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In Lieu of News, Con Report Part 2, Balticon 53

In Lieu of News, Con Report Part 2, Balticon 53

Balticon 53 turns into a Larry Niven story. News at 11. Read More »

Con Report Balticon 53

Con Report Balticon 53

Notes on atending Balticon 53 Read More »

QUICK MOVIE REVIEWS: EXTINCTION and BRIGHTBURN

QUICK MOVIE REVIEWS: EXTINCTION and BRIGHTBURN

Steve talks about coincidence and reviews a couple of films. He didn’t find any five-flibbet films, but maybe you’ll like them better than he did. Read More »

CLUBHOUSE: Reviews: Five Fantasy Novels Worth Reading

CLUBHOUSE: Reviews: Five Fantasy Novels Worth Reading

Graeme reviews five novels, covering a range of interests and genres Read More »

Lagoon Nebula Captured by In First Imagee from Speculoos Instrument | Digital Trends

Lagoon Nebula Captured by In First Imagee from Speculoos Instrument | Digital Trends

Ooooo - shiny! Read More »

See What Astronomers Are Calling “The Last Breath of a Dying Star”

See What Astronomers Are Calling “The Last Breath of a Dying Star”

Death of a star, in glorious color Read More »

Did A US Navy Scientist Just Invent A Room-Temperature Superconductor? – Slashdot

Did A US Navy Scientist Just Invent A Room-Temperature Superconductor? – Slashdot

A patent application reveals that a room temp superconductor methodology may have been found Read More »

DARPA Wants to Build Conscious Robots Using Insect Brains

DARPA Wants to Build Conscious Robots Using Insect Brains

Wonderful. Insects controlling robots. Who controls the insects? Read More »

Lazy me: No Llegué a Escribir el Post de esta Semana… así que les Regalo un Cuento.

… Y eso. Además éste lo he mandado a varios sitios y no me lo han aceptado (ahora solo mando cuando me piden participar y generalmente mando dos opciones, a ver cuál les gusta) ¿Quizá pueden ayudarme a ver cuál es el problema? El Camino El camino que conduce al Reino, no tiene cadenas ni trancas. Pareciera ser una de esas minas abandonadas ya por secas y estériles. Es rocosa, sucia, con tela... Read More »

The trouble with streaming: It could fragment fandom

The trouble with streaming: It could fragment fandom

Could "streaming" fragment fandom? Read More »

Anime roundup 5/23/2019: The Long Game

Anime roundup 5/23/2019: The Long Game

In this week's viewing: Midnight Occult Civil Servants fails to break a cycle, Attack on Titan reminds us that it likes to make people wait, and more! Read More »

New Releases in Science Fiction Romance for a Long Weekend

New Releases in Science Fiction Romance for a Long Weekend

A shared universe SF Romance series! Read More »

Noticias Literatura 22-5

Noticias Literatura 22-5

Announcing the IXth TerBi Award Winners! Read More »

Our Nearest Exoplanet, Proxima B, Could Have Large and Chilly Neighbor | Digital Trends

Our Nearest Exoplanet, Proxima B, Could Have Large and Chilly Neighbor | Digital Trends

Alpha Centauri sure has an interesting SF history; it went from "of course it has Earth analogues, it's our closest stellar neighbor" to "multiple star systems can't host planets" and now back again to "we might just be able to live there" Read More »

Some Elements Can be Liquid and Solid at the Same Time

Some Elements Can be Liquid and Solid at the Same Time

Liquid and solid at the same time...kind of like that alien goo mentioned elsewhere Read More »

Zero-energy Bio Refrigerator cools your food with future gel

Zero-energy Bio Refrigerator cools your food with future gel

This is so much like all of those "alien" technologies that require one to stick their hands into alien goo to operate Read More »

New Type of Super-Efficient Superconductivity Discovered

New Type of Super-Efficient Superconductivity Discovered

New types of superconductivity are always a good thing, even if they've no practical application Read More »

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New Type of Super-Efficient Superconductivity Discovered

New Type of Super-Efficient Superconductivity Discovered

New types of superconductivity are always a good thing, even if they've no practical application Read More »

Amazing Histories, May 1928: Inventions and Invertebrates

Amazing Histories, May 1928: Inventions and Invertebrates

A cautionary editorial about predicting the future of technology; giant octopi in print, presaging giant creature films, and more Read More »

Bizarre Black Hole “Drags” Spacetime, Blasts Wobbling Plasma Jets

Bizarre Black Hole “Drags” Spacetime, Blasts Wobbling Plasma Jets

V404 Cygni has now been charged with reckless use of plasma jets Read More »

What Will it Take to Create the First Martians?

What Will it Take to Create the First Martians?

What does it take? Man Plus, at least according to Pohl. Read More »

Radical Desalination Approach May Disrupt the Water Industry | Columbia Engineering

Radical Desalination Approach May Disrupt the Water Industry | Columbia Engineering

Reverse Osmosis? Distillation? Nah. We're talking about Solvent Extraction! The new methodology can help clean up hypersaline water solutions often produced by energy extraction methods. Read More »

Is the Higgs boson actually a ‘portal to the dark world’? – Futurity

Is the Higgs boson actually a ‘portal to the dark world’? – Futurity

Physicists propose another new way to hunt down dark matter Read More »

Mindstorm: A Review and Interview with Cindy Koepp

Mindstorm: A Review and Interview with Cindy Koepp

An excellent read, Mindstorm: Parlay at Ologo brings humor in the midst of drama, and passion in the midst of prejudice. Read More »

Film Review – See You Yesterday

Film Review – See You Yesterday

Spike Lee's alternate timeline take on Back to the Future debuts on Netflix Read More »

Tholins: The red goo critical to life in the universe – Big Think

Tholins: The red goo critical to life in the universe – Big Think

Red Goo may have been a precursor to life. Astronomers are finding it everywhere. Read More »

China Says It’ll Have a Moon Base in Ten Years

China Says It’ll Have a Moon Base in Ten Years

China's Space Agency is getting more serious and specific with their ten year plan. Read More »

Scientists Explore Mercury’s Inner Core Through Its Gravity and Spin

Scientists Explore Mercury’s Inner Core Through Its Gravity and Spin

Mercury's core may be much like the Earth's. The real question is, did they find SPD-13 running around on the surface? Read More »

AMAZING NEWS 5/19/19 – Fanbot Edition

AMAZING NEWS 5/19/19 – Fanbot Edition

Ellison short, space pirates, burning Earth, Northwest Smith, Steve Stiles, publishing consequences of opening your mouth in public, and more! Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 5/19/19 – SCROLLBOT EDITION

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 5/19/19 – SCROLLBOT EDITION

Israeli Worldcon Bid Being Explored, AnLab and Asimov's Reader Choice, Premio this, that and the other, Nebulas, the TOP SF Awards, Balticon, and more Read More »

TIME MACHINE

TIME MACHINE

We do this every week. Our most read posts. You know what to do. Read More »

The Coming of the Fanbots

The Coming of the Fanbots

Will Fandom survive the coming of the Fanbots? Read More »

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