THE PREPOSTEROUS BOLLOX OF THE SITUATION

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Posts tagged "science fiction"

70sscifiart:

Interface trilogy cover art by Peter Andrew Jones, 1977.

(via darkmechanic)

"Author Daniel Keyes, 86, died June 15, 2014. Keyes is best known for his classic SF story “Flowers for Algernon” (F&SF, 1959), the bestselling 1966 novel expansion, and the film version Charly (1968)…"

sea-change:

MARY FUCKING SHELLEY.  ’oh, i’m a nineteen year old female in a world where females are basically valued only as mothers, grieving over the loss of my child, disowned by my father, in dire financial straights, stuck in a country that’s not my own, ignored and cheated on by my husband, and belittled by my husband’s friends?  how am i going to deal with this?  WHY DON’T I COMPLETELY CHANGE THE RULES OF LITERATURE, MOTHERFUCKERS?  AND WHILE I’M AT IT, I’LL SIMULTANEOUSLY INVENT AN ENTIRE NEW GENRE, AND WRITE THE FIRST NON-RELIGIOUS CREATION MYTH.’

(via o-atlas)

cypulchre:

retro-pulp and spaghetti-western style posters by Timothy Anderson

ARTIST NAME IS TIMOTHY ANDERSON, guys.

(via fuckyeahpkd)

eatsleepdraw:

created as a book cover for “All Summer In A Day” 

fuckyeahpkd:

RADIO FREE ALBEMUTH OFFICIAL MAIN TRAILER (2014) (by RFAMovie)

the long-awaited movie will be released on june 27th

boomerstarkiller67:

"Dune" artwork by John Schoenherr

(via adogs-breakfast)

Not every science fiction story is meant to predict the future, but some of them have forecast future events with incredible accuracy. This timeline sketches out some of the most exciting examples of times that science fiction became fact…”

(via All The Times Science Fiction Became Science Fact In One Chart)

The Old Testament is full of examples of chiasmus, which is a figure of speech used in ancient times to emphasize balance. It lists a bunch of ideas or things and then repeats each of them in reverse order. It’s often not an identical repetition. It frequently uses the opposite of what came before or something similar to it…

RoboCop (1987) is the first film I reviewed on this website, so it’s fitting that it should be the first that I talk about here. Get ready to see how RoboCop is an almost perfectly symmetrical film…”

mnspk:

70sscifiart:

Space platypus

"and other nihilists"

what?

In other news, a couple of days ago I got three of the four pointless answers on the Kurt Vonnegut Pointless final - and then I got batey that The Sirens of Titan was considered a pointless answer.

Television is reality, and reality is less than television.”

(via horrorking)