How to use Science-fiction in a sentence

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  • For over a couple of decades, Star Trek has captured a wide audience of science-fiction fans.

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  • You might find a dramatic science fiction movie too.

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  • Podcasters on the CNET program "Buzz Out Loud" have collaborated on a very popular science-fiction story at 140Novel.

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  • It concludes with profiles of five major figures in the writing of science and two appendices, one of notes from a science-fiction writing workshop and the other a syllabus for a self-taught course in how to write a science-fiction story.

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  • This year her science fiction novel, The Sex Gates, was a best-selling e-book and also came out in paperback.

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  • If all this sounds a bit too much like science fiction to you, you're not alone.

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  • Are you looking for popular science fiction themes?

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  • It exists solely through the support of science fiction fandom.

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  • When computers are in your clothes, medicine, eyeglasses, wallet, tires, walls, makeup, jewelry, cookware, tennis shoes, binoculars, and everything else you own, those things will do more than you can imagine—the stuff of science fiction.

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  • Mr. Resnick writes in such a way as to make use of the reader 's existing knowledge of the science fiction genre.

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  • He is also currently Vice-President of the British Science Fiction Association.

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  • I've always been fascinated by robots, so I'm writing a science fiction novel that features an android as the main character.

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  • However, the four episodes contained on this compilation appear to have little to do with the science fiction movies.

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  • Whether you prefer Kirk, Picard, or Janeway, there are numerous ways to buy Star Trek patches and indulge in your love of the science fiction franchise.

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  • While it may sound like science fiction to capture sunlight and then reuse it to heat your home, instead, think in terms of solar energy or heat produced by the sun.

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  • Are you interested in writing a particular genre, like romance or science fiction?

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  • It featured the same overhead view and real-time strategy game play as Warcraft but in a science fiction setting.

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  • In military and science fiction terms, a drop ship is a mode of transportation -- typically airborne -- that is designed to carry infantry and other soldiers into and out of the battlefield.

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  • For most of the gamers I know, Final Fantasy 7 is the apex of RPGs, with a magical Science Fiction appeal.

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  • It's science fiction adventuring and action at its best.

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  • By all accounts, Peter Jackson did a fantastic job recreating the classic science fiction movie featuring a giant gorilla.

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  • This online role-playing computer game is a mix of science fiction and fantasy as you fight for the future of a troubled alien world.

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  • Violent scenes or frightening science fiction stories appear to influence the frequency and intensity of children's nightmares.

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  • Scientology was started by science fiction writer L.Ron Hubbard around 1950, and the first official Church of Scientology was founded in 1954.

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  • There is often something unique about a star of popular science fiction and fantasy that captures the imagination, some claim, more than other women.

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  • Like Emma Watson, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Carrie Fisher, Hayden Panettiere has leaped to the top of the "obsessed about" heap thanks to her work in science fiction and fantasy.

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  • The Terminator premiered in movie theaters in 1984 and became an instant hit with science fiction and action adventure lovers.

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  • Battlestar Galactica toys bring the characters and vehicles from the science fiction series to life.

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  • Fans of either version of the popular science fiction series are sure to find a favorite in the diverse selection of Battlestar Calactica products.

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  • Bionicle science fiction figures look nothing like Legos but are increasingly popular and well loved by children.

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  • If you attend a general comic book, anime or science fiction convention, check out sellers with action figures in the dealers' room.

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  • Avatar is a visually stunning science fiction film set on a distant planet.

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  • They are popular attire at comic book and science fiction conventions, and costumed fans were in full force at the premieres of Episodes I-III, the newest Star Wars movies.

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  • No more waiting in the science fiction aisle of the local bookstore for a cute guy or gal to strike up a conversation with.

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  • If you are a science fiction or fantasy writer, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America has a handy reference that outlines how laws affects writers and other publishing folk.

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  • There are plenty of upcoming science fiction movies, so which ones are going to be good?

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  • The past year has been slow for science fiction movies, but it looks like there's going to be a nice selection to choose from if you are a science fiction fan and have felt this sci-fi drought has hampered your movie style.

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  • The only problem you'll have with the upcoming science fiction movies this year is which one to commit to because there will be so many.

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  • Another site that isn't updated very often, but contains a nice collection of science fiction and fantasy scripts is SciFi Scripts.

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  • Sci Fi Scripts - If science fiction movies are your thing, this website has plenty of downloadable scripts in PDF format.

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  • So, expect The Underverse to have the same dark look and feel as Pitch Black and not the feel of a typical Hollywood overly CGI enhanced science fiction movie.

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  • Avatar is a science fiction film based on another moon in the Alpha Centauri star system, Pandora.

