Quite correctly, John Oliver was devastated by the loss of Russia's space sex geckos. So he and A Great Big World performed "Say Something" as a tribute. Complete with a sex gecko mascot.
In a new study that's sure to make everyone's world just a little darker, scientists have discovered that sex in space could lead to severe health problems and life-threatening illnesses—brain disease and cancer included.
Louis Leterrier is apparently in some sort of competition with Roland Emmerich to see who can make the worst disaster film ever, and Leterrier stands to win if he films this epic where Earth loses its gravity. Your move, Emmerich.
In a move that's been obvious since the film Barbarella hit the planet, a scientist's research is pointing to the need for sex in space. But it's for a scientific and sensible reason: avoiding frustration on long-term space missions, when crew-members are crammed into a spacecraft, and living in ridiculously close…