The Andromeda Evolution by Daniel H Wilson. It’s 50 years since the alien virus known as The Andromeda Strain almost wiped out humanity when it emerged in a remote US town. Although the particular type of virus was believed destroyed at the time, a mutation escaped into the atmosphere. This variant upon the original is […]
Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky In a galaxy far, far away, life goes on as normal and it has absolutely nothing to do with this book. There are no Hutts, or Gungans or Ewoks anywhere. There are many other aliens, though, but then again, are they really alien at all? Confused? Then read on […]
The future is exciting. The future is scary. Our rush to embrace complex IT processes is almost complete. We desire a life of leisure where robots and technology do all the work. Yet it appears that as we improve computer systems the benefits to humanity are marginal. Mobile phones, for example, were supposed to make […]
In this article, Rebel Voice introduces the mysterious world of fractals. These are patterns found in nature and space which are now being replicated for use in modern technology, such as mobile phones and genetic research. This process, known as biomimetics, has proved to be extremely useful in our modern world. Velcro is probably the […]
So which would you chose to live on, Venus or Mars? Suppose it depends upon whether you’re male or female, as we all know that men come from Mars and women from Venus, or is it the other way around in this enlightened age of gender-ambiguity? If you enjoyed this, please share
Space: the final frontier (in the world of real estate). There’s just so much of it that anyone can afford a piece if you can only get to it. Here are some places to stay on your journey there.
There are too many great sci-fi movies to be viewed in one sitting – unless you are Sheldon Cooper – yet it is entertaining to take a peek at some of the most recent or best known. In this list, we get a glimpse at those that concern apocalyptic events. – If you enjoyed this, […]