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  • While the plot of Avatar will be fodder for science fiction buffs for many years to come as will many of the film's images, some believe that the background of Avatar's creation is almost more interesting than the film.

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  • Perhaps these will pack enough action and science fiction into 60-90 seconds each to keep fans almost content as they wait not just for trailers, but official word on when exactly the movie is expected to be released.

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  • Many like the rush of adrenaline that is brought on by the scary themes of the movies, and science fiction fans will often watch movies that deal with horror themes, along with sci-fi ones, because of the otherworldly themes.

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  • Action movies can be very diverse, ranging from science fiction movies to action-packed dramas.

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  • Those who enjoy science fiction movies or action movies will often enjoy films that involve time travel, since these movies usually incorporate science fiction and action elements and many special effects.

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  • Time travel and science fiction movies featuring time travel are usually very easy to find due to their popularity with large audiences.

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  • Ever since the first science fiction stories regarding time travel and alternate dimensions were published, a growing population of researchers turn to Quantum Physics for a solution to most paranormal issues.

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  • Fortunately, Amazon.com offers an impressive assortment of free books for the Kindle that includes several current bestsellers in the romance, mystery, and science fiction categories.

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  • Other talented cast members including Richard Biggs (who passed away in 2004) went from playing Dr. Marcus Hunter on DOOL to playing another doctor on the science fiction show Babylon 5.

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  • Heigl enjoyed her first regular television role when she was cast as Isabel Evans on the science fiction show Roswell.

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  • Fans of the popular science fiction show would write 'what if' and 'continuing adventure' stories.

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  • Biggs later appeared in the science fiction drama Babylon 5 as Dr. Stephen Franklin.

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  • The small city has become a small tourist mecca for UFO enthusiasts and science fiction fans.

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  • Without a strong foundation of combined scientific and horological engineering, the accurate clock radios the world depends upon today might still reside in the fantastical realm of science fiction.

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  • While NASA has been the spark to keep imaginations alive of science fiction fans worldwide, the dream may soon become the reality.

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  • In cartoons and science fiction of old, vehicles often look more like airplanes than cars.

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  • Anything from Victorian corsets to a science-fiction costume can work for a fantasy scenario.

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  • The Day the Earth Stood Still provides an example of combining the science fiction themes of alien invasion and end of the world.

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  • Definitions of science fiction vary as much as the myriad of subgenres it encompasses.

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  • Someone famously put it, "science fiction is what science fiction writers write."

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  • Stories that speculate on the effects on society of inventions appearing before their time (such as The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling, that posited computers in the Victorian era) are certainly science fiction.

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  • Some suggest that myths such as Jason and the Argonauts offered up early examples of science fiction.

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  • Not only is the science fiction genre changing; it is growing.

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  • This has broadened the demographics of science fiction fans to include mainstream viewers and networks.

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  • Among the multiple themes present in this science fiction classic, it contains the ultimate time paradox.

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  • Stargate SG-1 was a Canadian-American science fiction series that aired for five years (1997-2002) on Showtime before moving to the then Sci Fi network for a final five seasons (2002-2007).

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  • Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek franchise would revolutionize the way science fiction played on television.

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  • He wrote everything, science fiction short stories and novels, mysteries, and popular science articles - he had a fantastic ability to make the most difficult topics accessible - and even books on mythology and religion.

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  • Most of his science fiction was written in the '50s and '60s; he is most famous for the The Foundation Trilogy and The Robot Novels and Short Stories, in which he articulated the Three Laws of Robotics.

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  • So how do you tell if the book you're holding in your hand is fantasy, or science fiction?

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  • Orson Scott Card has said, if it has rivets, it's science fiction.

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  • The setting - a multi-generational starship - is pure science fiction.

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  • Even authors have to pit fantasy versus science fiction.

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  • But plenty of authors write in both the fantasy and science fiction genres.

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  • Fortunately, it found new life on video and DVD, and is now considered one of the most influential science fiction movies ever made.

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  • A satiric and yet affectionate look at science fiction television fandom served on a bed of interstellar action adventure is the recipe for the 1999 movie Galaxy Quest.

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  • LoveToKnow Science Fiction and Fantasy is the definitive source for info on science fiction and fantasy books, movies, television and items.

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  • LoveToKnow Science Fiction and Fantasy is a place for fans of all kinds of science fiction and fantasy to share information.

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  • Sure, we know a lot about science fiction and fantasy, but we can't read and see everything.

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  • We're committed to making sure LoveToKnow Science Fiction and Fantasy has the most accurate and high quality information on all things Science Fiction and Fantasy-related.

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  • While Ray Bradbury is considered one of the authors of the Golden Age of Science Fiction, it's not completely clear that what he writes is science fiction at all.

