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Valentine’s Day – Sweetie or Geeky?

Just about everyone in the US is familiar with Valentine’s Day, celebrated worldwide on February 14, but few know the scientific achievements that share the same date….

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2016 and the Rebirth of Battlefield Earth as a Bestseller

In 1982, to celebrate his 50th anniversary as a writer, L. Ron Hubbard published his epic SF novel Battlefield Earth, which spent 8 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and has sold more than 4 million copies.

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A New Entrant to the Hollywood Christmas Parade – Battlefield Earth

Eager fans packed both sides of the three-mile route along Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards for the 85th anniversary of the Hollywood Christmas Parade benefitting the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots. The magic of the parade once again proved itself in bringing Hollywood together as it …

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Is Earth Prepared for an Alien Invasion?

Some believe the battle for Earth has already begun. Long before the days of the Apollo moon landings and private corporations sending satellites into space, some far-sighted writers envisioned an invasion of our planet by beings from other worlds.

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Spotlight on Battlefield Earth voice actor Phil Proctor

Today we are interviewing Phil Proctor, an internationally known actor, singer, writer, composer, director and producer.

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Artificial Life: Science Fiction or Science Fact?

Creating life – “artificial life” – from nonlife is a popular SF theme.

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L. Ron Hubbard Predicted the Kindle–Nearly 25 Years Before Its Invention

In Battlefield Earth, which was first published in 1982, the evil Psychlo Terl gives the book’s hero, Jonnie Goodboy Tyler, a “learning machine.” The user places disks on various subjects onto a rod on top of the machine–similar to putting a CD in a boom box …

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UFO Invited to Earth—With Dire Consequences—in Classic L. Ron Hubbard Novel

UFOs have been prominently featured in science fiction for well over a century. And naturally, L. Ron Hubbard got in on the action in his epic SF space opera Battlefield Earth.

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Brain Implants: From Science Fiction to Science Fact

In Battlefield Earth, which was first published in 1982, the evil Psychlo Terl gives the book’s hero, Jonnie Goodboy Tyler, a “learning machine.” The user places disks on various subjects onto a rod on top of the machine–similar to putting a CD in a boom box …

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Mega-Best-Selling Author Reveals Secret of Getting Started as a Writer

A newspaper reporter once asked New York Times bestselling author L. Ron Hubbard if he had any advice for budding writers.