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Modern Hieroglyphics

Modern Hieroglyphics

I find myself becoming ever more and more fascinated with aspects of our culture that are falling by the wayside. Being phased out by our ever changing technological surroundings. I read articles all the time about bits and bobs, gadgets and gizmos; things that just hold no relevance in our society any more. The rotary phone and the dial-up internet connection ...

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Strindberg and Heeeeeelium!

Strindberg and Heeeeeelium!

I’ve often said that what everybody really needs is a truly insightful look into the obscurely depressing philosophical trends of the late 19th century.  Boring, you say?  A brand of geekery that even we eschew – we, the masses who admit to owning 20-sided die and can discuss how Will Riker was unable to sit properly in a chair (seriously – his technique ...

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Continuum Is SciFi’s New SciTech Predictor

Continuum Is SciFi's New SciTech Predictor

It seems redundant nowadays to lay out every single instance of accurately predicted technology that has come from Star Trek.  Everywhere you look technology from Star Trek has or is becoming a reality.  But now that Star Trek is firmly in the realm of Reboot we can safely assume that its potential for imaginative SciTech predictions has come to an ...

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Do Zombies Poop?

Do Zombies Poop?

While the Walking Dead fandom is still reeling from last night's heart-wrenching, exceptional season 4 finale, one question sticks around in my head more than any other.  Do Zombies poop? It's pretty obvious that zombies do only one thing well, eat! They're not the most agile critters, and they're certainly not winning any awards for their problem solving, but when they ...

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How Abundant is your Favorite Element?

How Abundant is your Favorite Element?

Found an interesting chart for you! Well really, I found a chart you are very used to seeing with a new and interesting twist. How many hours did you spend in your high school chemistry class with your eyes glazed over staring at the giant poster of the periodic table above the teachers desk? Yeah, I spent a few doing that too, ...

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