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From the Cthulhu Mythos to the Intergalactic Empire: The Kardashev Scale in Science Fiction

Theorists often judge a civilization by its energy demands and access to resources. More advanced a civilization is, bigger the demand for energy gets to feed the population, or to fuel the machines and technology. In 1964 the Russian astrophysicist … Continue reading

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Thoughts on infinity

There’s a blog named: “Of sense and sensibility” that I like a lot. It is very interesting and well written by a very intelligent person. Lately there was a post about the concept of infinity ( https://ofsenseandsensibility.wordpress.com/2015/05/01/the-problem-with-infinity/ ) that got … Continue reading

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Science in Science-Fiction

Could you watch a science fiction movie even though it is scientifically inaccurate? We all love science fiction especially because of all the cool technology and fancy science,  but sometimes fiction gets the best of it and we are left with … Continue reading

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Science and liver chunks

To be honest, my research these days is not going so well. I have to change the enzymatic system I am using and haven’t quite decided yet which the new system should be. Only way to know for sure is … Continue reading

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