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  • In the 'fifties, Ray Bradbury published two novels and four collections of short stories that cemented his position in the Science Fiction Hall of Fame.

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  • The Martian Chronicles (1950) are considered by Bradbury to not be science fiction at all, but rather fantasy, since the tales of settlers colonizing Mars were impossible by the science of the day.

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  • In the first category falls the venerable Science Fiction Book Club.

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  • The Science Fiction Book Club is now on the web, of course, at www.sfbc.com.

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  • The other kind of book club, often called a science fiction society, is a group of people who get together on a regular basis to discuss science fiction books.

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  • Long before there were Star Trek conventions, local science fiction societies were organizing and hosting science fiction conventions.

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  • Unlike the media-intensive conventions today, dependent upon the ability to attract a few actors who appeared in some incarnation of Star Trek to draw the crowds, the original science fiction conventions celebrated the written word.

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  • Many of these societies' science fiction conventions are still being organized and held today.

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  • The Baltimore Science Fiction Society, for instance, will be hosting its 40th Balticon convention in 2006.

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  • The ultimate science fiction society, of course, is the World Science Fiction Society, which yearly produces WorldCon and is the body responsible for granting the Hugo Awards.

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  • Many budding writers turn to writing science fiction because it's what they read, and of course that's as valid a reason as any.

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  • But before committing yourself, it doesn't hurt to ask, 'is this really a science fiction story?

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  • Yes, you can write a science fiction murder mystery, a science fiction romance, or a science fiction coming-of-age tale.

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  • The most characteristic difference between writing science fiction and writing mainstream contemporary fiction is that in sci-fi, you have to invent your world, your time and your culture literally from scratch.

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  • Worldbuilding is such a significant part of writing science fiction and fantasy that it deserves its own article.

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  • Short stories are the best way to break into science fiction as a result.

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  • Character development, attention to point of view and pacing are as important in science fiction as they are in any other literary work.

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  • So in effect, writing science fiction is harder than writing 'plain' fiction, since you have to know how to write fiction AND how to world-build and all the conventions and mores of the science fiction genre.

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  • Robots, androids and smart computers are powerful figures in science fiction.

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  • Good science fiction writers populate their universe with a variety of species with interesting and different characteristics.

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  • Ghosts in the movies are a tradition that blend science fiction with horror and thriller.

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  • Firefly is undeniably one of the most visionary and realistic science fiction stories that has ever been told on screen.

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  • Excellent in every aspect of its components, the show is a gem in the science fiction universe that every fan of the genre should enjoy.

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  • Aliens as dramatic characters are so expected a part of television science fiction now that if you were producing a series without them, you'd better have a very good plot-driven reason.

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  • Worldbuilding, whether in fantasy, science fiction or mainstream novel, is one of the keys to building an exceptional experience for the reader.

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  • Cloning in science fiction explores how DNA can be duplicated whether creating a race of people or a race of soldiers.

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  • Long before cloning was a reasonable possibility, science fiction had explored its uses and its perils.

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  • Examining gender roles in science fiction is the stuff of doctoral theses and lifestyle articles alike.

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  • One of the biggest attractions of science fiction as a genre is that it allows the author unparalleled flexibility.

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  • It's only available to the writer of science fiction.

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  • Have you ever spent a half an hour trying to find Alien in Science Fiction only to find it shelved under Horror?

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  • I'm sorry, but any movie in which the action takes place largely on a spaceship, fergoshsake, is, duh, science fiction.

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  • Yes, Aliens is a two-fer, a genuine cross-genre classic of science fiction and horror.

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  • The Stand can legitimately be called science fiction fantasy horror.

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  • The Road to Science Fiction, edited by James Gunn, is a six-volume anthology showing the development and history of science fiction from its earliest prototypical examples to its stories published as late as the 1990s.

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  • The first four volumes, originally published in Mentor Books and recently reprinted by Scarecrow Books, trace the origins of science fiction from Lucian of Samosata through Wells, Heinlein, and Asimov, up to George Alec Effinger.

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  • Younger sci fi fans are going to find this hard to believe, but for some older fans, there is (or was) some controversy over what to call science fiction.

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  • It was inevitable that people outside the genre began to refer to science fiction as 'sci-fi'.

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  • Many old-time science fiction fans often pronounced the word, 'sci fi' as 'Sciffy.'

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  • While the less serious forms of science fiction have always been quite beloved, to use the term generically, was for many a belittling.

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  • At the time when this debate was joined, most science fiction movies and television shows were considered puerile by the readers of science fiction literature, and they had a point.

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  • Thus, for a time, science fiction fans insisted on reserving the disrespectful diminutive 'sci-fi' for media-trash.

