As we are seeing more official confirmations of sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects, we may need to consider the possible impact of what such revelations may eventually mean. At this point, all we are being told is that the origin of these objects is allegedly unknown. We are seeing videos that were formerly classified, and… Continue reading #97: Are We Prepared for Extraterrestrial Life?
The Pandemic has made me a bit nervous. As a consequence, I have felt it to be difficult to concentrate on any new form of entertainment, and have chosen – as I understand, like millions of other people – to revisit some older shows or formats that are still familiar. This has led me to… Continue reading #87: Stargate as Classical Science Fiction
It is easy to get caught up in the issues of the day. There is always some grave injustice somewhere, always some issues that endanger human life, other life on earth, even the planet herself. It is easy, and very compelling, to translate the emotions we all have about deeply important issues into a language… Continue reading #65: Sine Ira et Studio: The Strength of Dispassionate Criticism
We all may believe somehow that there are some bigger forces pulling the strings of society. We all know that money matters in politics. We all know that powerful people somehow are connected with each other. We all know that strangely, if you ask the question "cui bono" or "who benefits," you will always get… Continue reading #59: Why Really Big Conspiracies Cannot Exist
I have sinned, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa. I disliked Star Trek Discovery when it came out. Somehow it seemed too different, both in style and tonality resembling more the newer Battlestar Galactica and others. To me, Star Trek was always a stage play, with better funding than the original Doctor Who, of course, but… Continue reading #6: Star Trek Discovery: Mea Culpa