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Flags On The Moon: Apollo 12 (“Need To Jury Rig”)

Flags On The Moon: Apollo 12 (“Need To Jury Rig”)

Apollo 12, the second lunar landing mission, was snakebit from the outset. The crew’s problems continued with their attempt to raise the American flag on the Moon. Read More »

Asni’s Art Blog: Time Artefacts

Asni’s Art Blog: Time Artefacts

Steampunk has brought a fascination with the elaborate mechanisms and ostentatious casings of old clocks. Time measuring and time traveling devices. Read More »

Through Alien Eyes

Through Alien Eyes

New app technologies are expanding the range of human senses, Mike Brotherton wants to expand his. Read More »

Genetic Breakthroughs—From Growing Livers and Brains to Editing Genes

Genetic Breakthroughs—From Growing Livers and Brains to Editing Genes

There's a lot of promise for medical conditions with new gene therapies...but Dr. Moreau still lurks in the background of our thoughts. Read More »

UFOs and Aliens

UFOs and Aliens

I guess what I’m saying is, extraordinary claims don’t really require extraordinary evidence; they just require good, scientific evidence. The same kind that proved the Earth wasn’t flat and F = MA. Read More »

Float Your Boat

Float Your Boat

Acoustic levitation and standing waves are bringing us steps closer to the ability to float. Read More »

Flags On The Moon: Apollo 11 (Rocket Science Required)

Flags On The Moon: Apollo 11 (Rocket Science Required)

Apollo 11 was the first of six Apollo spacecraft to land on the Moon. A total of twelve men walked on her surface, and every crew planted an American flag at their landing site. Each flag has a story to tell. Read More »

Flags On The Moon: Program Apollo (Who Owns The Moon?)

Flags On The Moon: Program Apollo (Who Owns The Moon?)

Today, if they think about it at all, most Americans take for granted that the Apollo astronauts planted American flags on the Moon. That wasn't always the plan. Read More »

The Science Fiction Hall Of Fame Retro Read:  A Martian Odyssey (Part 2)

The Science Fiction Hall Of Fame Retro Read: A Martian Odyssey (Part 2)

Steve Davidson continues his examination of Stanley G. Weinbaum's ground breaking tale - A Martian Odyssey. Read More »

Asni’s Art Blog: The Concept of Time

Asni’s Art Blog: The Concept of Time

January, named for the two-headed god Janus - who looks back to the past and forward to the future, is an excellent time to explore expressions of time in fantastic art Read More »

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