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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 »

Reseña de libro: La Venganza de los Apus de Sarko Medina Hinojosa

Reseña de libro: La Venganza de los Apus de Sarko Medina Hinojosa

In Latin America the fantastic is not just a literary current, it is life itself, as this review of Revenge of the Apus illustrates. Read More »

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Anathema Magazine issue 7

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Anathema Magazine issue 7

A tri-annual speculative fiction magazine of works by “queer POC / Indigenous / Aboriginal creators”, and a call for a crusade against an entrenched foe. Read More »

7 Essential Algorithms That Run the World

7 Essential Algorithms That Run the World

We got your algorithm right here. Reading Amazing Stories = increases in knowledge and entertainment! Read More »

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7 Essential Algorithms That Run the World

7 Essential Algorithms That Run the World

We got your algorithm right here. Reading Amazing Stories = increases in knowledge and entertainment! Read More »

Scientists discover how to trap mysterious dark matter – Big Think

Scientists discover how to trap mysterious dark matter – Big Think

If you want to catch Dark Matter Particles, you'll need a trap and Dark Matter Particle Bait, available at your local supercollider today! Read More »

Tiny CubeSat on a Mission to Clean up Space Junk

Tiny CubeSat on a Mission to Clean up Space Junk

Tracking down and eliminating 129 Million pieces of space junk. In the absence of the Jetson's Rosie, autonomous cubesats may be the answer Read More »

Summer 2019 Amazing Stories Cover Reveal

Summer 2019 Amazing Stories Cover Reveal

Summer 2019 cover!!! and MORE! revealed today! Read More »

Anime roundup 5/16/2019: The Ladies Vanish

Anime roundup 5/16/2019: The Ladies Vanish

In this week's viewing: Midnight Occult Civil Servants and Demon Slayer both tackle supernatural kidnapping sprees, RobiHachi finds a planet with a surprising gender balance, and more! Read More »

Interplanetary Spots to Visit On Your Voyage to the Solar System and Beyond – Neatorama

Interplanetary Spots to Visit On Your Voyage to the Solar System and Beyond – Neatorama

Backpacking the Solar System? Here are the giant canyons, giant volcanoes and other sights you won't want to miss. Read More »

How Walter Alvarez Decoded the Chicxulub Asteroid Strike

How Walter Alvarez Decoded the Chicxulub Asteroid Strike

This - may be - the story of the smoking gun that killed the dinosaurs Read More »

ESA Satellite Accidentally Discovered Three New Asteroids

ESA Satellite Accidentally Discovered Three New Asteroids

Orbiting the sun at peculiar angles. Could there be NEOs doing that too? Read More »

NASA Develops Soft Robots for Future Space Missions

NASA Develops Soft Robots for Future Space Missions

Soft robot, warm robot, little ball of ... plastic? Read More »

Living in the Ruins of Past Glory

Living in the Ruins of Past Glory

World building in games and in fiction have many similarities, but often have different objectives. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 15-5

Noticias Literatura 15-5

The "Spanish Hugo" - The Premio Ignotus - award finalists are announced. One of our contributors - Laura Ponce - is a finalist. Read More »

Scientists Investigate How Massive Stars Die in Hypernova Events | Digital Trends

Scientists Investigate How Massive Stars Die in Hypernova Events | Digital Trends

Novas are big events. Supernovas are even bigger, but Hypernovas outshine entire galaxies. Read More »

Bright, Ancient Galaxies Shed Light on Early Universe

Bright, Ancient Galaxies Shed Light on Early Universe

"Reionization" sounds like something out of Buckaroo Banzai, but it was an important step in the evolution of our universe. Read More »

Harvard Physicist: Wormhole Travel Is Possible, but It’s Not Fast

Harvard Physicist: Wormhole Travel Is Possible, but It’s Not Fast

Vaster than universes and more slow. Next up - fast wormholes. (You know someone will propose them.) Read More »

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The Twilight of the Gods

What does the future portend for a world inhabited by the franchise generation? Read More »

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