OK fellow nerds, let's have at it! I know you're out there. To get the party started I'll lay down a bit about my love for science fiction which started when I first realised that 100 years ago there was no things like plastic, quantum mechanics, electronic device interfacing and so on. These things were all science fiction back then, now they're part of daily life. That's what gets me going. In 50 years time what we perceive as sci-fi could well be mundane reality. Look at things like textiles (Gore-Tex, carbon fibre), medicine & treatment (pace makers, MRI), transport (e-vehicles, supersonic jets), clothing, communication, music, I could go on and on. My passion for sci-fi probably started with Azimov & Author C. Clark books at a young age, Tron and Star Wars in cinemas as a kid, 2000AD comics and a discontinued BBC show called Tomorrow's World which aired every Friday as I was growing up. I'm currently fascinated by the morality, culture and politics of sci-fi. Things we see in shows and books which could or could not be in time to come. For me, sci-fi is a glimpse not into the future, per se, but a view of somebody's imagination in a semi-raw form. Most sci-fi stems from current ideas & tech but the greatest sci-fi [to me] is the stuff that is seems to have no ground in the current and is pure fabrication of the future or its persona. Enough with my ramblings and let the talking begin! EDIT: Here are a few pics to wet your appetite for the SF.