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Hasty Boskone Report & No News Features Today

Hasty Boskone Report & No News Features Today

Convention commuting blues leads to no news features today. Read More »

FILM REVIEW(S): FLATLINERS (and FLATLINERS)

FILM REVIEW(S): FLATLINERS (and FLATLINERS)

This week, Steve gets double vision as he reviews the two versions of the movie “Flatliners.” The first one was an examination of the possibility of an afterlife from a medical standpoint; the second one was sort of a horror movie. Read More »

Review: Black Panther

Review: Black Panther

Substituting for this week's editorial, a review of the cultural phenomena - Black Panther Read More »

Heinlein in Reflection

Heinlein in Reflection

Chris Nuttall summarizes his recent retro reviews and continues discussing one of fandom's perpetual subjects. Read More »

Off to Boskone

Off to Boskone

Convention weekend Read More »

Discover Sci Fi

Discover Sci Fi

Gosh...people may actually like science fiction! Read More »

Today, Michio Kaku Described What Life Will Look Like in Twenty Years

Today, Michio Kaku Described What Life Will Look Like in Twenty Years

Science Fiction "isn't about predicting the future", but Futurism IS. Check out these prognostications from a perennial prognosticator Read More »

A Renowned Futurist Says We Should Merge With AI to Protect Humanity

A Renowned Futurist Says We Should Merge With AI to Protect Humanity

Speeches at the world Government Summit in Dubai suggest a POGO solution to the inevitability of artificial intelligence: We has met the AI and he is US! Read More »

Anime roundup 2/15/2018: Amping Up

Anime roundup 2/15/2018: Amping Up

In this week's viewing: Beatless adds another antagonist, Hakyu Hoshin Engi operates at ludicrous power levels, and more! Read More »

New Releases in Science Fiction Romance To Warm Your Winter

New Releases in Science Fiction Romance To Warm Your Winter

Six New Romance Releases from Anna Hackett, Michelle Diener, Veronica Scott, Cynthia Sax, Anna Carven, and Ruby Dixon. It's a cliche to call them 'steamy', but, they're steamy. Read More »

Polar Borealis Opens Submission Window

Polar Borealis Opens Submission Window

Short fiction and poetry with SF, fantasy and horror themes, as well as a call out for beginning authors. Read More »

BOSKONE 55 This Weekend

BOSKONE 55 This Weekend

Boskone 55 set to kick off tomorrow, February 16th. Read More »

New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is ‘Really Strange’

New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is ‘Really Strange’

“It’s as though the water ice is partially molten”. A new form of water!? Molten Ice? Read on. Read More »

10 Nutty Proposals to Save the Planet – Neatorama

10 Nutty Proposals to Save the Planet – Neatorama

Nutty, but not crazy: from nuking Mars to shrinking the species, these ideas provide serious food for thought. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 14-2

Noticias Literatura 14-2

An interview with David Luna Lorenzo, on of the co-selectors of "Visiones 2017" Read More »

More Human than Human: The Next Step in AI is Augmenting Humans

More Human than Human: The Next Step in AI is Augmenting Humans

An international conference has determined that the next step in AI evolution should be augmented humans. Read More »

‘The Red Strings Club’ a game that explores the morality of transhumanism

‘The Red Strings Club’ a game that explores the morality of transhumanism

A video game featuring a high-tech future in which players are encouraged to make moral decisions. Read More »

‘The Red Strings Club’ a game that explores the morality of transhumanism

‘The Red Strings Club’ a game that explores the morality of transhumanism

A video game featuring a high-tech future in which players are encouraged to make moral decisions. Read More »

New Study Links Human Consciousness to a Law That Governs the Universe

New Study Links Human Consciousness to a Law That Governs the Universe

Researchers unveil a paper on another theory of consciousness, this time reliant on entropy. Read More »

Titan: A Place To Live? – Neatorama

Titan: A Place To Live? – Neatorama

Should we try to terraform Mars, or might Titan be the better option? According to this article, you'd not need a pressure suit on the surface, and people could FLY.... Read More »

Review: A Knife, a Fork, a Bottle, and a Cork by Sean C Hayden

Review: A Knife, a Fork, a Bottle, and a Cork by Sean C Hayden

A Knife, a Fork, a Bottle, and a Cork by Sean C Hayden is a post-apocalyptic novella packed with enough dystopian elements to fill a full-length novel. Read More »

VR and the Olympics

VR and the Olympics

VR technology is not only wowing viewers, its also providing the background for new story ideas Read More »

Novedades de enero

Novedades de enero

Bolivian anthology series Supernova releases the third edition, Editorial Cthulhu has published his third anthology: "HORROR QUEER, Rosarium Publisher announces 2018 plans; magazines, events and more Read More »

Electric “Space Tug” Could Make Moon Flights More Economical Than Ever

Electric “Space Tug” Could Make Moon Flights More Economical Than Ever

Researchers are seeking to use the Hall Effect to develop an inexpensive Moon tug. Read More »

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Is Your Mind Quantum? | Roger Penrose Ph.D 

Roger Penrose discusses the ORCH-OR model of quantum consciousness, Read More »

Retro Review:  Farnham’s Freehold by Robert Heinlein

Retro Review: Farnham’s Freehold by Robert Heinlein

Chris Nuttall takes a look at one of Heinlein's most controversial novels. Read More »

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 »

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