Science Fiction

UPSC, scientific inspirers, Kashmir killings

Hi NL team, I have been a subscriber for a few months. I like your work, especially Hafta and the ground reports. One request, if you can share Hafta RSS feed with all level of subscribers, it will be very easy and convenient for subscribers because your podcast player is …

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5 sci-fi adaptations that surpass their sources

Adaptations are always a gamble. Some stories just don’t get translated to the screen because they’re books, comics, or even plays. One genre is particularly difficult: science fiction. While it doesn’t give as much knowledge to explain as fantasy does, the genre still poses a big challenge to a director …

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Sea monster size comparison lines up aquatic sci-fi beasts

Sci-fi universes are often teeming with ocean worlds and aquatic beasts. Despite their ubiquity, however, it’s hard to say which sci-fi aquatic monsters should (theoretically) scare us the most. A new video comparing the heights of YouTuber and host MetaBallStudios ocean sci-fi villains now makes sense to us, thankfully. And …

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To boldly go where no nonagenarian has gone before

The human mind travels faster and often farther than the human body. On September 8, 1966, the science fiction television series Star Trek began taking delighted viewers on a weekly imaginary odyssey of outer space “to explore strange new worlds, search for new life and new civilizations, boldly go where …

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Where to watch and read Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop is highly regarded for its storytelling, world, characters, and soundtrack, so those who have never seen it should finally get on board. Cowboy Bebop is without a doubt one of the most well-known and iconic anime ever produced, most notably the first anime to ever air on Adult …

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