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Articles populaires de janvier

Articles populaires de janvier

Fabien highlights some of last month's posts for our French readers. Read More »

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An Ancient Virus May Be Responsible for Human Consciousness

40 to 80 percent of our DNA arrived via viral hijacking. Now it seems, our consciousness may have arrived in the same way. Read More »

Dream Chaser’s first ISS resupply mission launches in late 2020

Dream Chaser’s first ISS resupply mission launches in late 2020

Sierra Nevada's Dream Chaser cargo ship is GO! Read More »

Experts Assert That All Nations Should Have a “Minister of AI”

Experts Assert That All Nations Should Have a “Minister of AI”

AI Experts suggest that all government have an "AI Czar" Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 2-11-2018

AMAZING NEWS: 2-11-2018

Technical difficulties this week. We'll be back with the news next week! Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 2-11-2018

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 2-11-2018

Neal Stephenson, Heinlein Award Winner, Bram Stoker finalists; multiple cats sleeping on SF and more from the world of Fandom Read More »

FILM PROGRAM: FANAC’s Video Library

FILM PROGRAM: FANAC’s Video Library

This week a double header from Noreascon's past, featuring Kate Wilhem, Damon Knight, Isaac Asimov and a Hugo Awards Banquet Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

This week's most popular: Tributes to Ursula, movie villains, Wizards, Vampires and an Emperor's Garden Read More »

JO PHAN’S READS:  This Week in Fandom

JO PHAN’S READS: This Week in Fandom

This week: Opuntia 404, VIbrator 48 and the February CyberCozen Read More »

No Editorial This Week

No Editorial This Week

Don't forget our upcoming Kickstarter Campaign Read More »

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Artificial Womb Breakthroughs

Scientists have successfully grown human eggs to maturity in the lab, a breakthrough that could help individuals at risk of fertility loss. Source: Human Eggs Developed to Maturity in the Lab for the First Time Read More »

China Has Lost Control of a Space Station. Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Worry.

China Has Lost Control of a Space Station. Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Worry.

China has lost the Tiangong-1 space station. There's a Tesla out there looking for it. Read More »

STUDIO GHIBLI, TAKE 2: PONYO and THE RED TURTLE

STUDIO GHIBLI, TAKE 2: PONYO and THE RED TURTLE

Hey, Rocky, watch me pull movie reviews out of my hat! This week Steve goes back to the subject of a 2015 column: Studio Ghibli, which has continued releasing movies without even asking him! Are they good movies? Good?—just watch (er, read)! Read More »

A Fully Solar-Powered Car May Be Hitting the Road by 2019

A Fully Solar-Powered Car May Be Hitting the Road by 2019

New solar tech will let you drive around, so you can drive around Read More »

NASA’s Great Observatories Team Up to Find Magnified and Stretched Image of Distant Galaxy

NASA’s Great Observatories Team Up to Find Magnified and Stretched Image of Distant Galaxy

Gravitational lensing reveals the most distant galaxy - 13.3 Billion light years from Earth Read More »

Artificial Intelligence, NASA Data Used to Discover Exoplanet

Artificial Intelligence, NASA Data Used to Discover Exoplanet

Machine learning technology helps NASA locate a planetary system with as many planets as our own. Read More »

Anime roundup 2/8/2018: Now You’re Cooking

Anime roundup 2/8/2018: Now You’re Cooking

In this week's viewing: Hakumei and Mikochi celebrates home crafts, Hakyu Hoshin Engi whips up an unusual recipe, and more! Read More »

Amazing Histories, April 1927: The First Anniversary

Amazing Histories, April 1927: The First Anniversary

Amazing Stories' first anniversary issue hits the stands. Read More »

As SpaceX and Boeing Jockey to Get to Mars, Other Companies Eye Lunar Exploration

As SpaceX and Boeing Jockey to Get to Mars, Other Companies Eye Lunar Exploration

While Musk heads for Mars, other companies are working on Lunar Landers. Read More »

Scientists Are Closer to Making Artificial Brains That Operate Like Ours Do

Scientists Are Closer to Making Artificial Brains That Operate Like Ours Do

New computer switch can 'learn' like brain synapses do. Read More »

Genetically engineered algae could bring off-grid solar power to rural Africa

Genetically engineered algae could bring off-grid solar power to rural Africa

New algae "batteries" are five times more powerful Read More »

JAW DROPPING FALCON HEAVY LAUNCH

JAW DROPPING FALCON HEAVY LAUNCH

Falcon Heavy launch was SPECTACULAR! Read More »

Noticias Literatura 7-2

Noticias Literatura 7-2

Apache Books upcoming releases, The Ferry" will publish "Gods, ghosts or demons" by Jesús Gordillo and a presentation of "Tomorrow we will cross the Ganges" by Ekaitz Ortega Read More »

Dark Energy Survey Spots “Stellar Streams” From Another Galaxy

Dark Energy Survey Spots “Stellar Streams” From Another Galaxy

Dark energy from other galaxies is invading the Milky Way Read More »

The FDA Just Approved a Robotic Exoskeleton That Augments Your Strength

The FDA Just Approved a Robotic Exoskeleton That Augments Your Strength

HAL is approved by the FDA. ("Let's cross the street, HAL. Cross the street, HAL. HAL?" Read More »

We Could Have an In-Orbit Satellite Repair Service by 2020

We Could Have an In-Orbit Satellite Repair Service by 2020

A UK company plans to use drones to salvage non-working satellites Read More »

Review: The Continuum by Wendy Nikel

Review: The Continuum by Wendy Nikel

With just enough twists and turns to keep the pages turning, The Continuum by Wendy Nikel revisits some of those delicate questions of time travel we all love to debate. Read More »

NASA just tested the tiny nuclear reactor it could use for a Martian colony

NASA just tested the tiny nuclear reactor it could use for a Martian colony

This looks like the device Mark Watney used to keep warm in The Martian Read More »

13,000 Year Ago a 100km Asteroid Triggered an Impact Winter on Earth

13,000 Year Ago a 100km Asteroid Triggered an Impact Winter on Earth

12,800 years ago (give or take a few months), pieces of a disintegrating comet hit the Earth and triggered an "impact winter" Read More »

We’ve Seen Less Than One Percent of Mars. NASA’s New Lander Is Going To Change That.

We’ve Seen Less Than One Percent of Mars. NASA’s New Lander Is Going To Change That.

In less than a month, the Mars InSight Lander will begin its journey. Read More »

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