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  • Meanwhile media caught up, and most science fiction fans embraced Star Trek in one of its many incarnations as 'science fiction' in their sense of the word.

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  • In March '05, editor Lou Anders of Prometheus Books attempts to clarify Science Fiction Vs.

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  • In Jan '05, online science fiction magazine SciFiDimensions defends its own name in Letters.

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  • Also, the character seemed to be meant to appeal to a younger demographic, the pre-teens, and Star Trek fans who may have been pre-teens when the original series aired were adults now and wanted adult science fiction.

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  • Mystery has its own shelves, horror has its own shelves, romance, humor, travel, computers - all get their own shelvage but science fiction and fantasy are always jumbled up together as 'sci-fi/fantasy'.

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  • While there are readers of sci-fi who wouldn't read fantasy on a bet, and vice versa, there is a huge population of readers who read both fantasy and science fiction.

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  • More to the point, there are a number of authors who write both fantasy and science fiction.

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  • The Hugo Awards, names for 'father of science fiction' Hugo Gernsback, are presented at WorldCon every year by the World Science Fiction Society.

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  • Sheri Tepper is a science fiction author of some note, and most of her novels feature feminist themes of some sort.

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  • Generation ships in science fiction are plot devices from the early days of the genre, when it was discovered that the speed of light was an absolute maximum.

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  • Larry Niven's Ringworld and its sequels is a classic case of science fiction world building on an enormous scale.

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  • The number of scientific advances that have been inspired by science fiction authors is immense.

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  • Another chronic New York Times bestselling author is Dean Koontz, who regularly bridges the gap between science fiction and fantasy, often focusing on the spookier aspects of advanced technology with books like Watchers and "Lightning''.

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  • Likewise, the author of the immensely popular Twilight series, Stephenie Meyer, had her debut science fiction novel the Host chosen as the top pick of 2008 on Amazon's genre listing.

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  • While much of science fiction has been set in the relatively near future, with current social trends extrapolated to logical (at least, to some) conclusions, there is also the realm of science fiction epics.

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  • Alternative methods of telling and marketing science fiction have also emerged, with authors like Scott Sigler (Contagious), J.C.

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  • In fact, a major scifi publishing house, Baen Books, now offers an extensive e-book library of classic and new science fiction for free.

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  • Regardless of the medium, science fiction is only as interesting as the characters within it.

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  • Once you've figured out what story you'd like to tell, and figured out the character, there is still an element you need to make this science fiction as opposed to simply fiction.

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  • It doesn't have to be far different - many science fiction stories take place in the immediate future, such as Michael Crichton's novels.

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  • The audience for the book will pay attention to details, and so the original question morphs further into "How do I write science fiction that is believable?"

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  • On the other hand, one does not have to be an expert in any field to write plausible science fiction.

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  • In 1992 every science fiction fan's dream came true with the launch of the SciFi Channel.

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  • With a nod to the Stephen King science fiction classic The Running Man, the series Cha$e has "runners" trying to avoid "hunters" through real cities and parks in a quest to win real cash.

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  • They make a virtue of the nature of B-movie qualities, with cheesy special effects, less-than-stellar actors, trite plot lines, and a list of titles that is amazing in its range of science fiction stereotypes.

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  • In 1995 the Sci Fi Channel launched "the Dominion" (later changed to SciFi.com) which was a web site devoted to not only the programming on the SciFi channel but also to science fiction in general.

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  • Aside from airing episode synopses (and sometimes entire episodes) the channel also features news of the science fiction world on the "Sci Fi Wire" and has won many awards (including the Hugo and Nebula) for fiction published online.

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  • For some ideas about fantasy characters, check out the following LoveToKnow Sci-Fi articles about some of the most famous characters in science fiction.

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  • Gothic fairies are like the normal fairies that you are familiar with but with more of an edge - almost more science fiction than fantasy in some cases.

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  • There are many types of robots depicted in science fiction as well as used in the real world.

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  • Robots appeared in science fiction as early as 1921 when the play R.U.R. opened in Prague.

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  • The first actual robot wouldn't come until years later, but science fiction writers developed thousands of ingenious ideas decades and in some cases, centuries, ahead of their time.

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  • Technology is often inspired by science fiction and vice versa.

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  • The service robot can be seen any hundreds of science fiction books and movies such as I, Robot and Wall-E and even the cartoon The Jetsons.

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  • Star Trek has become one of the most-recognized science-fiction legends in the world.

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  • Kevin Anderson is a well established and respected name within the Science Fiction genre.

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  • With sequels covering storylines like Dune, Star Wars and his DC Comics series - there are not many science fiction fans today who have not heard of him.

