Here at Paleofuture, we love time capsules. But sometimes those thousands of capsules that people have created over the years get lost or stolen. Such is the case with a time capsule in Chicago that was buried by the comedian-magicians (comicians?) Penn and Teller.
We all know that Superman's powers include super-hypnosis... but it turns out he's highly susceptible to hypnosis himself. All you have to do is dangle a watch in the big guy's face and he becomes yours to command. At least, judging from this Lois and Clark episode.
We may get to find out who would win in the titanic battle between Adam and Jamie and the legendary Vegas magicians. The two pairs of geek icons are launching a serious rivalry now that they're back-to-back on Wednesday evenings, judging from this exclusive new promo that Discovery sent us. So who's got your bet?
It's the summer season, and Sunday has become the new scifi destination this week. Witness the debut of a jumpsuit-less Phantom, more sanguinary weirdness from True Blood, the debut of The Gates, and new Ashes to Ashes and Doctor Who.
This week, we bid a fond farewell to Stargate Universe and Breaking Bad and welcome back the vamping wampyrs of True Blood. Also, new Doctor Who and Ashes to Ashes, and the debuts of Neighbors from Hell and Persons Unknown.
Noted Vegas performers, pop skeptics and magician-angerers Penn and Teller have turned their sights to the App Store, demoing their first attempt iPhonery at the TechCrunch50 today. Surprise! It's a cool, iPhone-catered magic trick—but probably unapprovable.