to trans-humanism and UFO reality, than augmented […]

Dulce Base " Nightmare Hall "

Tweet The Steampunk exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford was inspired by Art Donovan and curated by Dr. Jim Bennett, Director of the museum. Dr. Bennett hadn’t heard of steampunk till Donovan proposed the exhibit idea, but he instantly saw the importance of this […]

Steampunk in Oxford