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  • Eric, I think you’re totally right about teachers needing to do more than just supply information. I go to a pretty small school, so the teachers know pretty much everybody and you can almost always count on having a teacher to talk to if you have problems, both in and outside the context of schoolwork. I wish that it could be that way for all…Read More

  • I also think this is important to consider following shootings. The victims should really be the focus. No shooter should be given any more attention than we can help, because it humanizes people who really don’t need to be humanized. Well said.

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    In Science Fiction, the stories tell most often about science and technology of the future, or what we envision the future to be. Science Fiction must be at least somewhat related to science for it to be labeled

    Science Fiction

    In Science Fiction, the stories tell most often about science and technology of the future, or what we envision the future to be. Science Fiction must be at least somewhat related to science for it to be labeled as...

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    • Very cool topic. When you start to think about what was science fiction only a few decades ago, now cemented in the technological canon of today, it really says something about the importance of any kind of fiction in society. You should look at this article from popular science that talks about what is science fiction right now that could become science fact soon. https://www.popsci.com/realistic-generational-spaceship

  • This surprised me, since I don’t really know anyone who earnestly believes in astrology. I wonder why our generation likes it so much, especially compared with other countries.

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    The term “sci-fi” was coined by Forrest J Ackerman in the 1950s, and has been in use ever since. There’s even a TV station (spelled “SyFy”) sharing the name. When science fiction started out, authors like H.G.

    Science Fiction vs. Fantasy

    The term “sci-fi” was coined by Forrest J Ackerman in the 1950s, and has been in use ever since. There’s even a TV station (spelled “SyFy”) sharing the name. When science fiction started out, authors like H.G. Wells imagined...

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