I Love Science Fiction

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    SadDancer SadDancer
    51-55, M
    Jun 22, 2015

    Reading Margaret Atwood

    and loving it.
    Jkynn Jkynn
    36-40, F
    Feb 8, 2014

    Character Backgrounds - Thalia Kael (based On Wes Platt's Otherspace)

    This is shorter than my usual character background, most likely because it's one of the first. I'm thinking of making a story with all my characters together, so please give me suggestions. ^.^ I was born and raised in the city of Multvaros on Aukam, nearer the edges of the city...
    TheRose202 TheRose202
    18-21, F
    1 Response Feb 8, 2013

    Life Outside The Atmosphere (Introduction)

    In the year 1476 there was a..."rising" you could call it. Ordinary men and women went into a fit of rage after the president, Steven Louis, was assassinated. It started with them going on a strike, it soon escalated a year later. Nothing was being produced in factories and soon...
    McDerps McDerps
    26-30, M
    Jun 15, 2013

    I Used To...

    ... lay out on a grassy hill in my backyard in the mountains of Colorado and gaze up at the sparkling starry sky. I imagined myself travelling amongst them wondering what mysteries would be revealed to me. It was my escape from being emotionally detatched from my dysfunctional...
    31-35, M
    Jun 20, 2013

    they still need a large

    and huge amount of people. how many of us like to read science fiction that is hard to believe only a few percent.. dont you love to read jule verne , the time machine . watching movie the matrix? I do .. so I think you would too..
    ExUser007 ExUser007
    18-21, F
    Aug 30, 2014

    A Question From a Sf Lover.

    I adore science fiction. I grew up in a family of SF lovers. One of the reasons is because it allows people to explore issues close to home without being too confronting. Some poeple I meet say they don't like science fiction. But I then I ask them what movies they watch. A...
    midvacent midvacent
    18-21, F
    1 Response Aug 27, 2008

    Respect the Sci Fi Geek!

    my mother got me in to sci fi..she had the whole collection of star trek the next generation and would still watch the repeated episodes on T.v. she used to read lots of sci fi writers which she passed on to me, i love catherine cookson, issac asimov(SP?) and james barclay...
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Oct 29, 2007

    Stranger In A Strange Land

    I think that this is one of the best books ever written. Robert Heinlein writes a story that is fun and interesting to read. At the same time, he writes this story in a way that challenges you to examine what you believe and value in almost every area of life. This book is a...
    baredownthere baredownthere
    51-55, M
    Dec 8, 2011

    Outer Space

    I used to stay wake late at night and watch all the science fiction movies I could find. I have always has a facination for space and any thing that had to do with the universe. I also like to watch the monster movies about space. When Star Wars came out I was in my glory and I...
    61-65, F
    Oct 12, 2008

    Superman and the Sci-fi Genre

    Superman has always been a problematic character. How do you make an all-powerful, morally perfect and emotionally healthy character interesting? I was always a much bigger fan of the psychologically tortured superheros: Batman and Spider-Man both dealing with their PTSD...
    niceguyinhell niceguyinhell
    31-35, M
    2 Responses Jul 27, 2009

    Anyone Remember Farscape?

    Just found this show on one of my hard drives and watched all the series as well as the movie, it is just as good as I remember it.
    Maleinegypt Maleinegypt
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Jul 19, 2012

    I Mean, I Really Love Sci-fi!!

    My very favorite author is Sir Arthur C. Clarke (RIP 2008)... his books inspired me to the greatness mankind can achieve.  He was a philosopher and sociologist and real scientist all wrapped up in one awesome person.  Other than his books, I love sci-fi movies like...
    f4faeries f4faeries
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jan 15, 2010

    Character Backgrounds - A.m.i The Positronic (based On Wes Platt's Otherspace)

    A fiery sun rises on another cruel day on a planet torn apart by war and pollution. From orbit, this planet looks dead, but the toughest of life forms still make a home here, clinging tenaciously to the last pure streams, or burrowing under the tainted earth to shelter themselves...
    TheRose202 TheRose202
    18-21, F
    1 Response Feb 8, 2013

    Life Outside The Atmosphere (Discontinued)

    Clearly "Life Outside the Atmosphere" has gotten no attention. Maybe I'll try again when I'm more "known." For now it will be discontinued.
    McDerps McDerps
    26-30, M
    Jun 16, 2013


    It brings me back to myself,especially when I read science fiction.It makes me exist in my own head for a while instead of only looking out.It's been a while since I've read any science fiction and it would probably help my mood if I took a break from people and just spent some...
    AmayaEkio AmayaEkio
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Oct 14, 2009

    Writing Sci-fi

    ...is one of the hardest things I've attempted to do. It's really enjoyable watching sci-fi and playing it and reading it. But I have found it is the most difficult genre to work with, at least for me! It's difficult trying to describe things in a 'cool' and futuristic sort of...
    SylphNoir SylphNoir
    18-21, F
    1 Response Aug 18, 2011

    I Write Some Too!

