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Anime roundup 12/14/2017: Getting Serious

Anime roundup 12/14/2017: Getting Serious

In this week's viewing: Land of the Lustrous summons up a new foe, Inuyashiki cranks the body count, Hozuki tries out straight horror, and more! Read More »

Plate tectonics on Jupiter’s moon could reveal hidden ocean – Futurity

Plate tectonics on Jupiter’s moon could reveal hidden ocean – Futurity

Europan earthquakes (Europaquake?) may confirm sub-surface oceans Read More »

Noticias Literatura 12-12

Noticias Literatura 12-12

An interview with the author of "Tomorrow we will cross the Ganges", Ekaitz Ortega Read More »

Artificial Organs: We’re Entering an Era Where Transplants Are Obsolete

Artificial Organs: We’re Entering an Era Where Transplants Are Obsolete

Experts believe we may be nearing an era where organ transplantation will no longer be necessary Read More »

The Next Anti-Aging Treatment? Artificial Ovaries

The Next Anti-Aging Treatment? Artificial Ovaries

Artificial ovaries perform better than hormone therapy Read More »

The mission to learn everything we always wanted to know about the Universe

The mission to learn everything we always wanted to know about the Universe

The real leap came from lesser-known hardware with an awkward name: the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Read More »

Ancient Supermassive Black Hole Unveils Secrets of Early Universe

Ancient Supermassive Black Hole Unveils Secrets of Early Universe

Is this the first ever black hole? Read More »

Les articles populaires de novembre

Les articles populaires de novembre

Highlights of popular posts from November Read More »

Soft Robots Are Changing Robotics Forever 

Soft Robots Are Changing Robotics Forever 

Organic-like robots...what could be more natural? Read More »

AMAZING NEWS:  12/10/17  (Double Edition

AMAZING NEWS: 12/10/17 (Double Edition

Famous author 100th anniversaries, celebrating the apocalypse, Shape of Water, Star Wars, Tarantino & Star Trek.... Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM:  12/10/17 Double Edition

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 12/10/17 Double Edition

Rotsler Awards, Fannish Inquisition, DUFF, Patreon, more.... Read More »

JO PHAN’S READS:  This Week in Fanzines

JO PHAN’S READS: This Week in Fanzines

Journey Planet, Ionosphere, Opuntia, Spartacus, Cyber Cozen, The Revenge of Humpday and Special Project Report at Fanac.org Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Reviews, commentary and more. Read More »

Life, but not as we know it

Life, but not as we know it

New Biochem: Bacteria created with 6 letter DNA code Read More »

Not Sayin Nothin

Not Sayin Nothin

Steve is skipping out this weekend. Read More »

How-To: Building a Dyson Sphere

How-To: Building a Dyson Sphere

Start with a ring world.... Read More »

NASA Plans to Send a Probe to Hunt for Life on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

NASA Plans to Send a Probe to Hunt for Life on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

NASA moving ahead to develop probe Read More »

How-To: Building a Dyson Sphere

How-To: Building a Dyson Sphere

Start with a ring world.... Read More »

NASA Discovers Planet with Smothering Stratosphere and No Water

NASA Discovers Planet with Smothering Stratosphere and No Water

WASP-18b. With a name like than.... Read More »

Engineering Entire Planets: Futurism Originals 

Engineering Entire Planets: Futurism Originals 

An argument for "smart" climate change, as opposed to "stuipid" climate change. Read More »

Distopías ecuatorianas

Distopías ecuatorianas

On Dystopias, with side trips to Philip K. Dick and Ecuador. Read More »

Review:  Artemis by Andy Weir

Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

Andrew Weir's second novel isn't quite up to the standards set in The Martian, but its hard to imagine that it ever could have been. Read More »

“Magnetic Sails” May be the Key to Interstellar Spacecraft

“Magnetic Sails” May be the Key to Interstellar Spacecraft

How do you slow your interstellar light sail? Magnets! Read More »

Peck and Flap Wings Until the Sky Brings Forth Machines? by Carlos Suchowolski Translated from German into English by Tanja Coen

Peck and Flap Wings Until the Sky Brings Forth Machines? by Carlos Suchowolski Translated from German into English by Tanja Coen

Yes, I can see his silhouette over there, like a paper cut against the moonlight, and I know: if I lean forward I will see him floundering away..., riding away on his witch’s broom, I think, unattainable, deaf to my whine, hue and cry (And to my warning cry!), and how he vanishes into the clouds which crown the summits. Read More »

Anime roundup 12/7/2017: Making a Meal Of It

Anime roundup 12/7/2017: Making a Meal Of It

In this week's viewing: Inuyashiki adds culinary horror to its repertoire, Kino's Journey cooks up a bunch of leftovers, and more! Read More »

Noticias Literatura 6-12

Noticias Literatura 6-12

A call for submissions and an interview with the author of Jo, Jo, Jo. Read More »

Science Fiction Romances in the Snow

Science Fiction Romances in the Snow

Older science fiction romances with a winter, snow or winter holiday theme Read More »

Remember those books about genre movies?

Remember those books about genre movies?

I suspect we may come to miss the books whose authors took us through a genre, giving shape to its history and signposting us to recommended movies.  Read More »

Where Is Alien Life? Six Top Theories

Where Is Alien Life? Six Top Theories

Where are they? Six possible answers. Read More »

Do we live in a multiverse? 

Do we live in a multiverse? 

It has long been thought that our universe is all there is, but it is possible we may live in just one of many Read More »

Michio Kaku: The Multiverse Has 11 Dimensions

Michio Kaku: The Multiverse Has 11 Dimensions

Does Einstein's 'Mind of God' exist in the 11th dimension? Read More »

China’s dark matter space probe detects tantalizing signal

China’s dark matter space probe detects tantalizing signal

China finds a hint of dark matter Read More »

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