Armstrong on the Moon, Christopher Lee, EmDrive experiments, Latin SF, modern myth, the Illustrated Dune…

Interesting Note: While we have plenty of newly published posts that are avidly read and make it into our Time Machine post highlighting the past week’s most popular reads, we also wanted to point out that no fewer than 477 different articles were read at least once during the past week.

This strongly suggests that we are appealing to a wide audience that is eager to engage with a wide variety of topics and subjects. We’ve got over 9,200 individual articles on the site – dig in!

The Ten Greatest Wizards of All Time


The Best YouTube Channels for History Nerds

Review: Three Laws Lethal by David Walton 

El mito y significado moderno: El saludo Vulcano

THE BUTTERFLY KID a Retro Review in Anticipation of the Re-Release of the Greenwich Village Trilogy

Noticias Literatura 19-6

Big Brain Aliens

Science Fiction Romance Recommendations for Summer Reading Bingo

London Fields – Director’s Cut Review

The Tools of Your Forefathers

Science Fiction Books to Look For This Month – June 2019

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Lackington’s Magazine “Voyages” – Issue 19, Spring 2019

Nuevo Libro: (El mío) Ada Lyn

El Reino de AV-LES

There Are No Photos of Neil Armstrong on the Moon?

Illustrating Barsoom

It’s Unlikely, but a 164-Foot Asteroid May Hit Earth in September

Debunking Lolita Fashion and the American Otaku Myth

Noticias Literatura 12-6

La ciencia ficción ecuatoriana en el 2017

The Illustrated Dune (or, Why I Hate Sam Weber)

Jupiter Is so Close This Week You Can See Its Moons Without a Telescope

Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Vincent Price: the actors who defined a genre

Alternate Israels: Five Historical Proposals for a Jewish Homeland

New EmDrive Experiment Could Lead to Spacecrafts Without Fuel


New Study: Alien Life is Probably Way Rarer Than We Thought

Modern Myth & Meaning: Yoga and the Vulcan Salute

Top 10 Once Upon a Time Villains

Meet Hippocamp, “The Moon That Shouldn’t Be There”

Good Versus Evil

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