[Writing] Alternative Ending for Doctor Who S11 E4, Arachnids in the UK

I enjoy writing, and have recently started getting into scripts. I don’t generally share my writing exercises, but this particular one is close to my heart because it addresses a recent Doctor Who episode that really, truly bothered me. I’ve proposed an alternative ending to Season 11 Episode 4, Arachnids in the UK. I’d like…

[Film Inquiry] Faster than Light Travel In Sci-fi & Real Life

This article is part of the Fantasy Science & Coffee column on Film Inquiry [Link to original article] Faster Than Light Travel in Science Fiction Faster than light (FTL) travel is one of the coolest hallmarks of science fiction. It’s practically essential for stories involving space travel, because of the mind-blowingly vast distances between stars….

Toolbox: Chain, More Efficient Energy Harvesting

Good science fiction stories make use of interesting hypothetical technology. While it is easy for writers to come up with what each piece of technology does, thinking of how it works in a believable manner is a different ball game.  Every piece of technology requires a plausible power source. Some of the more iconic sources in…

Hello World (and a Tardis Soundscape)

Hello world! I’m a sci-fi/fantasy enthusiast and a researcher in physics. Here, I aim to bridge the gap between science and science fiction. Fantasy Science also appears as a column on FilmInquiry.Com called Fantasy Science & Coffee: You can also find me on Facebook at facebook.com/thefantasyscience. What you should expect: Articles – my thoughts and explanations…