One Pill, Two Pill
Red Pill, Blue Pill
Boots for the Black Mass Assassination Squad, but perfectly suitable for any sci-fi or cyberpunk equipment listing. No Arcanotech Boots here.
A glome is a 4 dimensional sphere, the hypersphere version of a tesseract, a hypercube.
Bio-telemetrics are technological devices that provide a shortcut between a citizen's biometric monitor and their digital identity
Also known as the Camel Spider, or the turbo tank, a commonly available vehicle found in non-Federation Africa, the Middle East, and along the Silk Road
A more colorful name for a decoy ship
7 things about how the spaceships of the Cosmic Era are built, and they are able to build so many so quickly
The bioforge is a brute force human engineering device, and with it comes the loss of biological autonomy
Also known as road trains, or land trains.
A venerable relic from an ancient time
Like the Heavens, the mind of the Starseed becomes infinite
Union Aerospace has built dozens of their Laurentian class ships, multi-role explorers designed for deep system operations
It started as a joke but quickly evolved into the new business of retirement travel
Seven ships to sail the seven seas.
Built in secret, housed in secret offworld docks, and funded out of black budget slush funds, the Infinity class exploration ship is a marvel of technology.
The Anti-Crime Computer is the core of law enforcement and peacekeeping in the Cosmic Era.
The Personal Accessory Network is the aggregation of all the SmartDevices in a person's household, as well as their personal gadgets, and their cybernetic implants.
the interior space of an arco is modular
Aldus Huxley imagined a future where the masses were controlled by readily available doses of a drug called soma. The Cosmic Era is rife with drugs, some illicit and some marketed with the accuracy of laser guided weapons. The only thing he got wrong was that there isn't one happy pill, there are hundreds to choose from.
Gadget footlocker for the Cosmic Era, mundane stuff that doesnt need or deserve it's own submission
Surnames: Most surnames fall into one of four categories. Patronymic surnames such as Johnson pass from father to son (literally, 'Son of John'). Occupational surnames such as Cook or Miller stem from an individual's livelihood. Topographic names such as Forest or Ford identify habitation. There are also a few surnames that derive from individual characteristics or nicknames...Small and Stern for example.