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Get Ready For Season Two Of "The Expanse"
Author, Reviewer, Blogger
There's plenty of it. Catastrophic war threatens to break out between Earth and Mars. The OPA and the Belters could all be
Early Signpost of The Trump Era: Heinlein's 'Future History' and Asimov's 'Foundation' at 75
Political Analyst, former presidential campaign advisor and sp...
Here of course we are into psychology rather than "psychohistory." Like Asimov's fake predictive science, the statistical
To the Brain and Back - "Fantastic Voyage" pulsed by Anatomy from Asimov
Joseph H. Cooper
Columnist, PsychologyToday.com and The Fiscal Times
Even those of us who are not Sci Fi fans and who are not disposed to science fantasy can marvel (still!) at the depictions of the microscopic worlds that inhabit our bodies and are beyond the imaginations of most of us.
The Future of Tech Just Changed at VRTO--Here's Why That Matters to You
CEO of Galatea, Series Editor of Best American Experimental Wr...
The "Toronto Code" was written as a "living document," which means it was designed to be discussed and amended as we learn
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Top Scientists Weigh In On Whether We All Live In A Hologram
Maybe we're just blips on some cosmic computer screen.
Trump Is the Symptom, Not the Disease
Scientist, former White House Senior Policy Analyst, Ph.D in n...
The media frenzy surrounding Donald Trump has inverted the nature of our problem. That a demagogue will come along to foment dissent is no surprise; that his despicable views find such gleeful resonance with so many of our voters is the frightening story, not Trump.
Drones, the Robot Revolution and a Star Wars Society
Two-time Emmy Award-Winning Correspondent, Attorney, On-Air Le...
Our strictly controlled airspace will soon become a society in the sky. Much like Star Wars, there is already a battle between the good and the evil, as the feds and the states try to police and regulate drones.
Good Robot, Bad Robot
AI engineer and writer
Imagine a driverless car going down a narrow country road. Suddenly, whilst taking a sharp turn, it comes against an obstacle that blocks the road, say a fallen tree. It is too late to apply the brakes and stop.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Adapted Into Reality
Movie adaptations, for book lovers at least, simultaneously bring feelings of excitement and fear. Will the movie stay true to the book? Will it project off of the screen as it did when the words entered the mind?
Knotes From Asimov: Creativity Comes When It's Not Your Job
Founder, builder, ex-philosopher
Unearthed! Isaac Asimov's private letter to a U.S. military research project back in the 1950s -- how can the military be creative and come up with the best fresh ideas to help defend America from a ballistic missile attack?
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'The 6th Extinction:' A Talk with James Rollins
Novelist, psychiatrist, physician
James Rollins is more than a thriller author. He's a veterinarian, a man of science, and writes best-selling novels evocative of Michael Crichton and Isaac Asimov, but with a uniquely imaginative flavor of their own.
Isaac Asimov's Ridiculous Limericks
Asimov has stated that this was the first limerick he ever composed. In the introduction to the book, he dissects what makes
Must We Worry About Artificial Intelligence?
The Human Beast
There are many reasons why artificial intelligence can be threatening, but I would put accidents far above malice. Some futurists worry that tiny self-replicating entities could envelop the world causing ecological collapse -- a nanotechnology apocalypse known as the "grey goo hypothesis."
The Second Machine Age and Economic Development
Gabriel Sanchez Zinny
Executive Director at INET, Argentine Ministry of Education
After more than a decade of economic stability and commodity-based growth, Latin America is sorely in need of innovative ways to boost productivity and move higher on the global value chain.
Isaac Asimov's Predictions For 2014 From 50 Years Ago Are Eerily Accurate
“[T]he world population will be 6,500,000,000." True. "Communications will become sight-sound and you will see as well as
Martin Gardner -- The Best Friend Mathematics Ever Had
Professor of Mathematics, Spelman College
What do L. Ron Hubbard, H.G. Wells, G.K. Chesterton, Lord Dunsany, Alice in Wonderland, M.C. Escher, John H. Conway, Roger Penrose and Oprah Winfrey have in common? The same thing as Isaac Asimov, Vladimir Nabokov, and Salvador Dali.
Introducing HuffPost News on iOS7
CTO @ The Huffington Post, Blogger
iOS7 generally eliminates the arbitrary and confusing elements of the iOS user experience that have no business cluttering up a touch screen device.
Should the U.S. Attack Syria?
Dr. Steve McSwain
Speaker, Author, Counselor to Congregations, Interfaith Ambass...
Does violence ever end violence? Do we ever learn anything from it, except how to be more violent? The wisdom teachers throughout history have reminded us time and time again...
Killer Robots and the Rule of Law
A View from the United Nations
Senior officials speak on global issues
Raoul Peter Mongilardi's
Next To The Gods
Is Science Fiction's Next Great Literary Series
Centered around a highly advanced humanoid alien race known as the Aurocearians, victims of a devastating blow when the titular Gods (a mercurial bunch), angry with the race's arrogant behaviors, curses them by vaporizing every female hindering any hope for breeding. So what is a cursed race to do?
'The Mobile' Is Reliably Unreliable
CTO @ The Huffington Post, Blogger
A smarter set of technologies is what we need for the mobile. During periods of high speed and high quality bandwidth, mobile apps should anticipate what we're going to read or watch and cache it for later. Don't make us have to remember to pre-download or prepare for being offline.
Bill Nye Climate Change Video Released By 'Symphony Of Science'
A recent Symphony of Science video titled "Our Biggest Challenge" uses musical creativity to shed light on the seriousness
Will the Democrats Speak for the People?
Richard (RJ) Eskow
Host of 'The Zero Hour'; Writer; Senior Advisor, Social Securi...
Will the Democrats speak for the
? Will they fill Clint Eastwood's empty chair with human beings of passion and dedication? Or will they pursue a false "centrism," cheating the country of the debate it so desperately needs?
A Conversation With Jefferson Starship's Paul Kantner, Plus Exclusives From The Roys and I Was Totally Destroying It
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
Close and Not-So-Close Encounters With Famous Authors
Author, 'Comic (and Column) Confessional'
Literature fans love "encounters" with living or dead authors. These might involve seeing novelists at book signings, listening to them give a talk, or visiting homes/museums connected with famous authors of the past.
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