Has anybody written about fast food in space? Futurama did the whole courier ship thing, and there was that cool flying car/boat/restaurant in Fifth Element, but what about in space?
Low-gravity burgers on the moon. A four-star restaurant on an asteroid that’s spinning so fast that only the most elite ships can calculate a landing safely. (That’s not fast food in the traditional sense, but it’s a pun that I noticed after I wrote it, so there we go.)
Meal delivery services in space! Picture some Han Solo type navigating between bits of broken satellites to deliver a meal to recycling workers, then grumbling about the tip. Then going off to the next delivery, only to find it’s in the middle of an active warzone. Does he risk getting shot, or risk getting fired over a bad review? Tough choices for a space food delivery driver. (Yes, launching the bag of tacos out of the torpedo tubes is an option. There’s special packaging for that, but it comes out of his wages.)
Spaceships - Tank and the Bangas
You’ve heard of doing sketches of scenes from your own fanfiction, but doing sketches of random VEHICLES from your own fanfiction?!
I’ve fallen hard down this hole.
Anyway, here’s the Vyyer and one of the Vortian Katan ships from Nullified! Good luck reading my handwriting. Also, new chapter is up as of Monday.
“The Black Hole” film stills I liked part 3 of 3.
“The Black Hole” film stills I liked part 2 of 3.
“The Black Hole” film stills I liked part 1 of 3.
IGV55 Destruction Concept Art by Nicolas Ferrand (Star Wars Squadrons)
The idea of alien aesthetics has always been one that’s under-explored in movies. The audience needs to know right away if these are the good guys! The ships should look sleek and futuristic! Never mind the fact that cultures on Earth have wildly different ideas about what looks good, never mind what actual aliens might think.
Sure, the Borg have a cube, and that’s very clever of them. It looks very alien and unappealing to us — and also it’s practical since nothing needs to be streamlined if it stays in a friction-free environment.
But there’s more potential than that. Even just color scheme: there’s a post somewhere about wanting to see alien warriors who consider pink & pastel to be the most intimidating, or diplomats who project a calm dignity in their neon camo patterns, and to that I say YES.
Spaceships could be shaped like anything. Maybe an alien culture thinks it’s good luck for their vessels to resemble food items, to invite good luck and keep their food from spoiling on long voyages. Humans would find this funny. Humans would have to work to keep from laughing when presented with a shiny new warship built in their honor — the UES Slice Of Pizza. Some humans would hate this intensely, while others consider it the best thing ever.
space tv shows fans,,,, please Gather round and help me
i am looking for the name of a series that
it IS possible i dreamt this,,,,,, however i really hope not
Fish cakes and spaceships,
I think I get it now;
Stupidly in love with you.
- aliveinpotentia, m.s.
If ocean and sky are parallel to each other, then it’s highly likely that in another universe, we could have had star trek and fantasy alien space based pirate ships
This video shows a grey android extraterrestrial being Interrogation by military and special agents. This video was released to the public in 1997 by an anonymous leaker who claims to work or been to area 51 and later gave the video to Vega 7 entertainment to be aired on television.
In the video you can see the alien and another person who is a telepath trying to communicate with the Extraterrestrial using telepathy. Unfortunately, Nothing was gained from the communication. Later you can see that the alien was having trouble by the way it was moving and medical personal came to treat the alien later in the video.
There has been a lot of controversy of the legitimacy of the film. Some visual effect, video analysis and movie production experts all agree that this video is real. Obviously some are skeptical, they say it may be a hoax and just be a puppet. While some puppeteers agreed that the way this grey alien moved looked almost life like and would be kind of tricky to pull of those kinds of movements.
Now lets ask these very important questions. What if this footage is real? Why are the military interrogating with the alien? Is this how the military got advanced technology? Are they still holding them at area 51?