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SCI FI STORIES

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Moments -Dream- Scientist Pocket

I am scientist, I have honor to work with different, Kind of science coworkers- learners in lab science. Some time I work with learners-coworkers Having

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Adam
Randy Corn

The End of Time

Episode One  Child of Darkness One man stands between the Darkness and what is Right.  One man comes in the name of Love. In the

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code
Donald J. Bingle

Stress Fracture

“I’m at my wit’s end, Doctor. I don’t know what to do.” The young woman pulled a handkerchief from beneath the cuff of her left

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adventure
Dennis Mombauer

Junkyard Evolution

Tem Rondo looked out over his home, a junkyard stretching toward the horizon in every direction. The immense carcasses of spaceships were laid to rest

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Talking Robots

It was 2053. The aliens were here. Concrete jungles were all that was seen far and wide. Dead bodies scattered the area from a virus

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beautiful love
Bimsara Jayanath

The last time.

She was beautiful, beautiful as I always remembered. I could literally see the life energy glowing through her, she filled the world around her with a

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AI
Jayven Knight

A Place for Dolls

Chapter 1 I stand patiently on the front porch, waiting for Geo to let me in. All the white painted wood and hanged baskets of

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Earth Colony
Karen Parquet

Alone

She sat.  She waited. She fumed. She wasn’t one, usually, to get this angry over someone being late. But dang it he had told her

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Poetry
Roxanne Barbour

Dumbfound

Dumbfound dumbfoundword of dayattempt to explainalien confusionsmiles A speculative tanka. Previously published on Medium.Written by Roxanne Barbour. Photo by Sangga Rima Roman Selia on Unsplash.

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Dystopian
Simon Dillon

Infestation Part 6 of 6

Previous Parts Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Jonah stood next to William Craig-Anderson in the conference room where he had

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Jumping Genes -Nobel Prize

Barbara McClintock was dedicated scientist- plant geneticist, In 1944 she researched on her soul searching assignment Maize, Purple color patterns on maize excited her to

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Fiction
Roxanne Barbour

Black Night (a horrorku)

black nighta star slides by… then stops Previously published in Scifaikuest, May 2020Favorite poem of the issue, chosen by the editor, t. santitoro A scifaiku

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One Foul Step from the Abyss

A short sci-fi horror by international best-selling author Stuart Thaman. Edgar Lopez, a rotund man about to crest the final hill that separated middle age

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Alternative History
Charles Bastille

The Day the World Got Woke

Fiction for a Broken Country When I went to sleep last night, everything was normal. When I woke up, everything was different. Everything was Black.

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science fiction
Short Story Dispatch

AN OCCURRENCE AT OWL CREEK BRIDGE

A man stood upon a railroad bridge in northern Alabama, looking down into the swift water twenty feet below. The man’s hands were behind his

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adventure
Maryandra Barker

S.O.S. Chapter Five – The Procedures (P-5)

***Want to start at the beginning? Here’s the link to the prologue: https://simily.co/all-stories/maryandramb/s-o-s-searching-out-souls/ ____________________________________________________________________ (Photo Credit – Myself) Part Five Nya watched Commander Egress’s face.

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fantasy
Mel E. Furnish

The Cursed Hand

Photo by Katherine Kromberg on Unsplash *To listen and read along, play the narration video* https://youtu.be/n0v2GW_H09E  Laughing followed by a clashing of ancient swords erupted

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A Plan For Immortality

I have always had a strong fear of death. Even from an early age, I was very aware of my own mortality. While the other

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science fiction
Short Story Dispatch

THE TRIAL FOR MURDER

I have always noticed a prevalent want of courage, even among persons of superior intelligence and culture, as to imparting their own psychological experiences when

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Web Novel
Arsh Saini

Web Novel-Announcement

Something HUGE is happening. I would be uploading one of the best and biggest (free)project available on the internet for FREE. You might want to

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fantasy
Roxanne Barbour

Acid Fountain–One Minute Poetry

(a scifaiku, speculative haiku) Acid Fountain——————- acid fountainspewsunderworld denizens Written by Roxanne Barbour.Previously published on Medium.com. This is a scifaiku, a speculative haiku. Leave a

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Conan V. Petrere

The Five-Self Kozak (Chapter 2-4: Inject Yourself First)

The previous Chapter is here:  https://simily.co/all-stories/fiction/cvpetrere/the-five-self-kozak-chapter-2-3-operation-bio-id-injectors/ New to the Series? Chapter 1-1 is here: https://simily.co/all-stories/cvpetrere/the-five-self-kozak-1-1/ and can read the Prologue, here: https://simily.co/all-stories/fiction/cvpetrere/the-five-self-kozak-prologue-1/    Click here

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Destiny
John Rehg

Act of God

“Zhin, it’s only a pinprick. You’ll hardly feel it.”

