Tagged in "humanity"

The human race in terms of science fiction and how humanity relates with one another around the globe.


Clayton Moss
in Fiction

Datum 28. 04. AD3484. (Terra) Vicis GMT-1648. Upon entering, the first thing I notice is a supercomputer dominating a large portion of the room’s physical space. On the opposite end of the room is a w...

Chemical Mind

Justin-James Gignac
in Science

The brain is the most mysterious and highly complex device in the known universe, being composed of over 100 billion neurons, each with 10,000 or more possible connections, forming an astounding 100 t...

What is Astrology?

Jude Goodwin
in Science

If you type "What is astrology?" into google you'll get an answer something like this: Astrology is the study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies interpreted as having an influ...

Why We Should Stop Using the Word Race, It's Stupid.

Milad Hussin
in Science

I have a friend, not just any kind of friend but that special friend who looks at you and knows exactly what's up. The guy/girl you go to when you're in love, scared, confused. The brother from anothe...

Are You Afraid of Ghosts?

Ace Parker
in Science

Ghosts. Why is everyone so afraid of ghosts? Oh, wait. You're not, actually. You're only afraid of what you don't know or understand. I used to be afraid of ghosts; a fear that lasted almost 14 years,...

Millennials Are Aliens and They Are Alienated

Phillip Woodford
in Culture

The Millennial generation has so much choice, so many life chances and so much technology at the finger tips, they have become the object of hate and ridicule from previous generations. The stereotypi...

The Hamrelstein Institute

Kellis Charles Lewis
in Fiction

Log: Dream 5/25/2017 12-1:45 PM We were in a large dark room lit only by several various terrariums containing mundane or exotic plants and animals and we were writing something down about them, their...

A Night of Terror

Bernard Key
in Culture

With a venue located within New Brighton you would expect all of their attractions to be family friendly. Yet under the depths of the seafront you will find an attraction that shows a much darker side...

The Consciousness Paradox

Justin-James Gignac
in Science

Unlike any other species on this planet, humans develop extreme anxiety when thinking about the possibility of nothingness after death. With strong egos and attachment to the material world, ideas and...

Waking Up

Lara Alice
in Fiction

I woke up shouting in my bed. I woke up from my own scream. The plane was falling down very rapidly and I got very scared, grabbed Marco’s hand and then my scream traveled from my dream into my waking...

In Vitro Summation

Vinny J
in Fiction

A faint rumbling penetrated this ancient darkness, the first vibrations its halls experienced in millennia. The rhythmic whir and tumble of sound grew from wide and distant to a narrow, piercing point...


Nicholas Anthony
in Fiction

The Fates don’t play favourites. They play their own cruel game, toying with each thread of existence, ensnaring all who dare to reach out for their own destiny. A lust to exact heinous and petty trea...

The Desert Oracle

Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
in Culture

In the spring of 2015, with the release of the first issue, Ken Layne's DESERT ORACLE carved a place in the unforgiving Mojave Desert. The moment I took one into my hands, I felt like I was reading so...

The Pick Up

Mickey Finn
in Fiction

This story is my homage to the Netflix series Black Mirror. If you haven’t seen it yet, let me take a minute to warn you: It will change the way you think about everything. It’s a fantastic look at th...

A Practical Man, Part II

Brian S. Converse
in Fiction

John paced the aisle of his locomotive prison, his hand on the apple in his pocket the entire time. Hunger pains gnawed at his insides, and his mouth and tongue had begun to swell from lack of water. ...

Are We Close to a Real Medical Tricorder?

Janice Simms
in Science

Devices and Diagnosis