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Episode 89: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Barry Malzberg! | Notes from Coode Street

Episode 89: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Barry Malzberg! | Notes from Coode Street | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
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For Space Mess, Scientists Seek Celestial Broom

For Space Mess, Scientists Seek Celestial Broom | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
A group has warned that extraterrestrial clutter has reached a point where, if nothing was done, a cascade of collisions would eventually make low-Earth orbit unusable.
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What do you get when you cross an accelerator with a nuclear reactor?

What do you get when you cross an accelerator with a nuclear reactor? | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Corrinne Burns: A new type of reactor offers the prospect of an abundant source of nuclear energy with no danger of meltdown...
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The Computer Program That Draws Realistic Exoplanets | New Planets | DISCOVER Magazine

The Computer Program That Draws Realistic Exoplanets | New Planets | DISCOVER Magazine | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Accurate, pretty, and faster than any artist. Visit Discover Magazine to read this article and other exclusive science and technology news stories.
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Looking at the Earth Through Extraterrestrial Eyes | Jill Tarter | Big Think

From our leakage radiation, an alien would be able to tell quite a bit about the planet, including the length of our day, the size of the planet, and even the fact that we don’t have any global governance.
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What a Scientist Looks Like: Scientific American

What a Scientist Looks Like: Scientific American | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Learn how today's scientists are working to update people's perceptions of science, how it's done and who scientists are...
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Movie News: ALTERED CARBON Getting Big-Screen Adaptation... - Sci-Fi Movie Reviews, Movie News, Comics, Books and Gaming

Movie News: ALTERED CARBON Getting Big-Screen Adaptation... - Sci-Fi Movie Reviews, Movie News, Comics, Books and Gaming | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Richard K. Morgan’s hard-hitting, high concept 2002 sci-fi/noir novel ALTERED CARBON is being prepped for the big-screen treatment courtesy of the recently formed Mythology Entertainment.
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'Darkover' novels pitched as TV series - Entertainment News, EXCLUSIVE, Media - Variety

'Darkover' novels pitched as TV series - Entertainment News, EXCLUSIVE, Media - Variety | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
The famed sci-fi "Darkover" novels may soon morph into a television series.. EXCLUSIVE from the entertainment source: Variety. 'Darkover' novels pitched as TV series.
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Seven equations that rule your world - physics-math - 13 February 2012 - New Scientist

Seven equations that rule your world - physics-math - 13 February 2012 - New Scientist | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
A truly revolutionary equation can change human existence more than all the great leaders of history.
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Reviewing Pinterest, the Newest Social Media Site

Reviewing Pinterest, the Newest Social Media Site | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Time to make time for another social network. Pinterest is a free Web pinboard for any photos that you want to share.
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The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies 2012 | Fast Company

The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies 2012 | Fast Company | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it

Welcome to our annual guide to the businesses that matter most, the ones whose innovations are having an impact across their industries and our culture. Click a company name to view the entry, or determine your own ranking of the top four companies using a series of quizzes, games, and brainteasers.

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Coming Soon to NYC: Futuristic Trash Vacuums?

Coming Soon to NYC: Futuristic Trash Vacuums? | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
America’s garbage-collection system is polluting, outdated, and becoming more expensive. Can underground trash tubes solve the problem?
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Intelligent, Condescending Life Discovered In Distant Galaxy

Intelligent, Condescending Life Discovered In Distant Galaxy | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
HOUSTON—Marking a momentous leap forward in humankind's understanding of the universe, NASA scientists announced today they had received a radio transmission confirming the existence of intelligent, extremely condescending life in a galaxy nearly...
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Why Don't Americans Elect Scientists?

Why Don't Americans Elect Scientists? | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Scientists lead many powerful countries, including China and Germany, but they have never gotten a political foothold in the United States.
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Must-Complete Projects for Every Hardcore Tech Geek

Must-Complete Projects for Every Hardcore Tech Geek | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
...Don’t underestimate that tech geek in the Weezer T-shirt and skinny jeans
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Calling All ’Scapers! An Introduction to the Farscape Rewatch | Tor.com

Calling All ’Scapers! An Introduction to the Farscape Rewatch | Tor.com | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Calling All 'Scapers!An Introduction to the Farscape Rewatch...
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Novelty-Seeking (Neophilia) Can Be a Predictor of Well-Being

Novelty-Seeking (Neophilia) Can Be a Predictor of Well-Being | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Novelty-seeking, a personality trait long associated with trouble, turns out to be one of the crucial predictors of emotional and physical well-being.
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Why Space: 2099 Won't Be a "Dark and Gritty" Reboot of Space: 1999

Why Space: 2099 Won't Be a "Dark and Gritty" Reboot of Space: 1999 | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
Space: 1999 occupies a special place in many of our memories — so when we heard that a reboot called Space: 2099 was in development, many people had mixed feelings.
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Robert Harris’ sci-fi thriller, ripped from the business headlines

Robert Harris’ sci-fi thriller, ripped from the business headlines | Science Fiction Future | Scoop.it
A hedge fund's efforts to generate huge profits backfires in Robert Harris' "The Fear Index." Wait, this is fiction...
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