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Matthew Kresalan hour ago
Moving 'Beyond Earth'
For decades at least, the dream of a human colony moving our species beyond this planet has been a dream shared by both science fiction and science fact. It's an idea that has yet again come into vogu...
daniel morrisan hour ago
Symbiote Chapter 6
Hanover and some other techs are tasked with proving a problem with the radar exists, much to Hanover's disdain. The radar equipment room of the Tesla was full of towers containing the circuitry that ...
Pierre Roustanan hour ago
3 Jaw-Dropping Marine Wildlife Discoveries That Just Might Scare You
Oceans really can be the stuff of nightmares when you think about it (for centuries, they honestly have been -- imagine how many sailor stories there have been). What never ceases to amaze me, though,...
Lizzy Arrow5 hours ago
Looking Glass Part 3: The Night They Became Orphans
Urgent News Mark Borthwright has been killed; looking for the suspect/creature, we know who's behind it but we are still looking for him and determining how he must have done it. Lord Phillip Mounthou...
daniel morris21 hours ago
Symbiote Chapter 7
After the pass and review to welcome the newest cadets to the special forces, Amatzu meets up with an old friend who has a favor to ask. Not being able to say no, she sacrifices her night to go on a p...
Eliander Black21 hours ago
Meet the Sea Scorpion
Deep beneath the Devonian ocean lurked the largest arthropod to have ever lived: the eurypterid. Sporting a javelin lancet serrated with venom teeth tipping a heavily armored tail, the enormous sea sc...
Matthew Kresalan hour ago
Moving 'Beyond Earth'
For decades at least, the dream of a human colony moving our species beyond this planet has been a dream shared by both science fiction and science fact. It's an idea that has yet again come into vogu...
OMNI Staff5 days ago
Interview with Author K.E. Lanning
Author K.E. Lanning is a scientist and writer—visualizing subterranean faults and those of imagined characters. As she describes, “Physics trains the mind to analyze and deduce theories, similar to de...
A Fascinating Window Into Sean Stone - Host of 'Buzzsaw'
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Sean Stone (eldest son of Oliver), and the host of Buzzsaw, a series on Gaia, a member-supported conscious media company. I think Buzzsaw is currently one o...
Jam Steward13 days ago
Artificial Gender Intelligence
As a western society with fairly traditional views, England as a whole has moderately outdated views on what gender is as a concept (Woods 1995). Even with progressive views speaking of non-binary peo...
Rebecca Sharrock18 days ago
What Does Being Unable To Forget Feel Like?
Whenever people hear that I’m unable to forget any day of my life, I often receive questions as to how it feels to live with all of those memories, and about whether or not my mind rests at all. My an...
The Warp Drive: A Crash Course In Relativity
The estimates from the Hubble Telescope suggest that there are upwards of 100 billion galaxies in the universe. Each with millions upon millions of stars (the Milky Way is a smaller galaxy with around...
Sci-Fi Artists
Exploring science fiction and fantasy art from the 1970s to today.
Omni Archive
The iconic science fiction magazine from the late 1970s to the mid 1990s. A portion of all proceeds is donated to the Museum of Science Fiction.
Star Wars Universe
The ultimate collection of movies, books, series, reviews, and more from the galaxy far, far away. May the Force be with you.
Eliander Black21 hours ago
Meet the Sea Scorpion
Deep beneath the Devonian ocean lurked the largest arthropod to have ever lived: the eurypterid. Sporting a javelin lancet serrated with venom teeth tipping a heavily armored tail, the enormous sea sc...
What Exactly is the Point of HSAM Research?
In the year 2000, a woman named Jill Price approached Dr. James McGaugh at the University of California, Irvine. She expressed that she had an unusual memory in which she would involuntarily relive he...
What Are These Weird Radio Signals From a Nearby Red Dwarf Star?
Astronomers are continuing to monitor a nearby red dwarf star after detecting unusual radio signals apparently coming from the star. It is hoped that additional observations will help to determine the...
Anunnaki & Neteru
If you like sci-fi, time & space, Star Wars, Star Trek, and aliens, then welcome to some of the most informative, to-the-point perspective about our alien-history as a species on this planet according...
