Tag: science fiction

The Daze After Tomorrow

The Daze After Tomorrow

April 22, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

We’ve turned form Greek oracles to biblical prophets to scientists to science fiction writers to today’s futurists to get a glimpse of what’s to come. Or maybe not. Sometimes the seers need glasses, or contracts of Lasik or whatever comes next in vision correction. We don’t know; we can’t see that far ahead.

The Cost of Exploring Space: Film vs. Reality

The Cost of Exploring Space: Film vs. Reality

February 6, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

When the first sci-fi film was shown in 1902 it stirred the public’s interest in space exploration. As very few of us will qualify to become astronauts we can still enjoy space travel through the mediums of cinema and television. PaydayLoan.co.uk looks at the costs involved and compare science fiction to science fact.

The Science of Star Trek

The Science of Star Trek

June 4, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Wormholes. Warp engines. Transporters. Replicators. Certainly, much of the universe as imagined by “Star Trek” creator Gene Rodenberry is truly science fiction. But how much of it is reality – or could ever be reality? Best Computer Science Degree explores this question in the following infographic.