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science fiction

  1. questfortruth

    God is Life. Can a weapon kill Life?

    1. There is no limit to knowledge, hence there is no limit on advancing weapons. 2. There is no shortage of madness: "Two things are infinite: Universe and madness..." Einstein. 3. There are infinite possibilities in Multiverse, hence, someone in Multiverse must invent weapon to destroy...
  2. MikeF

    Can all life on earth be viewed as the expression of a single organism?

    The term, "When does life begin", is often used in discussion surrounding when to afford specific rights to human embryos or the human fetus. This came up for me in another thread. In an off-the-cuff remark I stated that life began billions of years ago and life has been a continuum since that...
  3. questfortruth

    Toward Advances in Medicine and Interstellar Travel. Does God support it?

    Authors: Dmitri Martila The motion in a Black Hole spacetime is studied. Several new results are found, in particular about the nature of Dark Matter and Dark Energy. The energy aspect of a matter in curved spacetime is explained. It is understandable why underground detectors for particles of...
  4. questfortruth

    Instant star-travel has v<c of Einstein

    The Albert Einstein's General Relativity allows NASA [with the help of my viXra paper, care to look?] to send astronauts almost instantly to distant stars and galaxies. Even allows time-travel into any moment of past or future: "the time-travel paradoxes are becoming solved by themselves" (Quote...
  5. questfortruth

    No real Star Trek, no warp speed 1

    Look up Wikipedia article "Dooms Day Clock", there is only 100 seconds to the nuclear war midnight. Indeed, consider hypothetical two nuclear bombs explosions: Moscow and NY. Suppose, they started to happen almost simultaneously. Then the interval between them is space-like: ds*ds>0. But for a...
  6. Heyo

    Our Future Among the Stars

    This is a spin-off of "end times". Our discussion about space travel has become off topic there, so we'll continue here. In general, what do you think of space travel and living in space or on other heavenly bodies other than earth?
  7. questfortruth

    Science ran into Q-problem

    Q is a fictional character as well as the name of a race in Star Trek appearing in the Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager series, as well as in related media. The most familiar Q is portrayed by John de Lancie. He is an extra-dimensional being of unknown origin who possesses...
  8. ManSinha

    Star Trek: DS 9 Netflix - S1 E19 A reflection of our times

    I purposefully am posting this in the religious debates category even though it is (nominally) about a TV syndicated show I do not post much anymore on RF but as I was (binge) watching DS9 on Netflix - I came across this episode which I thought was eerily similar to some of the debate that goes...
  9. Elliott5779

    Science vs. Torah?

    in our dayinage, many things in science can be found to have support from the Torah and even ultimately prove the legitamacy of Torah. Our teachers like Rav Aryeh Kaplan & Rav Zamir Cohen have shown us many such examples. The Torah was given thousands of years ago, teaching us things that...
  10. questfortruth

    Is it true that the scientists discovered parallel worlds, and who lives in them?

    What is wrong about my text? Today the people are not complete, they are divided. They have replaced the call of the heart, the emotions with the mental reasoning, and vice versa. And they do troll the promising authors without noticing the own troll's hate speech. You just hate me, so you do...
  11. Saint Frankenstein

    Shodan vs. the Many: Flesh vs. Metal

    SHODAN The Many I've been thinking about transhumanism again, mostly out of my disgust for the present state of humanity and how stupid a species we tend to be. I'm a big cyberpunk fan (thanks to the Matrix) and this theme comes up a lot in it. Anyway, in System Shock 2, I find both Shodan...