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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 »

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 »

Ansible Fest. Primer Festival de Ciencia Ficción Feminista en España.

Ansible Fest. Primer Festival de Ciencia Ficción Feminista en España.

An interview with the organizers of Ansible, the first Feminist Hispanic SF Festival Read More »

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Ansible Fest. Primer Festival de Ciencia Ficción Feminista en España.

Ansible Fest. Primer Festival de Ciencia Ficción Feminista en España.

An interview with the organizers of Ansible, the first Feminist Hispanic SF Festival Read More »

Noticias Literatura 12-6

Noticias Literatura 12-6

Video from the latest TerBi conference, two new anthologies and the Ansible feminist SF festival Read More »

Scientists May Have Found Evidence of the Elusive Sterile Neutrino Particle

Scientists May Have Found Evidence of the Elusive Sterile Neutrino Particle

Sterile Neutrinos may be responsible for dark matter. Now, physicists may have actually found some. Read More »

250 million years from now, the world will be whole again

250 million years from now, the world will be whole again

Just wait 250 million years and you'll be able to walk from Antarctica to Australia, by way of south America, North America, Africa, Europe and Asia Read More »

We May Not Need ‘Planet 9’ to Explain Unusual Orbits in Outer Solar System

We May Not Need ‘Planet 9’ to Explain Unusual Orbits in Outer Solar System

The highly eccentric orbits of trans-Neptunian planets might be caused by the theoretical Planet 9, or by other Trans-Neptunian objects, like a swarm of dwarf planets Read More »

Salvage:  A short animated film by Geoffrey James

Salvage: A short animated film by Geoffrey James

An animated short film, created by a single animator; the technology sure has come a long way! Read More »

A new answer to the Fermi paradox: “First in, last out”

A new answer to the Fermi paradox: “First in, last out”

Zoo hypothesis, multiverse hypothesis, great filter hypothesis and now, the Vogon Construction Crew hypothesis. Read More »

Interview with Rob Boffard, author of Adrift

Interview with Rob Boffard, author of Adrift

Veronic Scott interviews Rob Boffard, author of Tracer and the newly released Adrift. What would YOU do if you were adrift in a lifeboat. In space...? Read More »

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Article populaire 2018

A summary of posts for French readers. Read More »

A Good Title

A Good Title

You can't judge a book by its cover, but the title, well, the title is a different story. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 6-10-18

AMAZING NEWS: 6-10-18

Put on a second pot! You're going to want to read ALL of these stories! Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 6-10-18

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 6-10-18

Pixel Scroll titles expand in scope! Lambda Literary awards, Manly Wade Wellman. right way, wrong way, navy way and aussie way, and lots more Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Our traffic is up, and so too are the popularity of our posts Read More »

Why Publishing a Magazine is (kinda) Like Running a Con

Why Publishing a Magazine is (kinda) Like Running a Con

The label of Fan can no longer be allowed to shield behavior that delegitimizes other Fans. Read More »

London Comic Con May 2018

London Comic Con May 2018

London Comic Con - cohabiting costumes and cosplay (lots of pichurs!) Read More »

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