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Multiverse stories
Meg Sipos

The Collapse

Only trust yourself. Sometimes, don’t do that either. Lea stared at her inked words until they became weathered lines staining the page. Then she stuffed

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fantasy
Roxanne Barbour

Asymmetry and Symmetry–One Minute Poetry

(a scifaiku — speculative haiku) Asymmetry and Symmetry—————————— asymmetry and symmetryconfused Centauransonly one Written by Roxanne Barbour.Previously published on Medium.com This is a scifaiku, a

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 Molecules Precise in Bioinformatics

Friends we are DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid). Together we are involved in the maintenance, replication, And expression of hereditary information in cell

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arcade
Isaac Kaaren

The Arcade Door

The pictures of Akihabara were striking. Actually being there was something else entirely. If you can imagine being inside a city-sized Gameboy you are part

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fantasy
Roxanne Barbour

Cavalry – One Minute Poetry

Cavalry studying library tabletsMartian historycavalryMartian animals?no skeletons found Written by Roxanne Barbour.Previously published on Medium.com. This is a reverse sci(na)ku tanka, of the form: 3

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atrophys-edge
Destin Hicks

Atrophy’s Edge, part 2

CW: gun violence, ableist language Story summary: There are people who sell their services altering reality. If you can pay their price, you can do

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Animal communication
Tim McDaniel

There are Ways

 The new researcher arrived just as Jennifer finally got the chance to sit down with a cup of coffee. Cleaning out the chimp section was

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aliens
Casey Lawrence

Contact

Writing Spark: What would happen if aliens finally made contact? “Report?” I buzzed nervously before the Commander. “No contact recommended. Species was deemed unsuitable.” The

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newplanetproblems
Josie Dorans

UNDER THIS NEW SKY

I studied hard before I came here. This was the future I wanted so badly. We all wanted it. This place was the best hope

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culture
Daniel Esse

Days on Mars

Marsain sole purpose of existence is to keep the sun alive. Without doing this, there would exist no life; and how it’s done, I shall

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a dying peace
Gabriel Howarth

A Dying Peace: Chapter 26

Commander Masters regarded the grey surface of the moon outside the window; dark, mottled and desolate, with numerous impact craters of varying sizes, like acne

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Reawakening

Nature had even reclaimed Canada Square; the tower now a symbol of man’s striving skyward, choking and decaying. It was almost unrecognisable here. The streets

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time travel
Tim McDaniel

Everyone’s a Critic

 Melton Welch rubbed his eyes. After an all night session at the computer, his eyes itched and his hands were cramping. He thought there might

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Art
Isaac Kaaren

Disconnect and Drift

I thought I needed space Needed time. I’m drifting without tether In a timeless expanse. My distress call never sends In favor of radio silence,

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40s girl
Melissa Powers

Collide: Part 1 

May Bell Lee walks down the country road, wearing her favorite floral dress and heels. The boys are back from the front and her friend

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An Uninteresting Guest

A Pollutant- Uninteresting guest You are an uninteresting guest, In our atmosphere, Tick tick every moment rings me, On my face, scientist- politician tell me,

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adventure
Maryandra Barker

S.O.S. Chapter One – The Secret (P-4)

***Want to start at the beginning? Here’s the link to the prologue: https://simily.co/all-stories/maryandramb/s-o-s-searching-out-souls/ ____________________________________________________________________ (Photo Cover Credit- Myself) Author’s Note: Because this segment is so

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postapocalypse
Olga Makarova

ESURIA

“Your theory is as full of holes as an esuria’s skin, Rich. Your so-called “cure” won’t work. Even if it would, what of the ingredients?

