Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die...

Jedi Mind Trick's picture

I've really marveled at the wonders of technology lately. The last article was about turning our special operatives into Warmachine and the one before that was about the feasibility of a civilian funded mission to Mars. This one? It is entirely possible that our generation or the one that immediately follows, could actually see, in common use, technologies, that when used together, can utterly forestall death.

So…do you want to live forever?

If so, read on…


Time Story Story Time: Kung Fu Panda, A Stitch In Time

Mama Fisi's picture

No one can accuse the animated Nickelodeon series Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness of being at all scientific.  Aside from being one of the best TV shows on the air these days--animated or otherwise--it really doesn't belong on a science fiction-oriented site.  Except that it recently dealt with time travel, and in a way that's so unique that I decided to profile it in my series on time travel stories.


R2's Day: Real Science Timewaster!

I have been working pretty hard behind the scenes here to add some long overdue functionality to the site (and it will also change the way the site looks... hopefully for the better.   

In the meantime, here is a phenominal time waster.  It's a side scrolling scale map of the solar system where the Moon is one pixel.  It's seriously cool,  but it will require at least fifteen minutes of your precious, precious time....



EPISODE REVIEW: Cosmos – A Spacetime Odyssey: “Standing up in the Milky Way” (Episode 1)

Kevin Long's picture

Thanks to Ganesha, I became aware that a sequel to Carl Sagan’s seminal “Cosmos” was going to premier last night (Sunday), on Fox of all places. My first impression was, “What, has Seth McFarlane run out of off-color gags?” But, no, that'll never happen. Seth is actually one of the producers of this, oddly enough. Also, Brannon Braga, “The Man Who Killed Star Trek,” is a producer. Disconcerting. On the other hand, it starred Neil DeGrasse-Tyson as our host/narrator, so, you know, not entirely without promise.



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