Almost everything I've written is science fiction. In the past, I could never write fantasy that involved magic without the "magic" actually being explainable through science. I'm writing two stories right now, and the first one revolves around someone who seems to have uncanny reflexes, endurance, etc., but it's because of several biological enhancement operations and years of conditioning, so there's nothing really supernatural about it. The second story revolves around a few people who are able to channel energy and use it for various purposes, but it has nothing to do with science. Some of them can heal people, some of them can enhance others' channeling, and some can even stop others from channeling altogether. There are a few others, but you get the point. So anyway... I'm debating on whether or not science and magic can dominate a story equally, if that makes sense. It seems like science fiction has no magic, and fantasy has only magic. Is it weird to mix the two together? And if anyone knows of any books that combine the two, please let me know!