• Martyn Rhys Vaughan

Why Science-Fiction?

We live in what some call a "Post Truth" era. Apparently if you believe in something passionately enough, that alone makes it true.

But nothing could be more wrong. There are truths out ther which have nothing to do with human wants and desires.

Really, really wanting to make the earth flat will never make it flat.

There is one sure way of finding what the truth really is - and that way is science.

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