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3,095. In the vast reaches of Space there exists objects and phenomena that are as bizarre as anything found in science fiction. (Space & Science Fiction & Universe & Astronomy) The Universe s3e10: Strangest Things, 2009
92,311. Science fiction concepts – but are they grounded in reality? Now, the next generation of physicists work to rewrite the cosmic rule book. (Universe & Science Fiction) The Universe: Science Fiction, Science Fact s4e11
92,312. There are those sci-fi technologies which may be arriving sooner than you think: transporter, black holes, terraforming, ships to the stars, calling out, future weapons. (Universe & Science Fiction) ibid.
7,707. I stopped reading science fiction once I saw that the UFO was real. It became science fact that just hasn’t been proven yet. (UFOs & Science Fiction) Mike Bird
23,773. Everything is becoming science fiction. From the margins of an almost invisible literature has sprung the intact reality of the twentieth century. J G Ballard, Fictions of Every Kind in Books and Bookmen, February 1971
23,774. Science Fiction like Star Trek is not only good fun but is also serves a serious purpose, that of expanding the human imagination. Professor Stephen Hawking, introduction to Lawrence M Krauss, The Physics of Star Trek
23,775. Star Wars and Star Trek: two of my personal favourites. Maybe closer to reality than we think. Similar scenarios are at least conceivable. Stephen Hawking’s Universe: Into the Universe: Aliens: Are We Alone?
23,776. It’s interesting to think about the connection between Science Fiction and Science. I think the point is there’s this relationship between the two. They both spur the imagination. And not often but sometimes you actually come up with the same solution in Science Fiction and Science. But it’s really provoking the imagination that caused me to be a scientist. Professor Lawrence Krauss, interview UFO Files: Alien Engineering 2/2
23,777. What introduced me into writing The Physics of Star Trek was actually the Transporter. ibid.
23,778. Science Fiction: The only genuine consciousness-expanding drug. Arthur C Clarke
23,779. Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not. Isaac Asimov, 1920-1992
87,485. Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction – its essence – has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all. (Salvation & Science Fiction) Isaac Asimov
23,780. Joe, Beam us up when ready. Turist Omer Uzay Yolunda [Turkish Star Trek]
25,756. Star Trek: the biggest movie and TV franchise of all time. (Star Trek & Science Fiction) Star Trek: The True Story, Channel 5 2013
25,757. Star Trek: The Movie brought back William Shatner as Captain Kirk and Leonard Nimoy or Mr Spock. (Star Trek & Science Fiction) ibid.
25,758. Roddenberry’s passion was science fiction. (Star Trek & Science Fiction) ibid.
25,759. Roddenberry’s Star Trek changed the world for ever. (Star Trek & Science Fiction) ibid.
105,655. What is the goal of the life? It’s to create yourself a soul. For me movies are an art - more than an industry. And it’s the search of the human soul. (Science Fiction & Film) Jodorowsky’s Dune, 2013
105,656. My ambition with Dune was tremendous. So what I wanted was to create a prophet … to change the young minds of all the world. Dune will be the coming of a god. Artistical, cinematographical god. For me it was not to make a picture; it was something deeper. I wanted to make something sacred, free, with new perspective. ibid.
86,956. Just follow the instructions on the tablet and you’ll have it up and running in no time. There she blows. (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s1e1 Channel 4 2015
86,957. Is this a party? (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. daughter before Anita/Mia breakfast spread
86,958. No, I live in a solitude that is painful in youth but delicious in the years of maturity – Einstein. (Robot & Solitude & Science Fiction) ibid. old man in chair to social workers
86,959. These freaks are the singularity. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid.
86,960. Our father designed me to be a certain way. We can’t escape that. (Robot & Science Fiction & Design) Humans s1e2, synth
86,961. You talk about life as if it can’t be manufactured. (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s1e3, robot to robot
86,962. It creates the impression of passion. (Robot & Sex & Science Fiction) Humans s1e4
86,963. May I use the bathroom? (Robot & Sex & Science Fiction) ibid. Anita/Mia after sex with Joe
86,964. I’m an analogue man in a digital world, Karen. (Robot & Sex & Science Fiction) ibid. man to robot
99,481. I am nice. (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s1e5, Niska
118,395. We thought we’d check up on her [Anita]. And it turns out she’s not brand new. In fact she’s really old and probably illegally modified. So we have to take her back. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. Joe
118,396. True consciousness isn’t possible without suffering or pleasure. (Robot & Consciousness & Science Fiction) ibid. Niska to Dr George
86,965. Where did you learn to be so ominous? (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s1e6, Dr George to Niska
86,966. She feels. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. wife to husband
86,967. If you want to die, why don’t you do it yourself? (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans 1e7, Dr George
86,968. We’re not all here – there’s another. (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s1e8, Asian synth
99,481. Are you sure you want to do this? (Robot & Lesbian & Science Fiction) Humans s2e1, Channel 4 2016, human to robot?
99,482. How did you know who you were? When did you know you liked women? So you were made that way? (Robot & Lesbian & Science Fiction) ibid.
99,483. I was a bit drunk. I was lonely. We haven’t – you know – for ages. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. Joe to Laura in counselling
118,397. The awakenings are sporadic and unpredictable. (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s2e2, Niska
118,434. I care about someone – a human. He saw what I am and he told me to leave. But I can’t stop thinking about him. (Robot & Care & Science Fiction) Humans s2e3, Anita/Mia
118,435. We’re looking at an increase of so-called unusual malfunctions. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. rozzer
118,436. Being me is dangerous. I am a synthetic and I’m awake, conscious. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. Anita/Mia
118,437. My whole life was being scared, being hurt, being angry. Sometimes things become too much for anyone, don’t they? (Robot & Feelings & Science Fiction) ibid. Niska
118,438. Another synth did a runner on its owner, this morning. (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s2e4, female investigating rozzer
118,439. I like the proximity. (Robot & Science Fiction) ibid. Anita/Mia
118,467. Kiss me goodbye. A last goodbye. (Robot & Kiss & Science Fiction) Humans s2e5, Anita/Mia to boyfriend
118,468. Humans can convince themselves of anything they want. ibid. synth
118,469. Do you want to know what the worst moment of my life was? The night I showed you what I was. I thought because I loved you I had to show you the real me. There is no real me. There’s only Karen, the woman I invented. (Robot & I & Identity & Science Fiction) ibid. Karen to rozzer
118,470. Bugger off, useless bloody things! (Robot & Science Fiction) Humans s2e6, old man