March 28th, 2011 | brainjuice
- Hickman, Pitarra Introduce "The Red Wing" – Comic Book Resources
"Set in a future where the best fighter pilots in the world not only have to master their craft and perfect their skills, the heroes of THE RED WING also have to learn how to navigate through time. Described by Hickman as "the greatest battle in the history of the history of three worlds"…"
- The Kill Team | Rolling Stone Politics
"There, in a nearby poppy field, they began looking for someone to kill. "The general consensus was, if we are going to do something that fucking crazy, no one wanted anybody around to witness it," one of the men later told Army investigators."
- Scientists trace violent death of Iron Age man
"Scientists say that fractures and marks on the bones suggest the man, who was aged between 26 and 45, died most probably from hanging, after which he was carefully decapitated and his head was then buried on its own."
- The comeback of the comic book | Life & Style
A bit on SVK.
- Japan brings artificial intelligence to rockets
"In order to look at trimming costs when it comes to rockets, researchers in Japan are looking to create a ‘smart’ rocket. With the use of artificial intelligence, they hope to create a rocket that can diagnose, and in some cases even repair, its own system malfunctions."
(tags:space comp )
- Lionsgate UK Remaking ‘The Professionals’ – Deadline.com
"The UK arm of Lionsgate will start pre-production on its big budget remake of cult 1970s British TV series The Professionals this fall." Can't be any worse than the tv revival of some years back. Just remember, Liongate: Cowley had all the best lines.
(tags:film tv )
- Memory device holds key to green gadgets
"Conventional methods use electronic devices to convert data into signals that are stored as binary code. This latest device uses a tiny mechanical arm to translate the data into electrical signals."
(tags:tech nano comp )
- THE ANARCHISTS – KID SHIRT
- Biosensors: Hormonal attractions
"Estrogen receptor (ER) proteins play a major role in controlling the transcription of genetic information from DNA to messenger RNA in cells. Understanding how ER proteins interact with specific DNA regulatory sequences may shed new light on important physiological processes in the body, such as cell growth and differentiation, as well as the development and progression of breast cancer. Guo-Jun Zhang at the A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics and co-workers have now developed a detector that uses silicon nanowires (SiNWs) to evaluate these interactions."
(tags:sci tech med )
- Ish #11 (FLURB #11 GO-LIVE / BIG STORE BAODING)
new sf. my favourite sf mag
(tags:sf web magazine )