Tag Archives: sci-fi

“RESET” – Where planning intersects sci-fi and John Lennon

Imagine if you will, a place and time where society has barely survived nuclear armageddon (the Last War) and reestablished itself in four (4) distinct, unique, climate-controlled, and self-sustained cities in the Mojave Desert – Callisto, Lysithea, Europa, and Elara. This utopian society was founded by an omnipotent Planner by employing wisdom derived from the lyrics of John Lennon’s most enduring song – “Imagine.” Continue reading

Posted in archaeology, art, atomic age, book reviews, books, cities, Civil Rights, civility, culture, entertainment, futurism, government, health, history, Housing, human rights, humanity, literature, Love, planning, reading, Science, Science fiction, songs, spatial design, sustainability, urban planning, Women, writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“Cloud Atlas” is a thrilling trip through time

We saw Cloud Atlas over the weekend and greatly enjoyed the movie. A times, especially early on, it can be a tad confusing. But as the movie progresses everything starts to come together and you realize the depth and breath … Continue reading

Posted in ageism, art, Asia, books, cities, civility, climate change, Communications, consumerism, culture, diversity, entertainment, environment, Europe, feminism, geography, globalization, government, history, homelessness, human rights, humanity, inclusiveness, Love, movies, music, peace, politics, pollution, poverty, racism, Science, spatial design, sustainability, technology, Women, writing | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Best sci-fi on TV today

In the past month I have started watching the show Fringe. It’s very well written and acted. In my opinion Fringe the best science-fiction show on television at the current time. As a result of this enjoyable new discovery (sounds scientific), I would … Continue reading

Posted in art, entertainment, Science, Television | Tagged , , | Leave a comment