By Rosie Oliver…
Quirky facts are the spice of science fiction.
Science fiction is the conscience of the world.
When scientists can’t give you what you want, engineers will come up with an answer that is almost as good as.
There is no utopian society, we can only in a universe of change aspire to it.
Sometimes things are too obvious to notice them, and they make for super science fiction ideas.
Gravity is the language of the stars.
Trust thrives in a society based on truth.
In looking forward, you have to look back.
Science fiction, more than any other genre, forces the writer to come up with new words.
“Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by assholes.” ― William Gibson
Fairytales are not written to tell children that dragons exist. Children know full well that dragons exist. Fairytales are written to show children that sometimes dragons can be defeated. – G. K. Chesterton
A ‘normal cat’ is a bigger oxymoron than ‘military intelligence’. – Robert Harkess 25-Mar-2011
There is science fiction that writes the future and science fiction that simple reacts to the present. The former is inspiring and imaginative – in the best sense of the word. The latter is automatically dated and often comical in its water-downed or confused understanding of real science – though it can also be a lot of fun. – Ryan Sarnowski 7-Dec-2012