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Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Celebrating 1 Year in Print with a Special, Full Color Anniversary Edition

Visit our new Indiegogo campaign and help us publish a special anniversary edition Read More »

Noticias Literatura 24-4

Noticias Literatura 24-4

Listen to a radio program featuring two editors discussing the Latino fantastica anthology Unusual. Read More »

Large molecules show Enceladus “clearly is habitable for | Cosmos

Large molecules show Enceladus “clearly is habitable for | Cosmos

Large chains of organic molecules are spewing forth from Enceladus. They could be formed by inorganic, or organic processes. Read More »

Earth’s Magnetic Field Is Behaving Erratically, Baffling Scientists

Earth’s Magnetic Field Is Behaving Erratically, Baffling Scientists

The magnetic field is shifting in unusual ways; our technologies are dependent upon accuracy, but the recent government shut down prevented regular updating. Read More »

Stratolaunch, World’s Largest Plane, Flies for the First Time

Stratolaunch, World’s Largest Plane, Flies for the First Time

Stratolaunch, the world's largest plane AND a launch platform for sub-orbital vehicles, successfully completed its first test flight. Read More »

9 Incredible Accidental Science and Technological Discoveries That Have Changed the World

9 Incredible Accidental Science and Technological Discoveries That Have Changed the World

Many common advances were "discovered by accident". But those discoveries were made by people who were trained in observation and experimentation. They're called "scientists". Read More »

Biohacking Explained via a Kick-Ass Animation

Biohacking Explained via a Kick-Ass Animation

YOU are a Mega Meat Robot. CAR T Cell Immunotherapy hacks one of your programs to fight cancer. Read More »

Amazing Histories, April 1928: The Second Anniversary

Amazing Histories, April 1928: The Second Anniversary

Clair Winger Harris, HG Wells, Gernsback, and an appeal to design a symbol for "Scientifiction" Read More »

The Most Exciting Moments in 2018 Which Gave Us a Better Understanding of Space

The Most Exciting Moments in 2018 Which Gave Us a Better Understanding of Space

Voyager 2 reaches interstellar space, asteroids are visited like drive-in stands, new rocket engines, Mars missions and a Tesla car launched into space Read More »

New Theory: The Universe is a Bubble, Inflated by Dark Energy

New Theory: The Universe is a Bubble, Inflated by Dark Energy

OK. Maybe the universe is a bubble in a glass of cosmic chocolate milk Read More »

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Bizarre ‘dark fluid’ with negative mass could dominate the universe – what my research suggests – Big Think

Dark Matter, Dark Energy and now Dark Fluid. The universe will turn out to be 95% chocolate milk.... Read More »

The First Black Hole Photo Is Even More Amazing When You Zoom Out

The First Black Hole Photo Is Even More Amazing When You Zoom Out

More (expanded) images of the first black hole ever imaged Read More »

On the Eve of the Landing’s 50th Anniversary, A Visit to the Armstrong Museum

On the Eve of the Landing’s 50th Anniversary, A Visit to the Armstrong Museum

On a July day nearly 50 years ago, a man from the small town of Wapakoneta, OH, walked on the Moon. There's now a museum there, commemorating the event. Read More »

Una novela juvenil por los senderos de la literatura fantástica ecuatoriana

Una novela juvenil por los senderos de la literatura fantástica ecuatoriana

A review of Josette Burgaentzlé M.'s novel The Travelers of Sacred Gems, reminds us that life is learning and learning is life Read More »

Israel’s Moon probe snaps a final photo before crashing

Israel’s Moon probe snaps a final photo before crashing

Beresheet (in the beginning) didn't land successfully, but it sure did take a great pic Read More »

Beautiful Moon Base Concept Puts Inflatable Modules in Craters

Beautiful Moon Base Concept Puts Inflatable Modules in Craters

Beautiful Moonbase, inflate for me, Earthlight and moon rocks are waiting for me. There's a video explaining these underground inflatable habitats. Read More »

