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The big questions of a scientific world

SF, the good SF at lest, is working on the same big questions we keep asking as human beings, but from a place of scientific understanding rather than assuming everything is God-made:

  • What is our purpose in an infinite universe that does not seem to care about us?
  • Are we alone or there are other consciousness we can interact with?
  • Can we make our own path using technology? 
  • Can we escape death? Can we become Gods?
  • What makes us human in materialistic universe?
  • What is good and evil if there is no ultimate judge?
  • How do we know what's real?
  • etc...


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