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  1. Have Feelers destroyed science fiction?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Science fiction is my favorite fiction genre, but I can almost never find a contemporary sci-fi novel that I like, and one of the main reasons is that such novels are WAY too focused on social shit. Many of them seem to be nothing but dramas that just happen to be set in the future and/or in...
  2. Mbti of each doctor who incarnation

    The following is a list I put a lot of thought and work into for each incarnation of the Doctor and other characters and companions from the series. Let me know if you think there should be any changes: -1st Doctor INTP -2nd Doctor ENFP -3rd Doctor ISTP -4th Doctor ENFJ -5th Doctor ENTP -6th...
  3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens MBTI

    Guess the type
    *SPOILERS BELOW* What MBTI and enneagram do you think the new characters are and feel free to say why? Finn: Rey: Poe: Kylo Ren: General Hux: Maz Kanata: Captain Phasma: Supreme Leader Snoke:
  4. Star Wars Vs. Star Trek

    Book, Music, & Movie Reviews
    (I know it has been done to death but I want to do it anyway). I was interested in if there was a correlation between MBTI and which science-fiction they prefer. So please take the poll and leave a comment on which you prefer and why? I personally prefer Star Trek due to the amazing depth...
  5. Mars Trilogy MBTI

    Guess the type
    Not sure if there's already a thread for these books by Kim Stanley Robinson, but I wanted to know what you guys thought about the character's personality types. I'm almost finished reading Red Mars, the first book in the trilogy, so I'm not as familiar with the characters and help/discussion...
  6. New Irish INTP that apparently shares J and P traits

    Hello all, new to this forum, not sure how it will go since I am really terrible with people. I'm a loner and I like being a loner, though also do enjoy being around people with shared interests if they care to keep up an interesting discussion. I'm not one for that small talk jibber jabber, and...
  7. Where do you predict space exploration will be 150 years from now.

    Science and Technology
    More specifically 145 years from now. It's for this story I'm typing up, and I would appreciate you being as objective and prudent as possible.
  8. [INTP] Your favourite utopian and/or sci-fi concepts

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    What are your favourite utopian, science fiction, alternate technological development (steampunk etc.) and/or abandoned technology (Orion project, Tesla earthquake machine etc.) concepts? Can be anything, be it technology, system, device, culture etc. Some of my favourites: The Dyson...
  9. [INTJ] Unthinkable Futures Predictions by Brian Eno & Kevin Kelly

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Dunno if it's been shared anywhere here on PerC, but, a friend shared this with me and made me think of you guys; something I think you guys would say. (link: Conceptual Trends and Current Topics) :crazy: :shocked: UNTHINKABLE FUTURES by Kevin Kelly and Brian Eno KEVIN KELLY: * A new...
  10. [ENTP] Trends Ageing as an ENTP

    ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    A recent thread giving sound advice to an ENTeenP made me wish that I had had someone to tell me all those things when I was in High School. Then I thought, I wonder if any...more mature (baby-boomerish) ENTPs have advice that they wish they had known in their 20s. I'm in my last year at college...
  11. What is your favorite science fiction film?

    Book, Music, & Movie Reviews
    Hello, PC'ers! I thought this would be a great poll - in one of the most popular movie genres ever, science fiction, what is your favorite movie? Or, in the cases of some, like "Star Wars" and "Star Trek," what is your favorite movie franchise? And...let the race begin! Oh, and if you want to...
  12. Just Like Us

    Just Like Us By D. E. Chin It was 47 years ago when we received the first signals. It almost went unnoticed, as they were in analog and by that time we had already switched to high definition digital transmission. As it turns out, they were just like us. Over the next few decades, we watched...