This is a private website that supports secularism. If you would like to be added to the directory of ultracool things, please contact Mr. Bionic and let her know. Warning: This is where we test things out. Enter at your own risk. (Look out for the spiders)
German Science Fiction Radioplays
I am a massive fan of older, German, science fiction radio plays that were broadcast in the last century. I am not sure how many radio plays were actually created. I can find little information about them. I find this odd. Considering how much effort it would have taken to write, cast, rehearse, record, edit and broadcast a radio play, I find it remarkable that very little of these broadcasts have been digitally archived and made available online. Making them available to the public would take comparatively little effort. This is a list of some of the titles that were recorded.
German Sci-Fi Hörspiele
Germans love to say, "Deutsche Sprache, schwere Sprache." This phrase could be translated to mean, "German language, difficult language". Mr. Bionic heard this and said, "Great idea". The he told us, "The only things worth doing are the things that are most difficult. Therefore, learn German."
That's the idea behind this experiment. We are going to learn German. This is a really new project. If you would like to help, let us know.
The Very Best New Movies
Mr. Bionic came into the office today and gathered the staff together in the organic cafeteria. "The shop's closed. There's no more work. We're destitute," he said. "I'm afraid I have no choice but to sell you all for scientific experiments." That's when the trucks pulled up and half the staff was loaded into the back of them. "The rest of you," Mr. Bionic said. "Come up with a way to make some money by this afternoon or there will be more trucks." I'm still working out a plan, but movies are nice. These are not the necessarily very best movies, but they are kind of new. I'm not sure how to make money with this yet, but take a look anyhow.
Best New Movies
The Bionichead Info Blog
We asked Mr. Bionic if we could start a weblog, so that we could take "written" pictures of our exciting, real lives and post them in not-so-real cyberspace. You know. Stuff like "This is me making toast. This is me running over to my computer to blog about me making toast before running over to my computer. This is me taking a selfie of me making toast and running over to my computer. Do you want to see a HD picture of the contents of my purse?" So, here it is. You won't find any toast or selfies. You will find posts about atheism mostly. Nothing personal really. We don't make selfies often.
In cryptography, a substitution cipher is a method of encoding by which units of plaintext are replaced with ciphertext, according to a fixed system; the "units" may be single letters (the most common), pairs of letters, triplets of letters, mixtures of the above, and so forth. The receiver deciphers the text by performing the inverse substitution.