It may be possible ti imagine a worse hell….
Steve Davidson nous présente le cinquième numéro de la revue Short and Sweet – our Fifth Issue Today, I Got Nothing But Angst and Quizzes R Graeme Cameron présente une anthologie assez particulière CLUBHOUSE: Review: Broken Sun Broken Moon, a surreal anthology by Brent Hayward Steve Fahnetalk rend hommage à Leigh Brackett LEIGH BRACKETT, “QUEEN […]
Does it matter if you won’t be around?
Be careful how you answer – some AI is probably using this quiz to learn all about you!
How long before they get around to salmon? And will grizzly bears eat it?
Hayabusa 2 appears to be working flawlessly and will be returning an asteroid sample to Earth
Giant Space Bubbles are Sandwiching Our Galaxy, and astronomers can’t figure out what kind of bread is being used!
Call Ray Palmer!
Maybe that “gel-like” substance is what caused the Indian lander to malfunction….
Sadly, we had to give up on Venus as a swampy, prehistoric abode of life in favor of a caustic hell hole. This may be changing once again.
Runaway neutron stars?
Cold Sleep! Sleeper Ships! (Whatever you do, do NOT offer this service to “Honest John” Barlow!)
Physicist Verlinde’s theory would eliminate dark matter
FRBs. Natural phenom, navigational beacons or attempts at contact?
Pretty cool design, but when are we going to get around to making spacesuits non-monochromatic?
Why worry about this universe when you can create your own?
Take a look at the largest super nova ever seen!
So, just where are all those exo planets they’ve found so far?
Xpray mirrors could capture the universe
The solar probe is approaching its third encounter with the Sun. Source: NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is Zapping Back More Data Than Expected
The stunning Seagull Nebula is so named because its shape suggests a bird with wings spreading out across space. The nebula is massive, spanning 100 light-years across, and was recently shown off in an image that was captured by the European Southern Observatory’s VLT Survey Telescope. Source: Emission Nebula Is 100 Light-Years Wide and Shaped […]
Marvel and Scholastic have recruited popular young reader authors Nic Stone and Preeti Chhibber to write middle grade novels based on Marvel’s iconic superhero characters. Source: Marvel, Scholastic Team to Produce Middle Grade Superhero Novels
Polymath, Inventor, Engineer, Charles Babbage was one of the greatest minds of the 17th century. He created functioning plans of the first mechanical computer, made strides in cryptography, and even invented a device for optometrists. Source: Charles Babbage’s Inventions Revolutionized Computing and the World
Scientists have developed a new prosthetic arm that can mimic the way a human hand feels objects. Source: New Star Wars Prosthetic Arm Can Sense, Touch, Move With Your Thoughts
Some lucky readers got a surprise treat– the new Margaret Atwood novel, ‘The Testaments’, which they received in the mail ahead of its September 10 street date. And indie booksellers are pissed! Source: Some Amazon Users Received Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Testaments’ A Week Early And Indie Sellers Are Pissed – ScienceFiction.com
Beginning our increased coverage of new releases throughout the SF/F/H world
More new releases for September 2019
A team of researchers from Zhejiang University School of Medicine has developed a gel that makes enamel repair itself. Source: Say goodbye to temporary fillings: scientists successfully use a gel to regrow tooth enamel
Solar Foods is using renewable energy and the carbon dioxide polluting our air to create an environmentally friendly alternative protein. Source: A Finnish Startup Is Making Food out of Carbon Dioxide
A Handmaid’s Tale sequel and an anticipated debut: Here’s your fall reading, chosen by Goodreads. Source: The 12 most anticipated books of the fall, according to Goodreads – Vox