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RETRO REVIEW: QUATERMASS AND THE PIT

RETRO REVIEW: QUATERMASS AND THE PIT

Exploring the fictional Professor Bernard Quatermass, whose experiments lie (as Rod Serling says) “between the pit of man’s fears, and the summit of his knowledge”! Go get some! Read More »

The Moon May Have Once Had a Magma Ocean Beneath the Surface – ExtremeTech

The Moon May Have Once Had a Magma Ocean Beneath the Surface – ExtremeTech

Bigger than Yellowstone! Read More »

NASA Makes New Discovery With 22-Year-Old Galileo Data From Ganymede

NASA Makes New Discovery With 22-Year-Old Galileo Data From Ganymede

Ganymede has a magnetosphere, and it is doing unusual things. Read More »

Dense stellar clusters may foster black hole megamergers | Big Think

Dense stellar clusters may foster black hole megamergers | Big Think

They just keep getting bigger and bigger and... Read More »

Anime roundup 6/21/2018: Suicide Ain’t Painless

Anime roundup 6/21/2018: Suicide Ain’t Painless

In this week's viewing: Hakyu Hoshin Engi continues to trim the cast, Megalobox reaches a turning point, and more! Read More »

More Hot Summer Science Fiction Romance Reads

More Hot Summer Science Fiction Romance Reads

Fortunately for voracious readers, SF Romance authors are writing their little hearts out! Read More »

Want to Breathe on Mars? A Sea-Dwelling Bacteria Could Make That Possible.

Want to Breathe on Mars? A Sea-Dwelling Bacteria Could Make That Possible.

It's not oxygum.... Read More »

NEWS UPDATE:  AMAZING STORIES and REJECTIONS

NEWS UPDATE: AMAZING STORIES and REJECTIONS

Responding to the claim that we are not informing authors of rejections. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 20-6

Noticias Literatura 20-6

Hispacon 2018 & a presentation of the novel Otro Tiempo Read More »

Does Water Really Exist on The Moon?

Does Water Really Exist on The Moon?

Certain minerals, as well as imaging say "Yes, there is" Read More »

We Now Have A Working Nuclear Reactor for Other Planets — But No Plan For Its Waste

We Now Have A Working Nuclear Reactor for Other Planets — But No Plan For Its Waste

"Kilopower" is the size of a large fridge and largely indestructible. But what do we do with the core? Read More »

Many Worlds, One Vision: A Talk with Author Clay Gilbert

Many Worlds, One Vision: A Talk with Author Clay Gilbert

An interview with the author of The Conversationalist, Clay Gilbert. Read More »

Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos Reveals Plans to Colonize the Moon

Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos Reveals Plans to Colonize the Moon

Bezos has set his sites on the Moon; Musk on Mars. Which billionaire is going to claim Europa? Read More »

The Lifespan of a Lie – Trust Issues – Medium

The Lifespan of a Lie – Trust Issues – Medium

The Stanford Prison Experiment was a big deal, and it was all based on lies. Read More »

Check Out the Wacky Designs in Boeing’s $2M Passenger Drone Contest

Check Out the Wacky Designs in Boeing’s $2M Passenger Drone Contest

Boeing sponsored a passenger drone contest. This is what they got. Read More »

Two stars will merge in 2022 and explode into red fury 

Two stars will merge in 2022 and explode into red fury 

Astronomers are predicting a nova that will be visible to the naked eye. Read More »

What to read, what to read?

What to read, what to read?

Every writer will tell you that in order to write, you need to read. Read More »

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What to read, what to read?

What to read, what to read?

Every writer will tell you that in order to write, you need to read. Read More »

AMAZING NEWSl 6-17-18

AMAZING NEWSl 6-17-18

Wonder Woman costume, Sex Dolls that can learn, dust storms on Mars, ending sexual harassment, NASA's future plans and much more Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 6-17-2018

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 6-17-2018

Kurd Laswits, Tony, Sunburst, REH Foundation, Diana Jones, Self-Pubbed Fantasy, Australian Fairy Talk, Baen Military, SF Hall of Fame, awards, pixels galore and multiple SJW credentials! Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Lots of Clarke this week, Stephen King, Wiscon and more as we round up our most popular posts. Read More »

The Graduate

The Graduate

The High School graduation of a grandchild prompts some musings on the state of public education. Read More »

REVIEW: STEPHEN KING’S “THE OUTSIDER”

REVIEW: STEPHEN KING’S “THE OUTSIDER”

Stephen King’s got novel number 60 out. Steve F takes a look at it. Is it garbage, word slaw, Pulitzer-worthy, or what? See what Steve thinks. Read More »

NEOWISE Thermal Data Reveal Surface Properties of Over 100 Asteroids

NEOWISE Thermal Data Reveal Surface Properties of Over 100 Asteroids

New Tricks with Old Data reveal far more about 122 asteroids than we've ever known. Read More »

NASA asks for Europa lander science experiments—and that’s a big deal

NASA asks for Europa lander science experiments—and that’s a big deal

A call for experiment packages may be just the political boost the Europa Lander mission needs. Read More »

There’s New Evidence for the Mysterious “Planet Nine”

There’s New Evidence for the Mysterious “Planet Nine”

Science Fight! Following a paper that suggests there is no Planet Nine, here's one that suggests the opposite! Read More »

Astronomers Just Found the Largest Known Neutron Star

Astronomers Just Found the Largest Known Neutron Star

Eat your heart out Beowulf Shaeffer! This one is a giant! Read More »

Anime roundup 6/14/2018: Vanishing Point

Anime roundup 6/14/2018: Vanishing Point

In this week's viewing: Hakyu Hoshin Engi finally makes good on its promise of massive destruction, Steins;Gate 0 and Megalobox look for witness protection, and more! Read More »

More evidence that the Universe is making lots of massive stars 

More evidence that the Universe is making lots of massive stars 

Dwarf galaxies may be forming an excessive number of massive stars Read More »

Mercury’s crust may be thinner than scientists thought

Mercury’s crust may be thinner than scientists thought

Venus' crust may be a lot thinner than originally thought, and largely formed by vulcanism Read More »

New Horizons Probe Is Awake and Ready to Explore the Kuiper Belt

New Horizons Probe Is Awake and Ready to Explore the Kuiper Belt

Poor New Horizons...we don't think there's a Starbucks 4 Billion miles away from Earth Read More »

The material science of building a light sail to take us to Alpha Centauri

The material science of building a light sail to take us to Alpha Centauri

We're just beginning to learn what needs to go into a light sail to make it work...a lot more than we thought Read More »

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