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Kelley Pace2 days ago
Painted Rocks Movement
A new movement to spread joy, fun, and creativity has launched across the U.S.A. People of all ages are painting funny, crude or inspirational rocks and hiding them for strangers to find. The goal is ...
How We Make Our Superstitions Real
Superstition has been defined as “a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief.” In common...
daniel morrisan hour ago
Symbiote Chapter 6
Hanover and some other techs are tasked with proving a problem with the radar exists, much to Hanover's disdain. The radar equipment room of the Tesla was full of towers containing the circuitry that ...
daniel morris21 hours ago
Symbiote Chapter 7
After the pass and review to welcome the newest cadets to the special forces, Amatzu meets up with an old friend who has a favor to ask. Not being able to say no, she sacrifices her night to go on a p...
daniel morrisa day ago
Dark System 2
After a short recovery, three of the Erickson's crew must brave the elements of Niflheim to find a permanent colony, little do they know, the cold is not the most dangerous thing on this frigid ball.....
Emily Walker2 days ago
The Cure for a Full Planet
Year... 2100 Place... Earth (population nearing 11 billion) Location… Washington DC. An undisclosed meeting room near where the White House once stood. Present… The Council of Earth with representativ...
Peter Rose4 days ago
The Future for Mass Transit Systems
A big question for the twenty-first century, maybe the biggest one city people will face: What can we do about mass transit (of people) systems? Definition: a mass transit system is one designed to ge...
Mickey Finn13 days ago
Sci-Phi
The best part about being a nerd is the childlike excitement at what tomorrow might bring. Along with this comes an eye for questions that we will have to answer as societies and as a species. The wor...
Kelly Hawksa day ago
Top 10 Sci-Fi Movies of the 1960s
While the ‘50s were the golden age of science fiction, the 60s were just as influential in today’s filmmaking. Many of the great 50s sci-fi flicks concentrated on aliens and monstrosities of science, ...
Kelly Hawks3 days ago
Top 10 Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s
The 1950s are known as "The Golden Age of Science Fiction Films," although many of these films are known today as “B” rated movies. They are riddled with corny dialogue, poor screenplays, bad acting, ...
Kelly Hawks5 days ago
10 Reasons Aliens Would Invade Earth
Science fiction thrives off the idea that someday aliens are going to conquer the Earth. Whether they actually will or not, remains yet to be seen. If they were to invade, what logical reason would th...
Brutalist Stories #29
“When did the call come in?” he said, pacing down the corridor bringing up the readouts and latest communications on his forearm implant. “2300 hours, sir,” the private replied, trying to keep up, dod...
Outrun Stories4 days ago
Outrun Stories #29
“Look at that starry night sky,” she says to him as she nuzzles herself into his collarbone. “Yeah, it’s quite something,” he replies, looking up, the hue of purple from the sun, just finally sneaking...
Kate Quinn5 days ago
Sephro: The Connection
PROLOGUE Sephro is a magical planet, resplendent in beauty and guided by powerful Goddesses and Gods. Earth is broken yet beautiful, enduring, trying to survive. Two different planets which forge a co...
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Kelley Pace2 days ago
Painted Rocks Movement
A new movement to spread joy, fun, and creativity has launched across the U.S.A. People of all ages are painting funny, crude or inspirational rocks and hiding them for strangers to find. The goal is ...
Storyteller IRT18 days ago
Teen Alien (#5.5)
The little alien came to earth by accident. First, she was lost but then came to learn how to blend in with human society as predators hunt her down. The people that lived around that area said that amazing and extraordinary things happened there for like, no reason, and thought that these things were done by spirits. They were a superstitious lot, the main reason why she settled around there—anything going wrong as she learned to settle was not read into much. People said, that sometimes they c...
Storyteller IRT23 days ago
The Little Alien (#5)
The little alien came to earth by accident. First, she was lost but then came to learn how to blend in with human society as predators hunt her down. The people that lived around that area said that a...
