2016 is off and running and we're officially back from our holiday break. Woot! Let's keep the momentum going, shall we? Down to the Week in Geekdom!
Much to the surprise of exactly no one who has been following the exploits of George R.R. Martin, the author officially conceded what we've long since expected: that Winds of Winter will not be ready before Game of Thrones returns to the airwaves.
George Lucas has taken just about every possible position with regard to the sale of Lucasfilm to Disney and the subsequent development of Episode VII but, following the smashing success of the latter, the director is no longer attempting to conceal his angst.
On that note, Disney chairman Robert Iger has confirmed that we will be getting another cinematic dose of Indiana Jones.
The 50 best X-Wing pilots in the Star Wars universe, ranked.
We are mere weeks away from the premiere of the X-Files revival series. If those few weeks are still too damned long (not that I feel that way...or anything), then this making-of featurette may help you bide the time.
These are 12 of the most burning questions we have concerning the future of the Marvel cinematic universe. Fortunately, we'll likely get some answers to these this year.
If you're on the hunt for fun, informative and all-around excellent sciencey podcasts, look no further.
It's a promising sign for those of us excited about the status of future space-faring missions: plutonium-238 has been produced in the United States for the first time since 1988.
Speaking of space-faring, just how plausible/feasible is interstellar travel?
What if the various computer programs you use every day never needed another update again but, rather, were continuously self-correcting? MIT and Adobe are teaming up to develop exactly that.
It's a theme that pops up on this site with no small degree of frequency, but why does time seem to speed up as you age?
These 10 artists are capable of creating mind-blowing masterpieces with simple paper.
As always, best wishes for an excellent week ahead!