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([personal profile] wisesong Feb. 10th, 2014 06:45 am)


The USS Daedalus is a Rhode Island class vessel serving Bravo Fleet's Task Force 38. She is currently en route to the Raeyan Sector under her captain, Commander Maenad Panne. This is an all original character cast crewing the Rhode Island class science vessel Daedalus, on her mission to explore the Delta Quadrant. We are looking for good, enthusiastic writers to help take up the mantle at any one of our open spots. We have dozens of open positions available for the picking. We invite anyone with an enthusiasm for writing, roleplaying and Star Trek to join us.

OPEN POSITIONS: Chief of the Boat, Assistant Chief Medical Officer, Assistant Chief Science Officer. A number of specialist positions are available in the science and medical departments, please send us an email if you'd like us to create a custom position that isn't currently on our manifest.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Please check out our rules, and our NOVA guide. P.S If you do make up an alien species, you can write up a detailed medical/cultural blurb on them and we will add it to our Wiki. We don't prefer made-up species unless they're well detailed, so please keep that in mind!

That's that! If you have any questions, concerns or ideas for your character that might not be represented well on the manifest, feel free to contact us. Please take a look at our sim wiki for information all about different Star Trek species, languages, items and uniforms, Alpha and Delta Quadrant maps, and more.

CURRENT MISSION: The Way of the Light (2)
POSTS: Read our posts
RULES: We're really not that bad, promise!
NOVA GUIDE: How to use the Nova system
PERSONNEL: Writers/character biographies
SIM WIKIPEDIA: Uniforms, languages, species, maps, etc!

The GALILEO needs you!

Welcome to the USS Galileo, a Star Trek roleplay set in the year 2389. This is an all original character cast crewing the Nova-class science vessel Galileo, on her missions throughout the galax. We are looking for writers to help take up the mantle at any one of our open posts. We have dozens of open positions available for the picking, so make sure to check us out! This roleplay is for anyone who is interested in the Trek continuity, who enjoys writing and active participation in a roleplay. This roleplay uses the very intuitive Nova software to make writing between multiple people simple and fun. If you love Star Trek, roleplaying and writing, the Galileo is for you.

These are the voyages of the starship Galileo. Her mission, to explore strange, new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations.
To study spacial rifts, wormholes, and time fluxes. To develop and test the latest cutting-edge technologies.
To observe and catalog new life forms...even though they might be slimy and look kind of disgusting....
To boldly go where no research vessel has gone before!

Current mission! » Rules! » Personnel (Writers)! » Roleplay information! » Enlist today!

"Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so."
~ Galileo Galilei
The 2nd Science In My Fiction contest is now open for submissions!

Remember: All submissions must be set off Earth!

Description | Guidelines & Prizes | Judges | Submission Form
Science in My Fiction wants you! More specifically, we want your articles. If you’re a fan of sci-fi or fantasy and you can’t help giving more than a passing thought to the real science behind warp drives and singing swords, then you might have what it takes to blog for SiMF. If you’re a scientist frustrated by speculative fiction which appears to thumb its nose at the basic principle of cause and effect, then you should hit us with your best shot.

From our ‘About’ page:

The purpose of the Science in My Fiction blog is to get science fiction and fantasy writers and fans thinking ahead of science again. Playful bloggers will take a look at recent scientific developments and extrapolate potential futures from them.

This is a fight for survival of the fiction. It’s time to seize culture and do science to it!

If you’re interested in writing for the blog, please choose a topic that is in some way relevant to speculative fiction, research it, and write an article about it. Remember to be playful – don’t take your subject or yourself too seriously or the internet will flame you alive and miss your point entirely – and remember to keep it real. We’re not interested in validating pseudo-science, but feel free to debunk myths or examine authentic scientific phenomena often mistaken for magic.

This should go without saying, but before you write your article, read several already posted to the blog to see for yourself what we expect. After you write it, take more than a moment to edit it. Typos happen, but rigor will deliver you far into our good graces.

Email your SiMF audition articles to: simf@crossedgenres.com

If you’re looking for a few bright ideas, try reading a little non-fiction:

Robotic Arm’s Big Flaw: Patients in Wheelchairs Say It’s ‘Too Easy’
City Living Helped Humans Evolve Immunity to Tuberculosis and Leprosy, New Research Suggests
Insight Into the Impacts of Too Much Communication
Making Bees Less Busy: Social Environment Changes Internal Clocks
Newly Created Material Resembles Cilia


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