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  1. nanobotswarm:

I want to be human by elianeck
     
     
  2. marlongobel:

MARLON GOBEL • “Transhumanism” S/S 2015

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    MARLON GOBEL • “Transhumanism” S/S 2015

     
     
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Back to the Future (1985) [1110x2110] [OS] : MoviePosterPorn
     
     
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Emily Blunt in Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

    Emily Blunt in Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

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  6. What are some of your favorite dystopian science fiction books (or short stories)?
    asked by Anonymous
    answer:

    Well, 1984 will always be on my top favorites. That book really shook me to the core. Fahrenheit 451, because I’m a librarian. Gattaca is a classic too. I guess you could call Asimov’s The End of Eternity dystopian. But enough about me, what your (the one who’s reading this) favorite dystopian stories.

    - totalinterferencia

     
     
  7. truthknowledgewisdom:

    Beyond Lies the Wub
    Short Film set on Mars.
    Based on a story by Philip K. Dick

     
     
  8. Why don't all comics and superhero stories just start writing 100% women only as main characters? Obviously men want to see women, and women want to see female characters so they can feel strong and empowered. Feminists are always complaining about male-dominated media, so this seems like a win-win situation to me. Why not just eliminate male superheroes altogether?
    asked by shinobiwolf
    answer:

    No, I don’t think that would be better at all. It might be interesting for a few stories, but it would get old if that was all that was available. What we need is a more diverse and comprehensive set of characters, of views, of opinions, of places, of races. The world is a variegated and interesting place, and it would be nice if the stories we tell each other showed just that.

    - totalinterferencia

     
     
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