Warp speed fantasies, realities, and the never-ending adventure to come.
In a recent article posted at The Daily Mail, the University of Sydney’s Professor Geraint Lewis talked about the possibility of something like warp drive from Star Trek becoming a reality in light of Einstein’s theory of relativity. While the article was loaded with enough qualifiers to make it anything but an endorsement of the inevitability […]
Our Star Trek just got one step closer to reality.
Back in October, we asked the question: Enterprise, Falcon, or Galactica? What will Christians use to explore the restored cosmos? It appears that Enterprise may have jumped out to an early lead of sorts. According to a report posted by The Mirror earlier this week, something akin to “Star Trek impulse drive” may have actually been developed: Flying to […]
Enterprise, Falcon, or Galactica? What will Christians use to explore the restored cosmos?
Enterprise, Falcon, or Galactica? What’ll it be? Yeah, I’m serious. And yeah, this is a big deal. (I will explain later; please hang in there and humor me ’til then.) Now, back to the important question: If you were living in a place and a time where things like space travel and space traveling ships were […]
Shields up! Ready Weapons! The Globalists are De-cloaking…
As a confirmed sci-fi geek since…well…basically conception, I’ve always loved things like the original Star Trek. Those gloriously cheesy Styrofoam sets, the over-the-top sound effects, the under-the-bottom visual effects, and [insert Shatner voice here] the…most…hyper…dramatic…dialogue…ever! [end Shatner voice now, please] What’s not to love, right?! (Please either agree or just humor me and play along.) All of […]
It’s All About Future Me! (The Rise of Science-Fiction Christianity)
I am a sucker for good sci-fi.
Star Wars hit the scene when I was five, and that was all she wrote. I was hooked. From there I dove deep into the original Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica series and have been thrilled to see both successfully relaunched in recent years. There’s no doubt about it: I have embraced my inner geek.