Welcome back to Stargate Command, my fellow sci-fi friends. In continuing with my homage to the Stargate franchise, this week I’d like to feature one of my favorite all-time science fiction series. When I first saw the movie in 1994, I hoped there would be a follow-up. After all, it stood to reason that there had […]Read more "STARGATE SG-1 THROUGH THE WORMHOLE"
Hello my fellow sci-fi fans. Thank you for joining me last month as I paid homage to my other love, Poetry. For the next several weeks, I will be doing a series on the movie and later multiple television series, tv movies and games for the phenomena which we know and love, called Stargate! This […]Read more "STARGATE 20TH ANNIVERSARY"
For the past few weeks, I’ve been discussing the science behind an episode of Fringe, titled “Johari Window”. In this episode, because of Army testing in the ’70’s, all of the residents of the fictional town of Edina, NY are disfigured. However, thanks to an invention by the doctor responsible, the people are able to […]Read more "…AND NOW YOU DON’T SEE THEM"
Last week I introduced you to the residents of Edina, NY on Fringe. This week, I want to share with you some of the research I have found regarding utilization of a form of electromagnetic pulse to disfigure a group of people. I’m not a geneticist, biologist or any other kind of ist, and found a […]Read more "…NOW YOU SEE THEM FOR REAL…"
In the series Fringe, Edina N.Y. (not a real town) is a small town full of normal looking, good-old fashioned, salt of the earth folk. There’s a sheriff with deputies, a Main Street, a diner, the works. Everyone has a shotgun in their home (my kind of town) and hardly anyone ever appears as if they […]Read more "NOW YOU SEE THEM…"
Two weeks ago, I started a post on an episode of Fringe that dealt with déjà vu. This week, I want to delve into the scientific studies of déjà vu and the implications. I have found that it isn’t simply a glitch in the Matrix. If you’ve read this blog for a few months (or longer), you […]Read more "THE SCIENCE OF DEJA VU"
Have you ever known someone to die from a cold virus? If not, then you haven’t seen the “Fringe“ episode “Bound“, from season one of the series. In this episode, a college professor who is also a renowned immunologist is killed with…wait for it…a super-sized mutated cold virus. And it’s pretty nasty. The cold virus, in […]Read more "THE NOT SO COMMON COLD"