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Is the speed of light slowing down? | Big Think

Is the speed of light slowing down? | Big Think

Quantum entanglement appears to be faster than light. Read More »

Anime roundup 3/29/2018: Right as Rain

Anime roundup 3/29/2018: Right as Rain

In this week's viewing: Hakumei and Mikochi learn what fishing is really about, Hakyu Hoshin Engi turns into character drama, and more! Read More »

Baidu’s pocket translator is a ‘Star Trek’ dream come to life

Baidu’s pocket translator is a ‘Star Trek’ dream come to life

Right now, these devices are only available at airports and travel agencies... Read More »

Noticias Literatura 28-3

Noticias Literatura 28-3

Carlos Sáiz Cidoncha March 27th, 2018; and the Visions 2018 anthology opens for submissions; Read More »

Spring 2018 SF Anime Preview

Spring 2018 SF Anime Preview

Did the past season seem lackluster? Well, get ready to be snowed under by more sf options than ever! Read More »

Amazing Histories, June 1927: Prize-Winning Stories

Amazing Histories, June 1927: Prize-Winning Stories

In this latest issue, Hugo Gernsback announces that he and his associates have chosen the three contest winners from around 360 entrants Read More »

Hollyweird Science by Kevin R. Grazier & Stephen Cass

Hollyweird Science by Kevin R. Grazier & Stephen Cass

Hollyweird Science - The Next Generation shows readers where the film industry got the science right as well as where they got it wrong. Read More »

EN EL CUERPO UNA VOZ: Reseña del libro de Máximiliano Barrientos

EN EL CUERPO UNA VOZ: Reseña del libro de Máximiliano Barrientos

A review of Maximiliano Barrientos's In A Body, A Voice, a tale of alternate Bolivian history. Read More »

Paradigm Lost: An Interview with R. Roderick Rowe

Paradigm Lost: An Interview with R. Roderick Rowe

There are so many different takes on Science Fiction. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 3-25-2018

AMAZING NEWS: 3-25-2018

Curiosity day 2,000; Black Panther, dollar 630.9 million; Kids anti-gun march, Star Wars concert, tributes to Dr. Hawking and more Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 3-25-2018

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 3-25-2018

Unsolicited opinion, Kitsch, cats selecting fine literature and much more this week Read More »

FILM PROGRAM: Fanac’s Video Fan History Project

FILM PROGRAM: Fanac’s Video Fan History Project

Tribute to Ike and a bit of inside baseball on fanzines Read More »

JO PHAN’S READS:  This Week in Fanzines

JO PHAN’S READS: This Week in Fanzines

Infinitely Improbable, Thog's Masterclass and TWO editorials! Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Witches, alternate history, horror actors and our Kickstarter are featured among our most popular posts Read More »

IRONTOWN BLUES HARDBACK – John Varley

IRONTOWN BLUES HARDBACK – John Varley

Some good news for Varley readers who were looking forward to a hardback IRONTOWN BLUES on your bookshelf. His agent, Christine Cohen, is working on getting a limited edition hardback. The best news: The hardback is going to be a “writer’s cut,” which means it’s going to have scenes that he was forced to cut. Visit John’s site and contact him to let him know that you want this hardback on yo... Read More »

The Kickstarter Experience

The Kickstarter Experience

Our plans for Worldcon76 in San Jose. Read More »

Nicolás Kingman: un observador de lo fantástico

Nicolás Kingman: un observador de lo fantástico

On March 19, the writer and journalist Nicolás Kingman Riofrío passed away at 99; he made contributions to Ecuadorian SF and Fantasy literarture. Read More »

A BIT OF ALICE, and SPOILERFUL REVIEW OF ANNIHILATION!

A BIT OF ALICE, and SPOILERFUL REVIEW OF ANNIHILATION!

This week is movie week—a fantasy over a century old, and a brand new science fiction. Both are very good for their time, Steve thinks—see what you think! Read More »

Mystery of ‘alien’ skeleton solved – CNN

Mystery of ‘alien’ skeleton solved – CNN

Another nail in von Daniken's coffin: it's not alien, and it's not even ancient Read More »

Shocking the brain with electricity can prompt people to remember old dreams

Shocking the brain with electricity can prompt people to remember old dreams

Remembering old dreams via electrical shock. Maybe wireheading won't be too far behind... Read More »

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Another Star May Have Skimmed the Solar System 70,000 Years Ago – ExtremeTech

70,000 years ago, the sky might have looked like Tattooine's Read More »

Super Heroínas Peruanas.

Super Heroínas Peruanas.

Short interviews with the creators and writers of Peruvian SuperHeroines La Chola Power and Girl Caffeine. (This is really cool!) Read More »

Anime Roundup 3/22/2018: Is This the Real Life?

Anime Roundup 3/22/2018: Is This the Real Life?

In this week's viewing: Hakyu Hoshin Engi tackles advanced physics again, Beatless pretty much lays out what's really going on, and more! Read More »

Noticias Literatura 21-3

Noticias Literatura 21-3

An interview with Joseba Paulorena, author of "Muerte en blanco" Read More »

A Nearby Planet Thought to Host Life Was Just Blasted With Radiation

A Nearby Planet Thought to Host Life Was Just Blasted With Radiation

Will we find a lone monument, aka Clarke's The Star, when we finally get there? Read More »

NASA Finds a Large Amount of Water in an Exoplanet’s Atmosphere

NASA Finds a Large Amount of Water in an Exoplanet’s Atmosphere

NASA continues to give us hope that life might exist in the atmospheres of gas giants. Read More »

Review: That Which Grows Wild: 16 Tales of Dark Fiction by Eric J. Guignard

Review: That Which Grows Wild: 16 Tales of Dark Fiction by Eric J. Guignard

As the editor of previous anthologies, Eric J. Guignard has an obvious eye for amassing gripping short stories fandom will enjoy reading. Read More »

Giant moon crater could be great landing spot 

Giant moon crater could be great landing spot 

Geologists are mapping out the best landing sites inside the Moon's oldest crater. Read More »

A Company Wants to Put a Chip in Your Brain to Cure Disease

A Company Wants to Put a Chip in Your Brain to Cure Disease

An Israeli firm is working on wireless brain implants Read More »

The Moon Will Soon Have Its Own Mobile Network

The Moon Will Soon Have Its Own Mobile Network

We're guessing that this all takes place after we start sending clones to the Moon to mine Helium3... Read More »

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