Why terraforming Mars is only real in video games

We keep thinking of terraforming as some sort of panacea that would theoretically give humans a backup planet after giving Earth a beating, but we haven’t even figured out how to reverse global warming yet. Could this virtual reality actually become reality? Mass Effect: Andromeda blasts you off on missions to uninhabitable planets so you […]

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Hail Mary to save the DCEU? Give Batman Beyond a shot

With Ben Affleck’s long-term role in the DCEU apparently in question, why not consider a parallel franchise with a different Batman altogether? hasn’t been shy about digging into the deeper corners of the DC canon to find a potential hit. After developing — then shelving — a Batman Beyond script that almost went into production […]

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Wanna sleep inside a Star Wars spaceship at a Disney World Resort?

Disney Imagineers are seriously considering a spectacular new Star Wars Spaceship resort hotel to add to their stable of must-visit attractions on Earth. Questionaires and concept art are currently being distributed to Disney World visitors so you know the wheels are already churning for this $1,000-per-night dream sleepover. Disney and Swagbucks have partnered to begin […]

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Emily Calandrelli talks Bill Nye and STEM education

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It was a great way to understand how to communicate science to a policymaker or a layperson.” She graduated in 2013 with a Masters in Aeronautics and Astronautics and a Masters in Technology and Policy. She thought this sounded like a good post-school opportunity, never dreaming it’d turn into her […]

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Rumor of the Day: General Zod reportedly cast on Supergirl

According to a recent report over at Bleeding Cool, Mark Gibbon has been cast in the role of DC supervillain General Zod and that he is already filming. Prepare to kneel before Zod! Gibbon is a genre vet that has appeared in several TV series and movies, including The Chronicles of Riddick, Underworld Awakening, Man […]

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This exoplanet wins most likely to host life (so far)

Ever. LHS 1140b orbits in the habitable zone of its star, something that may initially flip the “aliens” switch in the minds of both Ph.D.’s and armchair astronomers, though this is just one reason this planet could be, or at least could have been, a potential hotbed for life. The TRAPPIST-1 system also orbits an […]

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Luke Cage’s Mike Colter joins alien invasion movie Extinction

According to Variety, Mike Colter has joined fellow MCU alum Michael Pena (who brought in the laughs in Ant-Man) and Cloverfield’s Lizzie Caplan in the alien invasion movie from director Ben Young. The sci-fi thriller follow a man (Pena) trying to save his family from an alien invasion. Before we get to see the Marvel […]

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Watch: 8 times being a zombie wasn’t that bad

Credit: Diana Davis  Video of 8 Times Being A Zombie Wasn't So Bad Other times you get to walk underwater or play video games for eternity. Most of the time, being a zombie is a pretty hard gig. But every once in a while, being part of the undead hordes has its benefits. Most of […]

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Marvel sets all-star creative team for 10-issue Generations event

Well, Marvel hasn’t revealed everyone yet, but here’s who’s working on Generations so far: – Generations: The Best starring Wolverine and All-New Wolverine Written by Tom Taylor Art by Ramon Rosanas – Generations: The Americas starring Steve Rogers: Captain America and Sam Wilson: Captain America Written by Nick Spencer Art by Paul Renaud – Generations: The […]

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The definitive 420 science fiction viewing list

Each of the entries is not only better while stoned but actually elevates your state as you watch by either being really funny or just trippy enough to make you open up your mind to a whole other level. And while for the most part that might be true, there are some caveats. Science fiction […]

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