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
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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
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
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