Andy S. Falkner: Chaos, Cosmos and Logos

Science Fiction Monologue

Megalomaniacs and Gigantophobs, Volume 43, 2018,  German, English edition in preparation

Chaos, Cosmos and Logos

One of science fiction’s tasks is to set the reader free from his anthropocentrism and to animate him to imagine beings, worlds and phenomena very different from the known ones to them. This also includes questioning established definitions e.g. for (artificial) intelligence and thinking about free will. Where the circumstances in the Universe are very different from our ones, other concepts and explanations for well-known phenomena might arise. The only question is how they can overcome the enormous distance between us despite the Theory of Relativity, so that communication between intelligences would be possible. Maybe science fiction helps.

Keywords: Science Fiction, Ebook, Intelligence, Universe, Communication, Big Bang, Theory of Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Attractor


Megalomaniacs and Gigantophobs

Volume 44: Even the Sùpies Didn’t Know That

Hungarian German Chaos, Kosmos und Logos