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Greetings io9 visitors, and if you’re not coming from io9, why aren’t you? I have an “Ask a Physicist” column today: Is there an evil, goateed version of you somewhere in the multiverse? If you’re a first time visitor, please … Continue reading
Like Dave, I must admit that the reboot of the Star Trek franchise was a real breath of fresh air. The characters were craftily re-developed and engaging. There were, of course, some things that put me a little… off. But … Continue reading