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  1. I’m looking for a blog or extremely amateur YouTube channel that covers future tech every week or so. I like Isaac Arthur but he covers broad ideas and I’m looking for more specific click-baity ideas. The blog doesn’t have to be in English. I can just copy and paste into Google translate.
  2. Which would be the hardest for a scientist to do? You can pick more than one but not too many. Yes I know that anything is possible in sci-fi but I’m asking from an in-universe point of view 1.) Synthesis of Graphyne Graphyne - Wikipedia 2. Lithium-silicone battery https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithium–silicon_battery 3. Stranglet bombs- They release strange matter, convert normal matter to strange matter and make a huge explosion 4.) Stellification- Make a gas giant into a Star 5.) Gluonic string- Stable string of gluons held together by the strong force. Used to build mega
  3. I’m trying to think of the perfect technology for a scientist in Star Wars to be looking to create. I’ve been editing this list for months. The list is long but it’s full of interesting ideas. Some of them don’t pertain to Star Wars ( so filter those out) and can you pick one (or mutiple ones) that would “fit” into Star Wars without being a game changer for the story, be disruptive to the Force, not be something that could be created easily based on existing tech, not something that isn’t worth creating and something that could be useful. Pick only from the list. https://en.m.wikipedia.o
  4. I’m looking for a site or a blog that is futurist/sci fi based and does a “Future Science or Technology of the Week” feature, where they postulate a future science concept or invention and then briefly talk about it. I watch Isaac Arthur every Thursday but I’m looking to supplement it with something less broad. It would be like “Future Technology 1-Jetpack”. Something simple like that. Amateur blogs and sites are extremely welcome. The more obscure the better; but I am looking for highly creative ideas as well.
  5. I want my scientist to do something with bacta. What can be improved with bacta?
  6. I’m going about this all wrong. I need an advanced but totally BORING detail intensive thing for my scientist to be studying. I WANT to start my story and this detail is unimportant. Does anyone have some science gooblegook that sounds coherent that I can use?
  7. Ok my scientist is studying sub-Hyperspace, the dimension in which quintessence can be turned into Phantom Energy and then travel to destroy star systems in real time. This is how Starkiller Base fires it’s weapon after draining a sun. (I’m sure Disney will explore it more in due time). However, in the mean time; I wonder what other things my scientist can study about it. Applications I’ve considered would be a sub-hyperdrive which would allow for instantaneous travel like Star Trek: Discovery’s Spore Drive. It also could be used for instant communications. Good stuff but too much of a gamecha
  8. I’m making one last round on all the forums I posted on. I’m looking for something highly advanced.
  9. There would be plenty of people studying stuff that their current civilization doesn't know or pursuing their own projects of interest. Also, with 10s of thousands of years of galactic history, archaeology would still be interesting if you gave it the right spin or some awesome artifact, so, I think you gave that idea a bad pass, but do as you will. Do you have any ideas for a cool sounding artifact? I’m potentially re-interested again.
  10. I’m thinking about doing something related to Hyperspace. What science can my scientist study about Hyperspace before he’s called away to deal with the supermassive black hole?
  11. Someone on writingforums.org knocked some sense into me. The Star Wars galaxy has had 1,000’s of years to develop stuff so all science left to do is theoretical or observational. I’m going to have him study asteroids. Thanks for putting up with me.
  12. Im going about this all wrong when it comes to asking what idea I want. Im looking for a science thing that my scientist could study. On Steven Jackson games forum, someone suggested the migration patterns of Purgills. It would have been perfect except for the fact that it might lead someone to Ezra and Thrawn. That story will be told in the future. I want something unique but also a science that my scientist can study as his main work. Not an invention.
  13. I decided to make my story about a quark star; a hypothetical star. It’s better than a black hole because we don’t even know if they exist. Perfect for expansion However, I still need something for him to be working on before he deals with the quark star. I’m looking not for a gadget or piece of tech. I’ve decided everything technological that we can think of, can be done. Speeders with deflector shield. Sure. Never seen it appear but it could easily be done. See what I’m driving at? I’m looking for something he can work on that would be still an emerging field of study. Any ideas on what some
  14. Okay so my archeology idea didn’t work. My scientist is called upon by the New Republic to investigate why the supermassive black hole is more active than usual and sucking in things from a further range. I just need something for the scientist to be studying before he is called away. It has to sound fresh and cool.
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