I know this is an odd time to make a post (forgive me, my sleeping patterns are almost always all over the place), but I just got around to reading the patch notes for later today. 563 more words
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Star Trek medicine includes a fictional drug called hyronalin, administered to offset the effects of acute radiation exposure. First airing in the 1960s, the original… 692 more words
The short recap:
Honestly, the holodecks just have no actual safety features, do they?
The long recap:
Most places I’ve worked, everyone has a list of things which need to be done, but aren’t urgent, which you save for those random periods of downtime like the gap between New Year’s Day and Wellington Anniversary Day when no one else is silly enough to be at work. 451 more words
There’s a very interesting dialectic between science and science fiction. If you take a look at, for example, Edwin Hubble, the greatest astronomer of the 20th century, he was destined to be a Missouri country lawyer. 933 more words