Max More, CEO of the cryonics company Alcor, has produced a video in response to physicist Michio Kaku's surprisingly weak critique of cryonics.
Get your geek on folks, this new music video by Symphony of Science tackles a fairly challenging subject: Einstein's theory of mass-energy equivalence, or what's more commonly known as E=MC2. The video, called "Secret of the Stars," features such notables as Michio Kaku, Brian Cox, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Brian Greene…
In the classic anime film, Ghost in the Shell, human civilization comes face-to-face with a government-bred intelligence called The Puppet Master that achieves sentience and escapes to the Internet. While it certainly makes for great science ficiton, the idea of a self-aware agent in cyberspace has also been bantered…
The latest Symphony of Science music video is out, and it's beautiful! Sing along with Brian Cox, Stephen Hawking and Richard Feynman to the new auto-tuned jam, "The Quantum World."
In this week's television, Fringe hits a turning point, SGU reaches a climax and The Walking Dead's season ends. But the most exciting thing might be Psych's Twin Peaks tribute, featuring original castmembers. Also, Kevin Sorbo learns a terrible lesson.
Futurama's having its holiday spectacular and Venture Bros. has a one-hour season finale — and we've got clips! Plus meet Summer Glau's "little friend" on Chuck. Ben Edlund writes Supernatural, Fringe's Walternate makes his move and Walking Dead heats up!
Things television has in store for you this week: A double dose of Bruce Campbell! More Fringe and The Walking Dead! King Arthur in high school! A Jedi team-up on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Plus some amazing so-bad-they're-great movies!
Despite elections and baseball, television still rules. Fringe is back! There are robot uprisings galore! Plus guest spots: Eliza Dushku on Big Bang Theory, Timothy Dalton on Chuck, and Daniel Radcliffe and Hugh Laurie in the Simpsons Treehouse of Horror.
Television's serving up hot zombie nightmares for Halloween. The Walking Dead debuts, but so does British reality TV/zombie epic Dead Set. Watch a clip of Felicia Day as a werewolf-hunter in Red. Plus sex robots, and Glee's Rocky Horror episode!
This week, Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series) unveils a live-action show about super-teens on lockdown. Batman faces Emperor Joker, and we've got two clips. Seven of Nine moves into a haunted house. Plus Adam Baldwin wears a stormtrooper helmet!
This week's Fringe may be the funniest yet, judging from a preview clip. There's a new Avengers cartoon, plus a new live-action Scooby Doo movie. Plus we examine the ratings for The Event, Supernatural, Caprica, Chuck and No Ordinary Family.
This week is chock full of excitement, including the return of Caprica, Ben 10, Ugly Americans and MythBusters! Supergirl comes to Smallville, and Walternate reveals his plans on Fringe. Plus new Chuck, SGU, Fringe, The Event and No Ordinary Family.
Michael Chiklis is back in another dysfunctional superhero clan, but it's No Ordinary Family. Stargate Universe returns with startling revelations. There's also Fringe, Supernatural, Chuck, Smallville, The Event, Venture Bros... and the weirdest Lord Of The Rings porn spoof ever.
This week sees the premiere of The Event and J.J. Abrams' Undercovers, plus the unholy rise of Sharktopus! There's also the returns of Chuck, Fringe, Supernatural and Smallville, and the shocking season finale of Warehouse 13. Television loves us again!
Television is trying harder this week — including the return of Genndy Tartakovsky with Sym-Bionic Titan and more Star Wars: Clone Wars. Plus an extra-awesome Warehouse 13, Tourettes Syndrome, original V, fire-dragons, Venture Bros., Nazi Super-Bombs, Jared Diamond... and Wall-E!
Sunday sees the season finale of True Blood and the return of the Venture Bros. There's a new Mad Magazine cartoon show. Sexy spy show Nikita launches, and Cloverfield and Jumper have their network TV premieres. Your televisual future awaits!
Futurama celebrates its 100th episode by changing everything, and we've got the first clip. Other essential television this week: Michio Kaku's Sci-Fi Science, Nestor Carbonell returns, Warehouse 13, an extra-dark The Gates... and the Jesus Lizard! Tons of clips below.
Will we ever get real-life teleportation devices? How invisible will an invisibility cloak make you? What are the rules for plausible time travel? A new television series will look at technologies found in science fiction and what could become fact.
What does an expert brain think about Lost, and can Michio Kaku explain those equations that Mrs. Hawking was caught scribbling in the basement of that church? Popular Mechanics grabbed a hold of Kaku's brain and shook it around until he promised us some answers.