While the main focus for inkscape is to produce content with a flavour of fiction writing, primarily focusing on science and fantasy fiction, all types of writing shall be published within this site. This includes, but is not limited to: science, technology, sociopolitical, environmental, art and design, photography, innovations and a forum for ideas.

To imagine possibilities is a wonderful thing, to imagine the impossible is an achievement to strive towards. Arthur C. Clarke once described magic as being a higher form of technology:

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”.

History shows us examples of impossible things, such has man-made flight before the Wright Brothers achieved it. Of course there are always exceptions, Leonardo da Vinci’s flight machine inventions including the known drawing of his helicopter would not have flown, but the founding principles were present.

The natural world is much more stranger than fiction, quantum mechanics and its associated two-slit experiment is a case in point. Science is full of impossible things and quantum mechanics exemplifies this like no other scientific field currently.

When Lewis Carroll wrote “Through the Looking Glass”, one of the many well-known quotes by The Queen, “Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast” could not have a more apt meaning. I prefer the paraphrased version from “The Five Doctors“:

“Like Alice, I try to believe three impossible things before breakfast”.

Exploring the impossible is one of inkscape’s missions, after all, history has shown countless times what is written or dreamt of as fantasy or science fiction sometimes becomes scientific fact. And sometimes what has not been dreamt but nonetheless exists and is waiting to be a discovered “science fact” is more weirder than what fantasy or science fiction writers could invent.

Arthur C. Clarke’s Third Law sums this up nicely:

“The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible”.

Inkscape’s creative space aims to push the boundaries on current thinking for many ideas and technological solutions through factual and speculative content.

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