Tag Archives: science fiction

The Older Sheldon Show Ends

Not with a Big Bang, but a Whimper It was the finale of The Big Bang Theory last night. It seemed almost anticlimactic for a series that has run for 12 years on the evolution of its main character, Sheldon … Continue reading

Posted in showbusiness | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Is This the Real Thing or Just a Fantasy?

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai… (1984) I never saw this one during its initial cinema run. I suspect a lot of other people didn’t, as well. It had a budget of US$14M, but recouped only about half that at the … Continue reading

Posted in reviews, Science and Mathematics, showbusiness | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Connecting the Dots

Everything You Need to Know but have Never been Told More like, everything he’s told us before but now all in one big book. David Icke seems angry. I suspect it’s because he’s been saying basically the same thing for … Continue reading

Posted in paranoia, reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

We’re Not Very “Smart”, Are We?

It’s New: It Must Be Good… “Smart” anything is a warning label. Big Brother has found a way to control your environment, and ultimately you, too. Just ask David Icke… The real reason for Smart Meters is hidden behind bullshit … Continue reading

Posted in paranoia, Science and Mathematics | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

“What Happens Now?”

Interstellar (2014) I knew when I first saw this movie that I would return to it some day: today is that day. As always, movies are open to individualized interpretation. This one is no different:   The US Space Force … Continue reading

Posted in reviews | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Machine Stops…

Written in 1909 I want this fact to sink in: 109 years ago, E.M. Forster sat down to write a science fiction short story. In it he envisioned a world of people living underground after ‘something’ makes living above ground … Continue reading

Posted in paranoia | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Life Could Be A Dream

Reverie There’s a new show on television, one that I had been avoiding for some reason. It stars Sarah Shahi, of Person of Interest fame. And it is a very slick but entertaining programme. The concept isn’t new: a computer-generated … Continue reading

Posted in reviews, showbusiness | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment