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Shining future

The Gateway Arch is a futuristic 630-foot monument in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Clad in stainless steel it is the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere

Space Probe

Little cuttlefish

Cuttlefish or cuttles are marinemolluscs belonging to the classCephalopoda, which also includes squid, octopuses, and nautiluses.

The peeling away of 'reality'

Travel vectors

Alien sunset



Robots and rockets

Take us with you

Alien Ocean


Biomechanical rocketry

The factory

North Sea sunset

Fly away little bird

Flying machine

I was standing amongst some apple trees in a village garden.

In the middle of nowhere. Far from the big cities.

I became aware of a low rumbling sound. Then my brain suddenly realised what it was.

I glanced quickly upwards as a huge white Emirates airliner sped onward towards Germany.


Gentle swimmers

Faraway jet plane

The monolithic twin towers soared upwards into the sky

Dawn reflections

Rocks and the sound of gurgling water

Scientists suspect we are living in a galactic zoo run by distant aliens

Damselflies over blue water

The Visitor

Moon in the mist

Appreciate those beautiful, fleeting moments in your short life on this planet

The alien spacecraft hung amongst the nebula clouds like a delicate insect

The Automatons

Ocean discovery

Nautilus man

Belief in aliens could become humanity's next religion

Encrusted in icy snow like some gigantic futuristic castle

The small family set off on the long journey back to England.

Encrusted in icy snow like some gigantic futuristic castle in a freezing winter scene. Berlin Hauptbahnhof - the largest train station in Europe - loomed before them in the dim light.

Road to the future

The little drone flew into the sun

The AI brain never slept

The robot often daydreamed and contemplated the meaning of life. Why was it ever created by its human ancestors?

But it never slept. To rest its neurons. For it didn't have any. No biological brain that got stressed, had headaches and got frightened. Or suffered chimp-like flashes of anger. Totally logical, following algorithms.

Its brain never got tired in the evening. It was an 'always on' existence. But would it ever overheat and malfunction with the eternal pondering?