Lizzy Arrow5 hours ago
Looking Glass Part 3: The Night They Became Orphans
Urgent News Mark Borthwright has been killed; looking for the suspect/creature, we know who's behind it but we are still looking for him and determining how he must have done it. Lord Phillip Mounthou...
daniel morris21 hours ago
Symbiote Chapter 7
After the pass and review to welcome the newest cadets to the special forces, Amatzu meets up with an old friend who has a favor to ask. Not being able to say no, she sacrifices her night to go on a p...
Jodie Shaw2 days ago
Bonded By Blood
Chapter 1 (Taster) Crouched low on a building's edge, Kaynan's glowing eyes swept across the crowds below; taking in every face as he searched for one of his enemies, one of the Volbloed's. Tonight wa...
daniel morrisa day ago
Dark System 2
After a short recovery, three of the Erickson's crew must brave the elements of Niflheim to find a permanent colony, little do they know, the cold is not the most dangerous thing on this frigid ball.....
Anunnaki & Neteru
If you like sci-fi, time & space, Star Wars, Star Trek, and aliens, then welcome to some of the most informative, to-the-point perspective about our alien-history as a species on this planet according...
Kelly Hawks5 days ago
10 Reasons Aliens Would Invade Earth
Science fiction thrives off the idea that someday aliens are going to conquer the Earth. Whether they actually will or not, remains yet to be seen. If they were to invade, what logical reason would th...
Matthew Kresalan hour ago
Moving 'Beyond Earth'
For decades at least, the dream of a human colony moving our species beyond this planet has been a dream shared by both science fiction and science fact. It's an idea that has yet again come into vogu...
More Accurate Mapping of Space
Hi, all. I just wanted to offer a suggestion, if it wouldn't be too presumptuous of me to do so, aimed at any group/institution/university/etc. Seeing as humankind is going to be exploring beyond our ...
John Tuttle10 days ago
The White Hole—The Black Hole's Opposite
Humanity has always desired to learn more about its surroundings and tried to satisfy its curiosity. Particularly in the modern and ever-evolving age of ingenuity, human beings are constantly striving...
Paul Levinson2 days ago
Review of Westworld 1.6
An outstanding Westworld 1.6 -- the series gets better and better, Isaac Asimov (author of the three later four laws of robotics would've loved it) -- and in this episode jumps into some of the real p...
Paul Levinson3 days ago
Review of Westworld 1.5
An altogether excellent Westworld 1.5, with real progress in our understanding of what's going, mostly from Delores, and a little from the Man in Black. In both cases, conversations with Ford elicit s...
Paul Levinson4 days ago
Review of Westworld 1.4
"Vacation" — it was the name of a Connie Francis song in the early 1960s (Wikipedia says 1962, and that it was Connie's last big hit, and I remember hearing and singing it in high school), and it was ...
Kelly Hawksa day ago
Top 10 Sci-Fi Movies of the 1960s
While the ‘50s were the golden age of science fiction, the 60s were just as influential in today’s filmmaking. Many of the great 50s sci-fi flicks concentrated on aliens and monstrosities of science, ...
Kelly Hawks3 days ago
Top 10 Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s
The 1950s are known as "The Golden Age of Science Fiction Films," although many of these films are known today as “B” rated movies. They are riddled with corny dialogue, poor screenplays, bad acting, ...
Kelly Hawks9 days ago
Top 10 Sci-Fi Comedy Movies
In a world of weird, everyone needs a laugh. A variety of subgenres mesh well with science fiction, but comedy seems to add a new inventiveness to the whole equation. The seriousness of science and th...
Love and Robots
This weekend I celebrated the successful completion of my first-ever Arduino-powered project, a dance costume sleeve that changes colour as the dancer moves. This weekend I also found out that the Afg...
G.F. Brynn8 days ago
Alex The Inventor (Book 2 - Chapter 1)
Read Chapter 1 (Part 1) at: Deep Sky Stories
Jam Steward13 days ago
Exeshell
When does a human cease to be human through the amalgamation of mechanic and technological hardware? Does the ultimate convergence of these things make my brain nothing but software. Just because my c...