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TV Review: ‘Almost Human’ – ‘Blood Brothers’

"Blood Brothers" is a strong story, and I think, one of the best so far this season. There is quite a bit of teamwork in the episode, and all the players get their moments -- even the MX androids. Read More »

Interview with Deborah Rix, author of ‘External Forces’

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"I alienated some friends, ignored my family for long stretches of time, and sometimes forgot to take the kids to school. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done." Read More »

Book Review: Wasp’s Nest by Gabriel Valjan

Wasp's Nest is an interesting, entertaining read. Read More »

Interview with Gabriel Valjan, Author of Wasp’s Nest

"The novel is an endurance race, where there are miles to go, numerous paths to take," states Valjan. Read More »

Interview: Rudy A. Mazzocchi, Author of Equity of Evil

"Sometimes a novel comes along that forces us to face the brutal reality of our world," states Mazzucchi. Read More »

How Biotech and Genetics Will Power the World in the Next Century

How Biotechnology and Genetics, the most promising sciences will power the world in the next century. Read More »

Book Review: The Dyodyne Experiment by James Doulgeris and V. Michael Santoro

Intriguing, scary "What If?" provides thrills to the bitter end Read More »

Book Review: Life in the Universe: The Abundance of Extraterrestrial Civilizations by James N. Pierce

A method is provided for estimating the number of technical civilizations possibly existing within our Milky Way. Read More »

DVD Review: From Silence To Sound

A documentary on cochlear implant surgery for hearing loss that misfires as a story, but inspires through education. Read More »

DVD Review: NatureTech

Watch Science Try to Duplicate Nature's Wonders! Read More »