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Adam Oyebanji

Stranger Than Sci-Fi: How Science Nudges Fiction Into New Frontiers

“There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” The good folks at love SF writers (well … duh) but they also understand that it is our job to not exactly tell the truth. As I am a distinctly unreliable narrator, I have been sternly warned that if I am claiming to write facts for you lot, I had better have the citations to back them up. Ugh. I write science fiction for a reason.

Well, fine then. That quote is from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5. Hamlet wasn’t wrong. There are things out there far stranger than we can possibly imagine. Like what, you might ask. To which my answer is this: I have no freakin’ clue because I can’t possibly imagine it.

[Which is where science comes in…]

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