How many people find the topic of Aliens to be interesting?
I think it is interesting and at times enjoy Sci-Fi and Fantasy literature / film because of it. I like having an active imagination. However, I understand the science around the likely hood of it. I really don't actively debate such.
As a novice writer I play with conceptualizing visitors or inhabitants from afar in space. But, it tends to be with aim at social commentary and character development, which many times those genres have the same aim. That said an Alien character development is kinda' limited to personifying human characteristics within that character. The social commentary perspective tends to draw comparisons with the human setting of the literature / film with historical context.
I love aliens! They can be anything you want them to be from an intergalactic bug to a gourmet chef looking for a new menu items. My favorite is Klaatu (1951) and my favorite scene is when he explains Gort.
I've written several science fiction stories about them, as well as the hub What an Alien SETI Program Would Learn from Earth’s Signals.
by Sunshiney31 8 years ago
Sometimes when I find myself wrapped in the fog depression brings,and once the fog has lifted I gain new insight and insiration.I'd like to hear your journies...
by Blessitbe 8 years ago
Why is it that people find it so hard to believe in the LORD?Don’t we have proof that he existed through out times, from ancient Jewish religious, Christians & Islam, throughout all walks of life?
by WishhingGirl 7 years ago
Would writing about how Aliens might have shaped our history be a good topic?I am new at this. Not only that, but I was wondering if anyone else would read what I have to write about if I talk about Aliens.
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
I found this map that explains gun ownership in GA:
by Aravind Balasubramanya 3 years ago
Why do people find it so hard to say wonderful things like "Sorry", "I Love You" or "Thank You"?
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