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Dancing
Vaughan Stanger

Dreamtime

He strolled along the perfect crescent of sand beneath a sky darker than the universe, looking for someone. Eventually, he spotted a gray-haired woman, who

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Fiction
Kristy Westaway

Muttnik – Part 4 of 4

The small white dog jumped to her feet as she watched the speck in the distance grow larger. People! The grey dust was momentarily jostled

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a dying peace
Gabriel Howarth

A Dying Peace: Chapter 8

What did you do when it seems that the whole universe has turned its broad starry back on you? What did you do when it

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science fiction
Short Story Dispatch

THE NOTHING EQUATION (with “Audio”)

PLAY AUDIO ▶ Narrated by Mark Nelson The cruiser vanished back into hyperspace and he was alone in the observation bubble, ten thousand light-years beyond

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#Home
Amy Christie

A Sunshine Visit in the Night

Do you carry the dawn on shoulders hurting from each song, the memories you hold dear and painful loving, frozen they make, unmake your soul

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Cosmic
Rodolfo Castrellon

The Voyage

In the abyss of Wild Space, a lone scout ship drifts through the endless black ocean of sprinkled stars and systems. The ship is Unit

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Ultra-black  fish

Sukarma Thareja (Associate Professor Retired, CSJM Kanpur University, India) Ultra-black fish, Ultra-black fish hide in plain sight in the deepest sea. So how does it

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Dystopian
Rena Riri

A Cruel World

Warm winds flared, and gusted up towards a pinkened face. The baby gives a wail that pierces through the desert’s ever-growing silence. The sand shifts,

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science fiction
Short Story Dispatch

MANUSCRIPT FOUND IN A BOTTLE

Qui n’a plus qu’un moment a vivre N’a plus rien a dissimuler QUINAULT – Atys Of my country and of my family I have little

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frivolous
Tim McDaniel

Victims

 “Thought of someone to sue yet?” Bill’s dad called from the living room. “Not yet, dad.” Bill opened the refrigerator door. “Did you find the

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Dystoian literature
Danny Contreras

The Distributator – Chapter 8

VIII Marina sat on the chair, her palms flat on the table. Tom sat across from her, legs and arms crossed, scowling, staring through her,

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Outpatient

It was definitely a migraine. The agony clamped down on both temples, and the light from behind the curtain shot daggers through my eyelids. I

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creative writing
Shannon Hilson

Fire Season

Something was very wrong with the fields in Drift City, but no one could say exactly what the problem was. What was once a fertile

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gardening
Isaac Kaaren

Starship-Killer on the Loom

They killed the starship-killer; I’m just lucky they didn’t kill me too. Warband ships are funny like that. They’ll throw you down and cut you

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Conan V. Petrere

Paul of the Ax (Eight: Trained to Fight by El-vis)

Chapter One is here: https://simily.co/all-stories/fiction/cvpetrere/paul-of-the-ax/ Eight:  Trained to Fight by El-vis New to the Series? Click here for a list of chapters: https://simily.co/members/cvpetrere/blog/ I woke

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Lady of Siam

We turned into an alley, better described as a vortex, crackling with motion.  A soup of crashing noise; the crass, flashing signs – and that

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AI
J.B. Ezar

Gardening tricks

I had been watching this plot not just for the last seven hours—I had been watching it since the beginning of the Lawn Reclamation Programme.

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pasiones
angelica Gomez Martinez

Pasiones de otro mundo 

Érase una vez una chica muy atractiva, que todos en la universidad la admiraban no solo por su belleza, sino por su inteligencia, ya que

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Are we facing autocracy?

Morbid thoughts from following the news. Could such a diabolical manipulator be operating behind the scenes? Chinese mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic damaged their reputation.

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Mike James Davis
Mike James Davis

The New Faces of Mt Rushmore

The country gathered and waited for the big reveal. Cameras were at the ready. News people were scattered about straightening their clothes, checking their hair,

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alternate realities
Paul Levinson

The P&A

The road was beyond slippery. The anti-skids on the car went in and out of activating. The duel between chaos and control continued for a

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Trent Spaulding

Zyrix Memstation: Sold AS IS

She could taste a deep crimson. The Zyrix was still booting, but her senses were already alight and crossed. The effervescence of carbonation on her

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mars
Isaac Kaaren

All the Silent Rovers

My sensors told you a storm was coming so you asked me to brace and find cover. I found a rock, a rock like you’ve

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boredom
Tim McDaniel

Ivy-Covered

There was something out of place out there, in the lecture hall. Fergus Clegg, professor of economics, looked up from his notes and paused in

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Happiness to work in science lab

Scientists work inside their science lab, With infinite passion and calm, Like playing on, keys of harmonium, Which are black and white in colour, As

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New Friends
Franklin Okeafor

Beyond: Chapter One.

He woke up from sleep and yawned. The time was close to 4 o’clock. An old man was sitting next to him, closer to the

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No More Notifications

It was a gradual thing, the kind of slow build-up that you don’t see in horror anymore because it’s all jump scares and bloody guts.

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