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Turn Back the Clocks and Enjoy the View

Maybe we could create a massive enough body to curve space-time. Just not in my backyard.

“He walked along quietly and sedately, without hurry, to avoid awakening suspicion. He scarcely looked at the passers-by, tried to escape looking at their faces at all, and to be as little noticeable as possible. Suddenly he thought of his hat. ‘Good heavens! I had the money the day before yesterday and did not get a cap to wear instead!’”

This is not rock music.

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Sometimes All It Takes Is a Little Boy and a Gun

The train goes through the darkness / Towards the sea of light / An endless universe where dreams lie scattered / Let us cross the bridge of stars.

Little Tetsuro travels with mystery woman Maetel all across the Galaxy to get himself a new robotic body. He is welcomed onboard the prestigious Galaxy Express 999, a state-of-the-art spacecraft constructed after the fashion of a 19th century steam train. Next stop, Mars station!

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Alpha Theta Kappa Phi

The Ancient Greek surely had a way with letters.

Α – Alpha waves are a type of brain waves that predominantly originate during wakeful relaxation with closed eyes.

Θ – Theta waves are a type of brain waves associated with creativity and dreams.

Κ – Connectivity is one of the basic concepts of graph theory. The connectivity of a graph is an important measure of its robustness as a network.

Φ – The golden ratio, also known as the divine proportion, golden mean, or golden section, is a number often encountered when taking the ratios of distances in simple geometric figures.

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Rymdskepp

Swedish-English: rymdskepp (n.) = space ship, a spacecraft, especially one controlled by a crew.

The 6985 Cosmic Fleet Voyager carries a crew of several astronauts and ports a lunar vehicle for surface reconnaissance. Originally released in 1986, the spacecraft is aptly suited for both in-system and interstellar exploration. While not armed for combat, high-powered dual front-mounted lasers provide defensive measures in the case of hostile encounters.

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Music from the Future of the Past

Robots dream in the high alleys hidden in the bosom of cities of steel.

On orbital rings, lands are recreated, lush with willow-trees, teeming with colorful birds.

We think about the next move.

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Land of Willow City of Steel

This is not rock music.

This music originates in the future of the past. It’s roots lay in the robotic visions of Isaac Asimov, in the visionary insight of Fritz Lang, in the worlds spun from the imagination of Leiji Matsumoto.

Science Fiction Synth Pop.

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