Fantastic pictures form Occupy Montreal by my friend, and professional photographer, Joshua James. Continue reading
Thermodynamics: A fun way to teach people about heat and pressure. Come and check it out! Make steam with your mouth! Science rocks! Continue reading
I’d like to explain to the rest of the world why the AntiSec movement is so important for the future of mankind, but in a little blog post, all I can do is give you snippets. Hopefully, I can give you snippets each day, but the mentality, the raison d’être behind this phenomenon is too big to try to clearly explain without writing a whole book about the subject. Thankfully, I’ve written a whole book about the subject. Continue reading
It seems that everyone knows that our so called leaders are nothing more than squabbling, corrupt, and inefficient tools of banks, lobby groups, and corporations, but everyone simply shrugs in resignation and says ‘whatcha gonna do?’
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Well, for those of you keeping score, it’s hackers 17, Sony 0. There is a reason why all this hacking is currently taking place, and I bet you’re all really curious. I bet you really want to know why they’re doing this. Well, here you go. Continue reading
The question of morality and artificial intelligence has been raised many times before. Will it be ‘good’, will it be ‘evil’, will it enslave us, or will it bring us to a new era of prosperity? But, what is morality? Does it even apply to artificial intelligence? How would an ultraintelligent machine even acquire morals? It’s an interesting topic to explore, and I welcome all your comments. Enjoy! Continue reading
As those of you who have read my novel already know, I’m a huge anime fan. I can still remember the first time I saw Battle of the Planets on TV. It was 1979. I was a 6 year old boy living Poland (and there were only two channels on TV!)
From then on I was hooked, and I never looked back. Anime has had a huge influence on my writing style, and, dare I say on my life.
So, without further ado, may I present, The 100 laws of anime! Enjoy, and if you want to add to the list go ahead! Leave a comment! Continue reading
A little fun piece that I wrote a few years back. I like it as it is, and I like it as a first chapter. Never been able to make up my mind. Keep it as a very short short story, or write on… So I’m asking. Short Story or First Chapter? The day I … Continue reading
When I first published my novel, I innocently, with hope in my heart, requested that those who buy the novel, perhaps take a picture of it with some landmark or something. I never expected such beautiful pictures to pour in, from so many different places around the world.
This is a little ‘thank’ you video montage I made using all those pictures. Continue reading
Christopher Dorda writes about his adventure creating The Mathematical Probability Cheat in only 2 months. Continue reading
Christopher Dorda, Montreal’s Sci-Fi novelist, writes about the failures of systems. Government. Education. World. Continue reading
Montreal Sci-Fi Novelist Christopher Dorda, author of The Price of Free Will: The Singularity Cometh, writes about the Singularity and our dormant power to affect world events. Enough is enough, let’s create a better world. Continue reading
Montreal Sci-Fi Novelist Christopher Dorda writes a tribute feature to Heinlein’s ‘The Crazy Years’. Continue reading
Montreal science-fiction novelist Christopher Dorda debunks the ‘parallel dimension’ misnomer in literature. Continue reading
Lego Blade Runner Tears in Rain Speech Now, come on, doesn’t this rock?
This is something that I’m working on in my spare time. It kinda fits in between my 2nd and 3rd novels, or it could be a stand alone, haven’t decided yet. Foreword The magician smiled. He knew that James had two queens, in fact he knew that they were both black. ‘How does he know?’ … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of Christopher Dorda’s Second Novel. Continue reading
Christopher Dorda presents 100 essential lectures from the greatest minds in science. A absolute must-know for any science fiction writer. Continue reading