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Reseña de Libro: Mi Robot Depresivo de Carlos Vera Scamarone.

Reseña de Libro: Mi Robot Depresivo de Carlos Vera Scamarone.

An ordered reading of two collections by author Carlos Vera Scamarone reveals a vast improvement in the author's technique. Besides, how can you say no to a collection with the title My Depressive Robot? Read More »

CHRIS VAN ALLSBURG’S JUMANJI, AND MORE!   

CHRIS VAN ALLSBURG’S JUMANJI, AND MORE!   

This week Steve tackles Chris van Allsburg’s movies: Jumanji, Zathura, Polar Express, and Jumanji. Wait, did I say Jumanji twice? Read More »

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Earth Resides in Oddball Solar System, Alien Worlds Show

The Fermi Paradox Resolved: Solar System's Mother dresses it funny! Read More »

Anime roundup 1/18/2018: Good Things Come In Small Packages

Anime roundup 1/18/2018: Good Things Come In Small Packages

In this week's viewing: Tiny creatures are the best as the season premieres continue. Read More »

The New Year Continues with New Science Fiction Romance Releases

The New Year Continues with New Science Fiction Romance Releases

I never thought Amazing Stories would publish a line like this: "panty-melting sci-fi romances featuring dominant alien heroes". But we just did. Read More »

BOSKONE APPEARANCES CONFIRMED

BOSKONE APPEARANCES CONFIRMED

My Boskone 55 panels and appearances. Read More »

ON CONTACTING AMAZING STORIES

ON CONTACTING AMAZING STORIES

We're fixing our email contact issues. If you sent us a query and never heard back, now is the time to follow up. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 17-1

Noticias Literatura 17-1

A long list and discussion of Spanish dystopias and an anthology inspired by Black Mirror. Read More »

How Humans Might Outlive Earth, the Sun, and Even the Universe Itself

How Humans Might Outlive Earth, the Sun, and Even the Universe Itself

Puppeteers manage without a sun, humans ought to be able to as well. Read More »

Life in the Solar System Likely Exists and is More Common Than We Think

Life in the Solar System Likely Exists and is More Common Than We Think

The existence of Life elsewhere in the solar system is moving from maybe to almost certainly Read More »

Russia pushing to partner with NASA on lunar gateway

Russia pushing to partner with NASA on lunar gateway

Speaking of strange partners.... Read More »

Movie Review: Bright

Movie Review: Bright

Don’t be left in the dark. Will Smith and Joel Edgerton bring the Fantasy and Science Fiction worlds together for a few bright moments in the Netflix film Bright. Read More »

Astronomers may be closing in on source of mysterious fast radio bursts

Astronomers may be closing in on source of mysterious fast radio bursts

It could be a message saying "don't send silk worms to the Moon!". Most likely it's a natural phenom, but for now, investigators aren't ruling anything, including alien spaceships, out. Read More »

China Is Sending Plants and Insects to the Moon in 2018

China Is Sending Plants and Insects to the Moon in 2018

China will be sending silk worms to the Moon Read More »

Parallel Universes Could Solve One of the Biggest Mysteries in Physics

Parallel Universes Could Solve One of the Biggest Mysteries in Physics

Scientists suggest that general relativity applies to our universe, while quantum mechanics holds sway across ALL of the universes Read More »

Multi-planet System Found Through Crowdsourcing

Multi-planet System Found Through Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing project identifies extra solar planets. You can play too! Read More »

Scientists Are Rethinking the Very Nature of Space and Time

Scientists Are Rethinking the Very Nature of Space and Time

Physicists propose that spacetime can be created...or destroyed. Read More »

Scientists Are Rethinking the Very Nature of Space and Time

Scientists Are Rethinking the Very Nature of Space and Time

Physicists propose that spacetime can be created...or destroyed. Read More »

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The Alien Observatory –“It’s Extremely Unlikely That We’ll Find Life At the Same Stage as Earth’s Humans” (WATCH Videos) – The Daily Galaxy –Great Discoveries Channel

When we discover alien life, will it be microbes or robots? Read More »

New Calculations May Finally Make Fusion Energy a Reality

New Calculations May Finally Make Fusion Energy a Reality

We've been disappointed by fusion promises before. Could this be the answer? Read More »

Bell flying taxi shows what commuting above the traffic might one day look like

Bell flying taxi shows what commuting above the traffic might one day look like

I sure hope Corbin Dallas's face isn't on the driver's license. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 1-14-18

AMAZING NEWS: 1-14-18

Don't eat laundry detergent pods; don't get too creeped out by the robot baby; don't call Phoenix ComicCon Phoenix ComicCon, and don't miss any of these and other posts! Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 1-14-18

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 1-14-18

The File starts a new tradition: Cats Sleep on SF, and the pixels just keep scrolling along. Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Waging war on Earth, re-examining Heinlein, anime, rocket science and more Read More »

JO PHAN’S READS:  This Week in Fanzines

JO PHAN’S READS: This Week in Fanzines

Cyber Cozen January, My Back Pages #19, Rat Sass #7, The Revenge of HUmp Day 10 January, Opuntia #402, CounterClock #31, Tightbeam #282 and The White Notebooks #11 Read More »

Online supermarket Ocado’s humanoid robot is the factory worker of the future – but is it three laws safe?

Online supermarket Ocado’s humanoid robot is the factory worker of the future – but is it three laws safe?

A robot shall not ring up more than ten items in the ten items or less express lane! Read More »

“Someone up there is waging war on the Earth”

“Someone up there is waging war on the Earth”

Not even Flash Gordon can save us. Read More »

“Abandonado”: acento de la ciencia ficción en el medioambiente

“Abandonado”: acento de la ciencia ficción en el medioambiente

In this review of Abandoned by Jorge Oswaldo Claudio Toscano, Ivan questions whether it achieves its purpose of raising awareness of environmental deterioration. Read More »

Book Review: AUTONOMOUS (2017)

Book Review: AUTONOMOUS (2017)

Steve prepares for a Vancouver visit from Annalee Newitz, whose latest book Autonomous, is reviewed here. He’ll be there, will you? Read More »

BSFS Memorial Tomorrow for Dr. Yoji Kondo

BSFS Memorial Tomorrow for Dr. Yoji Kondo

BSFS will host a Memorial Presentation for the late Dr. Yoji Kondo. Read More »

Large sheets of ice may have been spotted on Mars

Large sheets of ice may have been spotted on Mars

The possibility of Martian colonization just received a major boost: tons of water ice at more accessible latitudes. Read More »

Anime roundup 1/11/2018: Interesting Times

Anime roundup 1/11/2018: Interesting Times

In this week's viewing: A slow start to premiere week, but big news for the simulcast landscape! Read More »

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