Planetary Collision That Created Moon Also Made Life on Earth Possible

Planetary Collision That Created Moon Also Made Life on Earth Possible

We're a by product of a planetary collision...an after effect. Kinda humbling. Read More »

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Planetary Collision That Created Moon Also Made Life on Earth Possible

Planetary Collision That Created Moon Also Made Life on Earth Possible

We're a by product of a planetary collision...an after effect. Kinda humbling. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS 4-21-19

AMAZING NEWS 4-21-19

Captain Pike Series? "Literary" authors diss SF, again, Kelly Marie Tran standing ovation, Wahlberg to become Steve Austin, meteor rains down on the East Coast, T. Rex for sale on Ebay, author's income declines, anti-semitism rises, Nimoy sings, more Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 4-21-19

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM 4-21-19

Yowza! Awards Season! Compton Crook, Dick, BASFA, Kitschies, Best Translated, Vogel, Imaginales, This Is Horror and Pixel Scrolls Read More »

Time Machine

Time Machine

Wizards still top the list, but there's plenty of other topics covered in our roundup of this past week's most popular posts Read More »

It’s True.  Young Readers Should Not Be Introduced To The Genre With Old SF, But….

It’s True. Young Readers Should Not Be Introduced To The Genre With Old SF, But….

Want a quick history lesson in the SF genre? Here's how to get one without having to wade through too much of that old, dated, socially jarring stuff without too much trouble. Read More »

CLUBHOUSE: Reviews: Pulp Literature Magazine #22 and “Typhoon Time” (Novel) by Ron S. Friedman

CLUBHOUSE: Reviews: Pulp Literature Magazine #22 and “Typhoon Time” (Novel) by Ron S. Friedman

Today, Graeme formalizes the new focus of his column on reviews of Canadian SpecFic, featuring Pulp Literature magazine and Typhoon Time by Ron S. Friedman Read More »

The Most Distant Object Discovered in Our Solar System: FarFarOut | Digital Trends

The Most Distant Object Discovered in Our Solar System: FarFarOut | Digital Trends

Sometimes, astronomers fail in the creative naming department. Such may be the case with the newly discovered FarFarOut planetoid Read More »

How Long Is a Day on Saturn? Scientists Finally Have an Answer | Digital Trends

How Long Is a Day on Saturn? Scientists Finally Have an Answer | Digital Trends

No soild surface? Magnetic field interference? 746+/- million miles away? No Problem. Cassini to the rescue Read More »

Beautiful Superbubbles May Be Bombarding the Earth with Cosmic Rays | Digital Trends

Beautiful Superbubbles May Be Bombarding the Earth with Cosmic Rays | Digital Trends

I'm guessing that a reference to Lawrence Welk's "tiny bubbles" will be lost on most. His just popped. Read More »

NASA wants to develop self-healing spacesuits, Venus landers and spider probes

NASA wants to develop self-healing spacesuits, Venus landers and spider probes

NASA is funding 18 new projects. Remember, these are the folks who gave us ear thermometers, space blankets, memory foam and a whole lot more. (Plus really cool launches!) Read More »

Anime roundup 4/18/2019: The Rearguard

Anime roundup 4/18/2019: The Rearguard

In this week's viewing: With only a few more premieres, it's time to set the season lineup already! Read More »

1,060-hour image of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) captured by Amateur Astronomers – AstroSpace

1,060-hour image of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) captured by Amateur Astronomers – AstroSpace

This could be the longest exposure image ever made by amateur astronomers Read More »

Scientists Might Have Just Figured Out Where Nightmares Come From

Scientists Might Have Just Figured Out Where Nightmares Come From

Where do nightmares come from? The right half of their cerebral cortex, that's where Read More »

A free book of science fiction from around the world about climate change, introduced by Kim Stanley Robinson / Boing Boing

A free book of science fiction from around the world about climate change, introduced by Kim Stanley Robinson / Boing Boing

An international climate change anthology Read More »

Industry Leaders Explain How The ISS Makes Life Better on Earth

Industry Leaders Explain How The ISS Makes Life Better on Earth

Space Exploration makes money. Here's some of the ways it does. Read More »

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