September 29th, 2013
Over at Amazing Stories, some thoughts parallel to mine about separating art from artist, although I’ll give my answer. Try to do it. Life is too short. Even the evil (by someone’s subjective opinion) can and do produce good things to benefit the rest of us.
Teaching Sandra Bullock about living in space (for GRAVITY). I’m thinking my wife and I will go to Denver and see Gravity in Imax, although perhaps a few days after opening night.
This article about gadgets to turn yourself into a superhero looks like a rip off of mine. Or maybe great minds think alike.
How to kill Wolverine? Plausible?
Ten books people pretend they’ve read. I’ve read 7 of the them. Wish I could have my time back on a couple of them.
Our interstellar future in the eyes of science and science fiction. Some good people (e.g., Geoffrey Landis, Allan Steele, etc.) in a long video discussion.
Dieting Disaster Looms. Wall-E Future?
Habitable exomoons? Yes, please! (Written by my talented friend, Shannon Hall, and linked to before I realized I knew the author.) And Neil deGrasse Tyson disses Venus in favor of moons in the solar system.
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