[Film Inquiry] Teleportation in Science Fiction and Real Life

This article is part of the Fantasy Science & Coffee column on Film Inquiry [Link to original article] Fans of science fiction are no stranger to the word ‘teleportation’. Each story may have its own style of teleportation, but the premise remains the same: instantaneous movement between far off points in space. Let’s take a…

Toolbox: Immersive Sound Experiences

The incredible Destin from Smarter Every Day makes immersive sound experiences by using binaural sounds. If you watch the videos with headphones, it’s like you’re actually there. A perfect resource for descriptive writers, and travel enthusiasts who can’t always get to where they want to go. The latest is of SpaceX’s FalconHeavy launch, which is…

Toolbox: Evolution of Mutualist Species

This is an interesting tidbit for biology enthusiasts out there.  Recent studies have shown that mutualist species seem to evolve faster! In Lewis Carroll’s book Through the Looking Glass, the Red Queen explains how a race works to Alice: “Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the…

Toolbox: Indestructible Spray

To all post-apocalyptic and science-fiction writers out there: you can totally add indestructible spray to your stories without it sounding like an easy, convenient solution!