Worlds of Science Fiction

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I’ve been study­ing the sci­ence behind the worlds of sci­ence fic­tion with the inten­tion of using it for world build­ing. I’ve writ­ten a series of arti­cles intro­duc­ing these sci­ence con­cepts.  My inten­tion as a sci­ence fic­tion writer was to build a set­ting where at first glance par­al­leled the real uni­verse. Con­se­quent­ly, I tried to use… Con­tin­ue read­ing Worlds of Sci­ence Fiction

World Building for Science Fiction

Image by Snap­wire on pex­els I want­ed to share some insight into the world build­ing process that I am using in my sci­ence fic­tion sto­ries. First off, most would call my sci­ence fic­tion as ‘Hard’ sci­ence fic­tion because of my use of sci­en­tif­ic rig­or when devel­op­ing my sto­ries. For myself, it’s part of the rea­son… Con­tin­ue read­ing World Build­ing for Sci­ence Fiction

It’s All About Power

Image by Pix­abay avail­able on Pex­els Part 3 of World Build­ing for Sci­ence fic­tion In case you’ve missed the pre­vi­ous posts in the thread, Part 1 begins here. The pre­vi­ous post in this thread, Part 2 is here.   The Kar­da­shev scale mea­sures the tech­nol­o­gy of a civ­i­liza­tion.  It express­es the details in one para­me­ter:… Con­tin­ue read­ing It’s All About Power

It Starts with a Paradox

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Part 2 of World Build­ing for Sci­ence Fic­tion Part 2—It starts with a para­dox   Pho­to by Rakice­vic Nenad from Pex­els     The Fer­mi para­dox tries to answer: Where are they (the aliens)? It looks at how fast trav­el is across the galaxy.  It says by infer­ence the time to explore the 100 bil­lion… Con­tin­ue read­ing It Starts with a Paradox

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