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Physicists Just Made the Most Precise Measurement Ever of Gravity’s Strength

Physicists Just Made the Most Precise Measurement Ever of Gravity’s Strength

Gravity is the weakest force, but how strong is it? A recent experiment refines, but doesn't define, the force Read More »

This “Robotic Skin” Can Turn Pretty Much Anything Into a Robot – Futurism

This “Robotic Skin” Can Turn Pretty Much Anything Into a Robot – Futurism

It works on people too.... Read More »

Get ready for a flood of new exoplanets: TESS has already spotted two 

Get ready for a flood of new exoplanets: TESS has already spotted two 

Within a year, TESS will have surveyed most of the sky. Read More »

Climate change is a threat multiplier

Climate change is a threat multiplier

Funny. In years past, its been a trope of climate disaster SF that the changes happen faster that we predicted they would.... Read More »

Ancient DNA reveals the secrets of a devastating European disease 

Ancient DNA reveals the secrets of a devastating European disease 

Archaeology provides clues to the evolution of a bacterium that causes relapsing fever Read More »

Nuevas Publicaciones: Trilogía El Instinto de la Luz de Cristian Londoño Proaño

Nuevas Publicaciones: Trilogía El Instinto de la Luz de Cristian Londoño Proaño

An excerpt from Cristian Londoño Proaño's The Instinct of Light series Read More »

Information Please – The Science Fiction Edition

Information Please – The Science Fiction Edition

A new quiz show is coming to a convention near you! Read More »

Scientists discover a “neural clock” deep inside the human brain

Scientists discover a “neural clock” deep inside the human brain

Researchers uncover a "subjective time" clock in the brain. Read More »

Debate over Pluto’s Planet Status Still Contested

Debate over Pluto’s Planet Status Still Contested

There's no debate. We're just waiting for some astronomers to come to their senses. Read More »

How Will Police Solve Murders on Mars?  

How Will Police Solve Murders on Mars?  

For one thing, forensic science is going to open up a whole new chapter Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 10-14-18

AMAZING NEWS: 10-14-18

So many "OMG" moments this week: Chuck Wendig's saga, show cancellations, show reveals, night launches, Salvatore & Rothfuss on fantasy; Gaiman on Pratchett, still no ticket for a space flight from Sir Roger.... Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 10-14-18

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 10-14-18

Bleeding Cool Runs Afoul of protesters, then Day runs afoul of Indiegogo; awards, cosplay, science news, 50th anniversary of an APA and more Read More »

TIME MACHINE:  Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Fiction climbs in the charts. See all of the rest of our popular posts Read More »

Indie Ad Campaign

Indie Ad Campaign

Thoughts on Indie authors and an ad program just for them in Amazing Stories. Read More »

Clubhouse: An Old Guy Attends VCON 42 Convention

Clubhouse: An Old Guy Attends VCON 42 Convention

A Tale of the Wandering Fan. R. Graeme Camerone wanders through VCon42 Read More »

MY CONVENTION VIEWS, AWARD NEWS, AND SHORT REVIEWS

MY CONVENTION VIEWS, AWARD NEWS, AND SHORT REVIEWS

Steve takes it easy this week with short reviews, award news and singing the blues. Okay, we’re kidding about the blues. Read More »

Using Giant Pool Noodles to Rid the Oceans of Plastic 

Using Giant Pool Noodles to Rid the Oceans of Plastic 

It isn't a finger in the dyke, but this Dutch boy may have just solved the plastic in the ocean problem Read More »

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Using Giant Pool Noodles to Rid the Oceans of Plastic 

Using Giant Pool Noodles to Rid the Oceans of Plastic 

It isn't a finger in the dyke, but this Dutch boy may have just solved the plastic in the ocean problem Read More »

SpaceX Will Send Another Company’s Robots to the Moon in 2021

SpaceX Will Send Another Company’s Robots to the Moon in 2021

SpaceX is helping out one of the XPrize Lunar Landing Contestants Read More »

Comau reveals MATE the wearable exoskeleton » Coolest Gadgets

Comau reveals MATE the wearable exoskeleton » Coolest Gadgets

Give you a hand (shoulder, elbow, forearm) Mate? This exoskelton needs no exterior power source. Read More »

Anime roundup 10/11/2018: Sturgeon Takes a Holiday

Anime roundup 10/11/2018: Sturgeon Takes a Holiday

In this week's viewing: Fall season has arrived and a lot more than 10% of it is worth your time! Read More »

New Releases in Science Fiction Romance for October

New Releases in Science Fiction Romance for October

New SF Romances reveal a great diversity of plot, sub-genre and affection. Read More »

The Universe Has A Speed Limit, And It Isn’t The Speed Of Light

The Universe Has A Speed Limit, And It Isn’t The Speed Of Light

There is a speed limit to the particles that travel through the Universe, and it isn't the speed of light. Read More »

Scientists Want to Put a Horrifying Caterpillar Robot Inside Your Body – Futurism

Scientists Want to Put a Horrifying Caterpillar Robot Inside Your Body – Futurism

Headlines call this thing "horrifying", but have you ever seen inside your body? Read More »

Space Crew Make Emergency Landing

Space Crew Make Emergency Landing

Mission 57 to the ISS aborts; crew lands safely Read More »

Noticias Literatura 10-10

Noticias Literatura 10-10

Gutterson by Francisco Guerrero wins the 24th UPC Science Fiction Prize; THINGS OF CHILDREN by Alfons Ruano Cruz (Spain) wins the MiNatura XVI International Short Film Competition 2018 award Read More »

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It Looks Like Europa’s Surface Is Covered With Gigantic Shards of Ice

It Looks Like Europa’s Surface Is Covered With Gigantic Shards of Ice

First we hope for water, water, everywhere. Now we're pissed that we've found it.... Read More »

Project searches for alien signals in space

Project searches for alien signals in space

Optical SETI pins its hopes on finding alien civilizations stupid enough to broadcast their presence Read More »

Ceres might have tilted over onto its side  

Ceres might have tilted over onto its side  

When is an equitorial ice ridge not an equitorial ice ridge? When it's on Ceres. Read More »

Gary Kurtz: the man who introduced SF fandom to Star Wars

Gary Kurtz: the man who introduced SF fandom to Star Wars

Gary Kurtz, Star Wars original producer, is remembered for his engagement with fans. Read More »

Review: Wooden Books from Bloomsbury Publishing

Review: Wooden Books from Bloomsbury Publishing

Not the early reader board books you read with your kids, the latest release of Wooden Books from Bloomsbury Publishing are as informative as they are stunning. Read More »

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