Tag: Science fiction

March 26, 2021 / Reviews
Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery, one of several new incarnations of Star Trek, is in its third season. I’ve already written about season 1 and 2 before. Normally, that would be that, but I have new things to say about season 3.

January 8, 2021 / Reviews

I discovered Star Wars when I was about twelve. My parents are not big science fiction fans, so my first encounter came through a video game: X-Wing. Last month, after some two decades of nothing substantial, a new Star Wars space shooter came out: Squadrons.

December 11, 2020 / Reviews
The Interdependency

The Interdependency series is a trilogy of scifi books by John Scalzi. The three books came out the past few years, and I recently finished the third installment.

May 8, 2020 / Uncategorized
Star field

Do you like the starry sky picture with this post? Guess what, it’s a generated image. I’ve repeatedly needed cool pictures of stars, and real ones are often copyrighted. So I cobbled some software together to generate starscapes. Have a go if you want.

April 17, 2020 / Writing
Math

You know what would happen if you made a real Death Star? And how many humans do you need to grow in tubes to power a robot society like in the Matrix? Stories can function perfectly well without proper math. However, making the correct calculations can enrich stories a lot.