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Some absolutely incredible medical breakthroughs have given cause for a Special Edition of Doc Forre’s Science Report. Medical Technology A common risk in medical surgery is artifacts of the procedure being left behind in the human body, and scientists have now developed a way to solve that problem. A team from Northern University has developed […]

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Keanu Reeves as Neo, in The Matrix
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In the previous article written by Karl, he gave us a great notion of how we can think about reality and existence according to a cyberpunk point of view. However, what do some theorists say about these subjects? If we consider that cyberpunk came about in the 80’s as a means to (among many other […]

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Neon Dystopia has been growing. Whether we’re talking about the size of the team, the number of articles produced, the traffic heading to the website, or the projects we have in the pipeline. Everything is moving onwards and upwards! We really appreciate all of you reading, sharing and commenting on our stuff. We’re at a point where […]

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Iris van Herpen, Biopiracy
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Although you may find her creations rather futuristic than cyberpunk, Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer every science fiction fan should pay attention. Even if you aren’t into fashion, her aesthetic is a rich source of inspiration for artists, especially those who work with character design. In this post, I will show you some […]

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This article attempts to discover whether virtual reality is merely an experience one can have through a pair of goggles, or if it is somehow already present in our lives today. What do we know about existence? Existence can be narrowly defined as something that “is” as opposed to something that “is not”. Today many live […]

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“Divine Move” perfectly presents what frustrates me most about 12 Monkeys as an expanded story and universe thus far: the presentation of compelling elements and their deliberate refusal to follow through on any of them. As Cole’s condition worsens, and his molecules shake his body out of proper composition, he returns to Railly, ruining a romantic […]

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Stefan Poiss and Markus Hadwiger, the men behind mind.in.a.box
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Futurepop has been an amazing music genre to create sci-fi atmospheres. As an outgrowth of electronic body music (EBM), which was very popular in the 80’s, futurepop had its peak mostly in the 90’s, when the lead singers of VNV Nation and Apoptygma Berzerk coined the style. Since then, many other bands have been producing electronic […]

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Did you hear? Cyberpunk has come into its own. I know, you’re excited. Right? Reading this on this site tells me you have some interest in cyberpunk, at least enough to want to consume even more media to just keep the concept even more fresh in your mind than it already was. That’s the benefit […]

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Neill Blomkamp’s most recent movie, Chappie, is the successor of his previous films District 9 and Eylsium. Where District 9 was mostly about institutional apartheid, and Elysium was about the vast class divide, Chappie is about innovation, parental relationships, and transhumanism. Since I saw the first trailer I couldn’t shake the feeling that this movie […]

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