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Night 3 of Daily Geekette's Hanukkah Celebration

Generally, when people think of Jewish comic book characters, they immediately think of Magneto, but he’s not the only mutant who is one of the chosen people. 278 more words


X-Men : The End : Book Three : Men and X-Men Issue 6

Writer Chris Claremont

Pencils Sean Chen

Inks Sandu Florea

Colors Avalon’s Ian Hannin

Letters Dave Sharpe

Part Six of Six or 18 of 18

Cover Dated August 2006… 711 more words


Lockheed F-104G Starfighter

@Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany

December 2014

The Deutsches Museum in Munich is one of the great technology museums of the world, and I was fortunate to visit the facility during a recent vacation.   85 more words

Hasegawa 1:200 All Nippon Airways Lockheed Tri-Star JA8515

This is why I got interested in the 1:200 scale in the first place, there’s no easy or cheap way to build a TriStar in 1:144 scale but the Hasegawa kit is a winner in every way. 45 more words

Under pressure, Lockheed opens up about secret weapons unit

Under pressure, Lockheed opens up about secret weapons unit

10 Dec 2014 Lockheed Martin Corp, the Pentagon’s No. 1 weapons supplier, has rarely felt the need to blow its horn about its secrecy-shrouded crown jewel – until now. 75 more words


Tinkering is like prayer

When he was kid, my dad turned on his model airplane engine in the garage to let it run a while and unwittingly splattered oil all over the walls. 121 more words


Retrotechtacular: Supersonic Transport Initiatives

In the early days of PBS member station WGBH-Boston, they in conjunction with MIT produced a program called Science Reporter. The program’s aim was explaining modern technological advances to a wide audience through the use of interviews and demonstrations. 444 more words

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