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The Greatest Stories of the 1960s

March 30, 2015 peterseanesq 0

This is a fun post by the conservative Pajama Media site because it includes videos of Isaac Asimov explaining what changed in science fiction in the 1960s and Harlan Ellison arguing that AE Van Vogt […]

Science Blast!

Somehow, I was expecting more….

March 8, 2015 peterseanesq 0

  …something out of Star Trek, maybe. When Lockheed Fired Its Death Laser at a Pickup Truck, This Happened Every time a laser blows up a pickup, a science fiction country song gets its twang […]

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Time travel…

March 2, 2015 peterseanesq 0

…without the hard beds, bad foods and chance of being impaled by primitives. Listen to what Indo-European sounded like.

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Science P*rn!

February 24, 2015 peterseanesq 0

Shades of Fritz Leiber’s “The Wanderer”: A team of astronomers, led by Eric Mamajek of the University of Rochester have determined that a recently discovered dim star passed through our solar system’s distant cloud of […]

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Message in a found in a bottle…

February 20, 2015 peterseanesq 0

…from the “real world.” Pajama Media provides a list of the “10 underrated science fiction movies.” Looking at this collection of ’50s and ’60s schlock, it would probably be hard not to underrate them. Still […]

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More Space P*rn…

February 9, 2015 peterseanesq 0

…because it is not Science Fiction without science, and it is not science without the “gosh-wow!” Largest star discovered – All hail, UY Scuti. The universe is such a big place that it is easy to […]