New Statesman, best known as a quality left-of-centre politics weekly in the UK, occasionally dips its toe into popular culture.
I’m not altogether sure about Legends of Tomorrow. Compared to stablemate The Flash it looks like it’s trying a bit too hard. But dang, this is a sweet poster…
In this shot, Superman appears to be flying backwards, and holding his cape in his hands like he’d just done ‘that’ trick with a tablecloth.
The Guardian reports on a venture involving Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson to finance a new generation of dirigibles that are being planned by a British startup.
If your desire to become a post-human super-person outstrips your sheer good sense, get yourself down to Tehachapi, California, stat. A 'biohacking' collective called Science for the Masses have developed a new technique for enhancing humans' usually pretty feeble night vision using a chlorophyll analogue called…
Wired is today reporting an extraordinary new initiative by NASA to capture a good-sized space rock and put it in orbit around the Moon.
The Huffington Post reports on growing evidence that Tataouine – the region of Tunisia that inspired George Lucas's vision of the Skywalker home-world – is being targeted by jihadist forces.
The Guardian reports today on new evidence suggesting that a previously-discovered impact zone in the Australian Outback is far larger than originally thought – making it the biggest impact zone yet known.
Imagine the future undersea explorers coming across these and trying to make sense of them…