Monthly Archives: June 2014

Article Discussing Scientist Comments on Use of Terminology

10 Scientific Ideas That Scientists Wish You Would Stop Misusing An article came out on i09 featuring quotes from scientists, explaining often misunderstood concepts. Some of these explanations are a little technical–which makes sense, since technical terminology is very familiar … Continue reading

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The Immortal Rules: Humanity versus Survival

Genre: Post-apoc/urban fantasy Synopsis: Allie is an Unregistered–this means she isn’t on the list to give blood regularly to the vampires ruling her city, but it also means she isn’t approved for the rights of the Registered. Like having jobs. … Continue reading

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Geek and Sundry’s new ‘Spooked’, and Dystopia

A new web series by Geek and Sundry, this supernatural comedy follows a paranormal investigations team as they investigate hauntings in possibly the most unprofessional manner ever. I liked the pilot, posted above. The guest stars were fantastic, and they’re … Continue reading

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Weird Science in Black Bullet, and Parasitic Wasps

Black Bullet, an anime which I will absolutely not continue watching, is worth mentioning to muse a bit about the biology of its premise. Premise: 10 years ago, a parasitic virus nearly wipes out humanity, before people discover a metal called … Continue reading

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In Your Eyes and Broken Age, Act I: Personal Journeys

In Your Eyes The Joss Whedon penned supernatural romance. I’m not big on romantic comedies–they just aren’t generally told in a way that appeals to me at all. So naturally, the parts of the movie that I most disliked were … Continue reading

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Best Friendship in Media Outside of Books

My follow up post to my Top Ten Tuesday list. Firefly (TV, sci-fi): The crew of the spaceship, Serenity, exist on the outskirts of the Alliance, getting by one job at a time. Of course, Firefly. The nine protagonists are … Continue reading

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