Joseph Malik, author of Dragon’s Trail, discusses writing, worldbuilding, and how movies and books really have it wrong about battles.
Thoughts on Liu Cixin’s Three Body Problem, a Chinese sci-fi novel structured around a mathematical problem that’s (still) considered unsolvable.
Mandelbrot fractals, a paralyzed designer from the UK, and a series of mesmerizing computer-generated cities might define the future of architecture.
I finally got around to watching Stanley Kubrick’s most controversial movie. It’s aged incredibly well.
Simple story? Maybe. But in terms of science and design, Passengers really does have something worth noting.