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  • It goes back directly to the basic characters and stories that made Frank Herbert's classics the most beloved novels in science fiction.

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  • LoveToKnow Sci Fi thanks Kevin Anderson for his time in providing readers and fans with his feedback and advice about being a Science Fiction author, and LTK will be following his future endeavors closely.

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  • Sound effects for science fiction venues are an art as much as a science.

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  • Ms. Armstrong took some before her summer vacation to talk to Love To Know Science Fiction about her story telling, her book series and more.

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  • Love To Know Science Fiction would like to thank Kelley Armstrong for taking the time to share her thoughts with LTK readers.

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  • In June, Stacy Haiduk interviewed with Love To Know Science Fiction about her roles on Superboy, Seaquest DSV, Kindred the Embraced, Heroes and Brimstone to name a few genre pieces she's stared in throughout her career.

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  • Love To Know Science Fiction would like to thank Ms. Haiduk for her time and wish her continued success in all her endeavors.

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  • If you are one of the many fans who watch the TV show Heroes each week, then you know that this science fiction drama is now one of the most popular shows on NBC's lineup.

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  • For more information about other generators, check out the following LoveToKnow Science Fiction resources.

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  • This LoveToKnow Science Fiction interview is the product of a long conversation with Patricia Briggs about her writing, her werewolves and her upcoming works.

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  • But I also read mysteries, romance, science fiction and anything that catches my eye.

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  • Love To Know Science Fiction would like to thank Ms. Briggs for her time and to wish her continued success in her writing career.

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  • While a few actors chose to leave Trek, many others took full advantage of the science fiction saga.

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  • If you've ever wondered what exactly the definition of science fiction is, you need look no further than the popular science fiction blog SciFiDimensions.

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  • One of the more obvious ways to understand the true nature of the science fiction genre is to read as many sci-fi books as possible.

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  • At this blog you'll find valuable book reviews of the latest science fiction novels, as well as fun and interesting news and updates about events going on in the sci-fi community.

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  • Snider is the founder and editor at SciFiDimensions, and he recently sat down with LoveToKnow Sci-Fi to discuss not only the blog itself, but also his views and opinions about the present and future of the science fiction genre.

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  • The Internet has changed the science fiction community, in the sense that now just about anybody can get in on the conversation.

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  • It has also changed the way science fiction is distributed and marketed.

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  • First, it is true that 21st century technology has become so highly specialized that it makes it increasingly difficult to feature it in a compelling science fiction story without subjecting the reader to a long, involved info-dump.

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  • Second, I think science fiction has written itself into a corner, to some extent.

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  • I mean, science fiction has had starships, warp drive, AIs, aliens of every description, yadda yadda yadda, but here we are in 2009 and we still don't have HAL-9000 or anything like it.

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  • As a result, much of science fiction is driven by media tie-ins and hefty space opera epics that are hardly discernible from high fantasy.

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  • When I go into a bookstore nowadays, the science fiction section is bigger than it has ever been, so I think print SF is safe, at least as far as novels go.

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  • As far as films, I think science fiction will continue to be immensely popular.

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  • LoveToKnow Science Fiction would like to thank John for taking the time to discuss the world of science fiction and sharing his opinions and perspectives with LoveToKnow readers.

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  • If you are an avid science fiction fan, or you're just curious about what the genre has to offer, make sure to visit Sci-Fi Dimensions to learn about the latest novels and news.

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  • Engineering students sometimes enjoy studying the blueprints and designs for starships, particularly in the Star Trek universe, searching for ideas and possible solutions that would allow them to make science fact from science fiction.

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  • Anyone who has ever read a science fiction novel knows that in stories that make use of giant space vessels, the ships themselves often take on a persona of their own, and they usually become central to the plot itself.

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  • For many science fiction fans, the most intriguing stories and novels are those that focus on the definition of science, technology, and society in a future world or a future level of physics, which borders on real science of today.

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  • In this interview, LoveToKnow Science Fiction sits down with physicist Jack Sarfatti in an effort to understand how close Science fiction stories are to real world theoretical physics of today.

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  • After reading this interview, LoveToKnow Science Fiction fans may now have greater insight into why Jack Sarfatti served as inspiration for Doc Brown in Back to the Future.

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  • As any fan of science fiction knows, starships have their own personality and presence in their respective series.

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  • The top 10 best science fiction starships of all time is a very subjective list, but the ships are representative of some of the best and most rooted for vessels in television and film.

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  • The Australian based science fiction series Farscape is a cult phenomenon.

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  • The best science fiction starships of all time are characters in their own rights.

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  • The Star Wars ships sound effects were ahead of their time and set the bar high for future generations of science fiction space travel film makers.

