Posts Tagged ‘ Philosophy ’

What Ifs

Dec 19th, 2010 | By

I’ve been re-watching Deep Space 9.  It’s arguably the best series of the (post-1960s) Star Trek franchise, and definitely my favorite. This evening, I watched the episode “Battle Lines“.  As with many of the first-season episodes, it’s a bit simplistic.  It’s an obvious morality play about the nature of war.  However… there’s something deeper.  The
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BsG vs. SG:U — The Humor Factor

Nov 23rd, 2010 | By

Following up on characters… Recently, I pulled out my Battlestar Galactica DVDs and rewatched the entire series, from beginning to end–including that abomination known as “The Plan”. I’m also a fan of Stargate: Universe (sometimes jokingly referred to as “Stargate: Galactica”). It’s fairly easy to compare the two, and many people have done so–usually to
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Little by Little

Nov 19th, 2010 | By

Small Changes and Big Guns Things are moving slowly, but they’re moving–and that’s what counts. A lot of what’s happening is happening behind the scenes.  For example, today we added another consultant.  This one has expertise in linguistics and (cutting edge) AI development.  We already have a consultant for military and space matters.  This is
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A Brief Repose

Nov 16th, 2010 | By

The blog has been silent for a couple of days, but that’s just because I’ve been busy with other creative projects.  The forums, however, have some new–and insightful–posts.  And there’s big things happening behind the scenes. An interesting story broke today–one which ties in very closely with one of the Trilobyte projects:  Gemini Colony.   A
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