Our lives inch closer and closer to our sci-fi dreams every day, from driverless cars on the streets to the iPhones in our pockets (as near to a Hitchhiker’s Guide
Between the Pluto flyby of New Horizons and the funding of lightsails by Yuri Milner, the last few years have been full of information and wonder in deep space astronomy.
Anyone who saw Christopher Nolan’s movie “Interstellar” has to be excited for the future of space travel. Though anyone living today is probably unlikely to ever make it out of
We love movies (I have a feeling you do too if you are reading this). If you are like us then you like to have stuff to look forward to,
Science-fiction novels don’t always correctly predict the future – but it is pretty jarring when they do. Really, science-fiction stories typically reflect the idiosyncrasies of their own time more than
Meteors… You know… Those things that killed the dinosaurs and threatened our planet and very existence in many hollywood films (Such as the 1979 film titled simply “Meteor”). They don’t
Science is AMAZING (as you know lol), but what is also amazing is the technology that we enjoy as a result of the pursuit of knowledge and understanding of our