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  • No one could imagine another composer or another set of themes to the classic science fiction epic that began in 1977 and continues in film, television, novel and music even today.

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  • You can learn more about science fiction music and downloads from the following LoveToKnow Sci Fi articles.

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  • The concept of future robotic pets is a common theme that crops up in numerous science fiction stories very often.

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  • Along with android servants and completely automated houses, robotic pets remain a science fiction dream.

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  • Like wireless communications, space flight and computer touch screens, automated family animals may very well become yet another example of how reality often copies science fiction.

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  • Another interesting alternative take on the concept of future robotic pets was an episode of the science fiction cartoon The Jetsons where the family first meets Astro, the live dog that would become their long-time pet.

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  • Time travel to alternate timelines and parallel worlds has long been a theme in many science fiction novels and movies, but is time travel really possible?

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  • While the communicator from the classic Star Trek series is often cited as sci-fi leading technology, what many people don't realize is that science fiction has been doing that for years.

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  • Perhaps the novel The Moon is a Harsh Mistress (1966) by Heinlein was the inspiration behind that plan.We can go on and on about science fiction and innovation.

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  • Cloning is a popular premise included in a number of well known science fiction novels and movies.

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  • The very idea leads to all kinds of ethical and moral questions, but it does make for good science fiction.

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  • Female androids elicit debates of misogyny, sexual exploitation and even the roots of essential feminism as they appear in science fiction and fantasy works.

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  • In real science, the study of artificial intelligence and androids continues with pioneering science fiction into science fact.

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  • While some women's groups protest the creation of female androids for any purpose, the creation of artificial life as a servant class is prohibitively warned against by some of the greatest science fiction minds including Isaac Asimov.

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  • If you are a sold-out Battlestar Galactica science fiction fan with a creative edge, you can build your own model based on your personal knowledge.

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  • This time he went head to head with Godzilla, the most popular Japanese science fiction monster.

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  • In the science fiction field, there are lots and lots of markets for short fiction.

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  • The various Godzilla characters are each unique and make for a fantastic venture into science fiction.

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  • This idea, while not new in the history of science fiction literature, was new for television.

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  • The other science fiction TV shows running at the time, such as Land of the Giants, Lost in Space and The Invaders, all went with basic designs that could launch from a planet and land on one.

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  • However, even without this particular convention, Star Wars fans have dressed up and hosted parties at science fiction and comic book conventions since the release of the first movie.

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  • Fans voted to give recognition to the movie in 1978 as the winner of the top science fiction Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation.

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  • Many other science fiction and fantasy conventions take place around the world each year, and it would be unusual for an entire convention to occur without the appearance of some Star Wars-clad participants.

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  • Instead it is a topic of discussion among science fiction enthusiasts who enjoy the popular Japanese monster movie genre where Godzilla is known as King of the Monsters and Gamera is invincible.

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  • Can anyone narrow the field down to just the top 5 science fiction shows?

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  • Trying to identify which science fiction shows can be whittled down onto a list of only the top 5 means you have to apply very specific and subjective criteria to the list.

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  • So what criteria should be used for choosing the top 5 science fiction shows?

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  • Should fantasy shows count in a list of the top science fiction shows?

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  • All of these criterions offer something to the mix of choosing the top science fiction shows.

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  • Despite being more of an urban fantasy series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer belongs in the top 5 science fiction shows for blazing the trail for so many other series and novels to follow.

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  • While each series faced its own set of challenges, both are undoubtedly among the top science fiction series of all time.

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  • What is great about science fiction is exploring the possible, the near possible and the virtually impossible with wonder and amazement.

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  • Those that generate the most interest and bring in the most money are the old horror and science fiction film posters.

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  • Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine hit newsstands during the science fiction boom that followed World War II.

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  • He saw a bigger picture for science fiction and hoped to bring his vision to the science fiction community.

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  • When Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine hit the racks, it was an instant success.

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  • It became one of the top three science fiction magazines on the market.

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  • The other two were F & SF (Fantasy & Science Fiction) and Astounding Science Fiction which went through a number of name changes before it became Analog Science Fiction and Fact.

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  • As of 2011, this magazine is the longest running science fiction magazine in history.

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  • For sci-fi fans, using a list of science fiction novels to read your way through the year provides an imaginative adventure to worlds and cultures based on a scientific premise.

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  • While science fiction and fantasy are interrelated, there is a difference.

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  • They both offer fantastical elements, but the "magic" of science fiction is based on science and facts which places it in the realm of the possible.

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  • For both science fiction and fantasy, there is a need for rules to make the "magic" work.

