The saddest aspect of life now is that science gathers knowledge faster
than society gathers wisdom.
Isaac Asimov, science fiction author
Some natural skepticism as to the purity of all human
motives came and sat upon my
Roger Zelazny, Roger Joseph Zelazny, science
Sometimes I think we are
alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we are not.
case, the is quite staggering.
Arthur C. Clarke, science fiction author
What sane individual
could live in this world and not be
It is good to have an end to
but it is the
journey that matters, in the end.
Imagination grows by exercise
and contrary to common belief is more powerful in the mature than in the young.
The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable
uncertainty; not knowing what comes next.
Ursula K. LeGuin, science fiction author
sacrifices self for
sacrifices society for self. All the
apocalyptist's throughout time have
always seen themselves as chosen and the rest of the Earth as damned to
holocaust - sacrificing the Earth for themselves, always completely inverting
what their particular Holy One was about.
egotism of the
apocalyptist is also seen
in a perverted abstract
sensualism, which dares not look
upon the image of an innocent naked child yet fantasizes about the tempting beauty of the
Whore of Babylon.
ego is further seen, more subtly
but more importantly in the fact that
millenialists and apocalyptists choose to see
the apocalypse and the
utopian paradise as something "out there" in
the world, as the rending of the Veil of Appearances
through global catastrophe
and endtime destruction, followed by a thousand years of the
Perfect State - rather than choosing to face the
apocalypse and the
happier by far but far more difficult, the
the individual soul, the "lifting of
the Veil of Appearances"
through the ecstacy of that
vision which leads one to live on
this Earth as if it were heaven/paradise/utopia.
Howard V. Hendrix, science fiction author
ideology and religion can be
recognized by the kinds of societies that invented them.The means
by which people feed themselves determine how they think and what they
Agricultural societies believe in rain gods and seed gods and
gods for every manner of thing that might affect the harvest (China). People
who herd animals believe in a shepherd god. In both these kinds of cultures you
see a primitive notion of gods as helpers, as big people watching from above,
The religions that say you should sacrifice or even pray
to a god like that, to ask them to do something material for you, are
the religions of desperate and ignorant people.
It is only when you get
to the more advanced secure societies that you get a religion ready to face the
universe honestly, to announce there is no clear sign of divinity, except for
the existence of the cosmos in
and of itself, which means that
everything is holy, whether
or not there be a god looking
down on it.
Kim Stanley Robinson, science fiction author
were a topic that fascinated Sister Seventh.
"History is a child of contingency; so many
events depend on critical misunderstandings or transient encounters that even
the apocryphal butterfly's wing is apt to stir up a storm in short order.
A single misunderstood telegram in June of
1917 permitted the Bolshevik revolution
to become a possibility; a single spy in 1958 extended the Cold War by a
In a universe which
permits time travel, history itself becomes unstable and the
equilibrium can only be restored when the
diabolical mechanism edits itself out of the picture. But that's scant comfort
for the trillions of entities who silently cease to exist in the wake of a
full-blown time storm.
It's hardly surprising that, whenever
intelligent beings arise in such a universe, they will seek to use closed
timelike curves to prevent their own
Faster-than-light travel being possible, general relativity tells us
that it is indistinguishable from time travel; and this similarity makes
of total annihilation dreadfully accessible.
In the small, stupid
little organizations like The
New Republic seek to gain advantage over their contemporaries and rivals.
In the large, vast, cool intellects seek to stabilize their
universe in the form most suitable to
Their tampering may be as simple as preventing rivals from
editing them out of the stable historical record - or it may be as
sophisticated as meddling with the early epochs of the big bang, back before
the Higgs field decayed into the separate fundamental forces that bind the
universe together to ensure just the
right ratio of physical constants to
support life." - Charles Stross
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