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Sci-fi Saturday returns with what will be part one of a short story...
Another short sci-fi story for your weekend distraction.
A short sci-fi story to start your weekend...
Next year will focus on reviewing what to do with old project and experimenting with new ones.
If the world ever tried to come together as one government the reason wouldn't be pan-species utopianism, but cold, hard cash.
Why is R'yleh, the fictional underwater city where Cthulhu lies dead-dreaming, appear so insanely unreal, literally? One physicist thinks he knows the answer.
One of the most destructive and hardest to defend against weapons we could build would be an inert slug of exotic alloys that does its damage using nothing but speed. A lot of speed.
As vast empires on Earth once learned, claiming an immense territory doesn't mean controlling it.
Internet pedants fact checking space battles like to pick on the idea of deploying fighters in space. That seems like a big mistake.
Science bloggers are trying to wedge scientific accuracy into Tron Legacy, a movie which doesn't have any scientific content to speak of.