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  • In the case of science fiction novels, these rules must be laid out with a logic readers understand so they can relate to how things work within the science fiction world.

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  • This list of science fiction novels includes some of the most popular over the years.

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  • The above list only reflects a fraction of science fiction novels available.

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  • If enjoy escaping to alien or futuristic worlds but don't have time to read a novel, science fiction short story collections offer the perfect solution.

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  • Today, science fiction short story collections deliver that same quick and entertaining option.

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  • The science fiction genre offers a wide selection of short story collections from classics to collections created by authors who are just starting out.

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  • As you read through the classic science fiction short stories, watch for inventions that today are inventions of the past.

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  • They are a great way to keep your finger on the pulse of science fiction in the 21st century.

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  • From end of the world tropes to plagues, diseases and disasters, the theme in science fiction is most often the central idea from which conflict or solution to the conflict arises.

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  • The fantasy elements of angels and demons are often at odds with the religious aspect of the beings in this science fiction trope.

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  • Time travel remains one of the most popular tropes in the science fiction genre.

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  • Alternate history is a science fiction theme that goes beyond the “what if” question to “what would happen” if history were somehow changed.

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  • From time travel to alternate history to psionics, science fiction seeks to answer the what if question with probable scenarios.

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  • Multiple themes are often present in the same work and science fiction television series have the time and episodes to explore multiple themes throughout the length of a series.

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  • The major work most literary analysts identify as science fiction was Utopia by Thomas More.

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  • While the setting may not be amongst the stars or amongst an alien species, Moore captured the philosophical issues that lie at the heart of most science fiction.

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  • Modern science fiction as it is accepted in the twenty-first century formed around the 1818 publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

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  • In its infancy, science fiction was speculative fiction, the fiction of the near possible or the probable.

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  • If science fiction is the fiction of the possible, then fantasy is the fiction of the impossible.

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  • Urban fantasy began to grow in popularity in the mid 1980s as the modern era caught up with the earliest worlds imagined by science fiction.

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  • Paranormal romance is a subgenre of both science fiction and romance.

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  • Paranormal suspense is the foster child of romance, suspense and science fiction with the occasional horror thrown in.

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  • Like all the other genres listed herein, space opera is one of the subgenres of science fiction.

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  • The subgenres of science fiction are but the key to transport the mind to those places.

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  • In the end, the focus on robots in science fiction throughout the 1950s was really an exploration of advanced technologies, and whether the human pursuit of progress and scientific advancement was worth the dangers involved.

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  • One of the problems with trying to find good Science Fiction websites is that the field of Sci-Fi is so broad.

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  • Choosing where to get your Science Fiction news comes down to picking those Sci-Fi sites that either cover a little bit of everything, or choosing websites that focus exclusively on the Sci-Fi sub-genre that you're interested in.

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  • Even though LoveToKnow Science Fiction should probably be at the very top of the list, the websites below form the cream of the crop when it comes to accessing Science Fiction news, products and community.

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  • The members of the Dark Network (the home company for Sci-Fi Section) created this site to collect a database of member reviews and commentary about Science Fiction movies and television shows.

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  • Phantazm is one of the most unique and probably one of the most beautiful Science Fiction websites on the Internet.

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  • Whether you're a Science Fiction writer, or just an admirer of other authors, the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) website is the place to be to learn all about the current state of the Sci-Fi literary world.

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  • Analog is definitely the best of the best when it comes to receiving the latest news and information in the world of Science Fiction.

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  • This list of the 10 best science fiction sites covers just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to accessing news and information.

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  • The Internet transformed the genre into one where science fiction and fact offer readers a wide variety of the interesting, the fascinating and the strange.

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  • A Stephen King biography provides some clues as to why he is the undisputed King of Horror, as well as a prolific writer in the genres of futuristic fantasy and science fiction.

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  • Making its debut in theaters in May of 2009, the science fiction blockbuster, Star Trek, thrilled diehard Trekkies and new fans alike.

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  • Wilson makes a standard hard-hat to protect the head, for example, and Under-Armour has a mask/helmet combination that looks like it came out of a science fiction movie.

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  • Then he added, But she don't write mysteries, just that science fiction stuff.

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  • In the same way science fiction has developed rules, I find all rules very pernicious to writing.

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  • I first began to write as a teenager, when I first had the idea for a sprawling science fiction and fantasy epic.

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  • Does the way in which your teenage fiction is marketed differ greatly from your adult science fiction?

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  • Lilo & Stitch is, I guess you could say, one of Disney's first flirtation with science fiction animation.

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  • In this science fiction is unique among popular genres.

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  • Hugely entertaining 50's horror hokum written by a noted science fiction author who also wrote the script for The Time Machine (1960 ).

