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Atheists enjoy speculative stories as they *should* be enjoyed: for entertainment purposes only, not to be confused with reality. Members here can have fun discussiung the literature, movies, TV, etc.

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Welcome science fiction & fantasy fans!

As a science fiction/fantasy writer myself, I enjoy taking voyages into the unknown. Looking at the universe as it isn't often helps us put the real world into perspective. It's also fun to take an occasional vacation from the often-harsh reality around us. Unlike the theists, the religionists, the god-groupies who feel compelled to live in fantasy realms, we visit them and then come back home--and then go voyaging again.

I hope you'll all feel free to congregate here and compare your experiences in other worlds and times.

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Comment by Richard Valcourt on April 1, 2009 at 2:45am
Drat, I'll have to sit this one out. I've not seen a single episode of the new Battlestar, probably because I have such foul memories of the old Battlestar. Don't worry about spoilers, though. I look forward to seeing the discussion.
Comment by Stephen Goldin on March 31, 2009 at 7:40pm
Okay, I'll start something off. I thought the finale to Battlestar Galactica sucked little pink bunnies. The first couple of years were fantastic, much better than the original series. I thought it was particularly bemusing that the good guys were polytheistic and the bad Cylons were the monotheists. Then it all fell apart in a spiritualistic mishmosh, where no one was sure what was going on. And it all ended with Adam & Eve, as I'd been afraid it would. The ending was more self-indulgent (speaking as a writer) than the AIG bonuses!
Comment by Richard Valcourt on March 31, 2009 at 7:29pm
Super idea for a group, Steve. I can't wait for the ideas to start flowing.
Comment by Stephen Goldin on March 31, 2009 at 3:57pm
Indeed, Leslee, and welcome.
Comment by Leslee Love on March 31, 2009 at 3:14pm
Yay for scifi!!
 

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