    Now *rubs hands together menacingly* to get published.... muahahahaha! oh, right, there's that whole "finish a book" thing I have to do first...   E
    Elf Elf
    26-30, M
    3 Responses Oct 23, 2007
    Longpatrol90 Longpatrol90
    26-30, M
    1 Response Jul 11, 2015

    Love of Sci-fi and Isaac Asimov

    My first sci-fi book, at least the first one that really hit a cord, was Isasc Asimov's Currents of Space.  After that I was hooked. Years later, after reading Pre-lude to Foundation I wrote Asimov and told him how much his stories meant to me.  Much to my shock, he...
    GideonWright GideonWright
    46-50, M
    Jul 14, 2008

    Great Alone, But Better to Share

    I love Sci Fi movies.  From Star Wars to Riddick.  I tend to stay away from the cheesy stuff, but I love sci fi books and movies.  Fortunatly my fiance' loves it too.  We get excited when new stuff comes out and get to watch it together. 
    PHSensei PHSensei
    36-40, M
    2 Responses Oct 6, 2008

    Looking For The Aliens!

    I awoke to the one sound that never fails to wake me up, the sound of the silence that follows when the timer on my television turns it off at 3 am in the morning. Most people need noise to wake them up but not me, my brain fills with loud disquieting thoughts when there are no...
    Chelebub Chelebub
    51-55, F
    1 Response Jul 8, 2013

    Would really like to become a robot

    or smth. I need to not have wetware
    asexuwhale asexuwhale
    18-21, F
    Nov 10, 2015

    It doesn't get much cooler.

    Just saying ...
    SpankyAndy SpankyAndy
    51-55, M
    1 Response Jan 3, 2016

    Could anyone suggest any good dystopian novels

    or tv shows/series to get into?
    41-45, M
    7 Responses Jul 17, 2014

    Escapism, the Future and Sci-fi

    My mother got me into science fiction practically from birth.  The original Trek was my first love and my last was Firefly.  Sci-fi resonates with me for many reasons: I can escape the crappiness of reality; gaze into the future and gain hope; stop thinking about the...
    acoustickitty acoustickitty
    36-40, F
    1 Response Dec 30, 2007

    Sci-fi Awesomeness

    My last science fiction movie I watched was Starship Troopers. I'd love to read the book sometime. I've read Ender's Game and would love to read the rest of the saga. I also enjoy the Halo novels as well as the Resident Evil novels by S.D. Perry...I also quite enjoy the RE movies...
    LylaRocks LylaRocks
    26-30, F
    6 Responses Jan 29, 2012

    I do absolutely love science fiction.

    It's not all equal of course and I keep looking for the good stuff. I really enjoy early sci-fi tv - things like: Space 1999, The Martian Chronicles, The Invaders. Star Trek - goes without saying. Original Star Wars. And of course Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, in every...
    ProfessorYaffle ProfessorYaffle
    46-50, F
    4 Responses Mar 12, 2016

    Mission to Mars (2000)

    Stumbled on this beauty first thing out of bed this morning..  lucky me :)   Thank goodness for the sweet distraction EP provides (on so many levels). Staring Tim Robbins and Gary Sinise, you'd think this would have a little meat to it; but the special effects are...
    DrewBerry DrewBerry
    46-50, F
    1 Response May 18, 2008

    Many Things

    I read it. I write it. I watch it. I love it!
    deleted deleted
    May 19, 2008

    Sci-fi Is a Powerfull Tool

    It allows us to view the problems on our society without all of our societal baggage weighing us down. We viewed the problems of segregation and racism in star trek, what could hapen to us as we explore the universe on Stargate and that the troubled loner with a missfit, criminal...
    mailman mailman
    3 Responses May 17, 2008

    Why I Love Science Fiction

    Where to start?  There are many reasons why I love science fiction. The biggest reason has to be that it is one place where women are regularly played as being strong characters and I like seeing positive role models. I also life the ability to lose yourself in another...
    autumnmoon autumnmoon
    41-45, F
    2 Responses Jan 6, 2009

    I have to write a research paper about a

    feminist science fiction writer (I have someone in mind) and how she uses her art to advance political agendas. I wanted to choose a different topic, but my teacher said he really likes that idea and I should stick with it. I have a lot of time but I don't even know where to...
    RoastedCycki RoastedCycki
    70+, F
    1 Response Dec 5, 2015


    space!!! I have a huge book about planets and I think black holes are terrifying D: but also awesome that God could make these incredible things and how much we still have to find out!!! *takes deep breathes*
    MochaBi MochaBi
    22-25, F
    Oct 24, 2015

    Love Is Way Too Strong Of A Word

    Here are descriptions of the three science fiction books I ever read in my life and like. 1. Hidden Talents by David Lubar A young teenage boy is a juvenile criminal and he is sent to a boy's school where he meets with a dictatorial principal, bullies and friends. His friends...
    blossomingbeauti blossomingbeauti
    36-40, F
    Jul 30, 2013
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