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  • I am inspired by botanical illustrations as well as the works of science fiction writers and see my role as a similar one.

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  • Liquid Metal brings together a number of seminal essays that have opened up the study of science fiction with serious critical interrogation.

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  • Like me, Ellison is a pretty lousy science fiction writer.

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  • Yet he makes some startlingly astute observations during discussion despite his penchant for drawing comparisons with science fiction.

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  • Indeed, his silicon city of the future will be so familiar to readers of science fiction as to appear almost old-fashioned.

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  • Pan's own science fiction list is also rather pallid, I'm afraid.

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  • I was due to do Red Dwarf but the BBC powers thought that I'd done enough science fiction.

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  • British science fiction had already been there, done that.

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  • Whatever the reason, cyberpunk marked a sea change in American science fiction.

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  • It was a low budget, high concept piece that was very good science fiction.

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  • I would recommend this book to those with an interest in Victorian literature and early science fiction.

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  • The novel is part thriller, part historical novel and part science fiction.

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  • All of the lobster tails breaded george lucas science-fiction the rocks along.

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  • Minority Report, his first film with his new best mate Steven Spielberg, was a cracking science fiction thriller.

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  • Seeking finance & company associations, eg product placements for original science-fiction thriller.

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  • The science fiction writer, Frank Herbert, featured clones in many of his novels.

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  • Bad science fiction plots, speculating on futures which could not really happen, are the worst examples of this.

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  • In some twentieth-century science fiction visions of the future, humans created friendly robot sidekicks with data storage capacity and computational speed the human brain lacked.

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  • This is not science fiction.

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  • Unfortunately the prospect of selling virtual West Cornwall holidays lies firmly in the realm of science fiction.

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  • I was due to do Red Dwarf but the BBC powers thought that I 'd done enough science fiction.

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  • Anyone who is a fan of the birth of science fiction as a genre should read this book.

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  • Robert Abel himself had a partner, a science fiction fan of long-standing, called Carl Pederson.

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  • Current visual sources of inspiration include illustration of marine creatures and science fiction hardware, fossils, tin plate toys and various eroded objects.

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  • The concluding book in this top-drawer science fiction trilogy, Felaheen, reputes to complete Raf 's circle of life.

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  • For instance, science-fiction author Orson Scott Card has posted the original "Ender's Game" short story on his personal website.

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  • It features a good collection of science-fiction shows as well.

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  • The idea to have virtual pets that grow is a little farfetched to some and may sound like science fiction.

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  • Her second film was the science fiction thriller Parasite.

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  • The show was a science fiction story based on the reported alien activities in Roswell, New Mexico, and how they affected future generations.

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  • In the 1980s, Singer became well known as the star of two major science fiction franchises.

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  • Marc Singer has continued to play a wide variety of roles, mostly on television, though he's still mostly known for his science fiction endeavors.

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  • When he's not busy filming, Singer makes regular appearances at science fiction events like the annual Dragon-Con in Atlanta, Georgia.

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  • These festivals draw thousands of science fiction and fantasy fans from around the world, and Singer is a popular attendee.

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  • Though he has become synonymous with the science fiction genre, it seems to be a label that he has embraced.

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  • The still image from the film of Guffey standing in an open doorway has become one of the most recognized and iconic pictures from any science fiction movie.

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  • First of all, the Chronicles of Riddick movie has a huge fan base as it is in both the science fiction and action categories.

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  • Novelty lenses are customizable and can be used in fantasy or science fiction to give an alien or mythical creature an extra edge of believability.

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  • As America left the age of science fiction and entered into the age of communes and natural living, younger families rejected the pink flamingo and all it stood for.

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  • The Extra Terrestrial and Shrek to science fiction fun like Men In Black, guests can jump into their favorite roles and be a part of some of Hollywood's most popular movies.

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  • Savage is a science fiction battle game that takes place soon after an apocalyptic event.

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  • This RPG includes elements of science fiction and magic as you travel the galaxy in search of the secrets of the universe.

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  • While its name may make you think of a Will Smith science-fiction movie, Android actually has nothing (directly) to do with the movie industry.

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  • While this distinction enlivened proceeding at many a college science-fiction bookclub meeting in the sixties and seventies, no one else was paying any attention.

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  • Even though it's science-fiction, the wormhole theory is a popular one that many theorize could also allow travel into other dimensions or parallel worlds.

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  • Well, Daily Science Fiction puts the "fiction" in Science Fiction.

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  • Each reader is deeply engrossed in a science fiction novel.

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  • In the seventies, his 'shtick' at science-fiction conventions was to play the Dirty Old Man, signing books presented by young female fans with semi-lewd come-ons.

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