It's the Sub-Biosphere 2.
Articles tagged "sci-fi"
This thing was way better than Biodome. And now scientists are using it to solve climate change.
'After Earth' is Will Smith's 10th sci-fi film, and it's already getting panned. But no matter—Smith became the biggest star in Hollywood on the back of critically-maligned alien and robot movies just like it.
The new literary genre, an offshoot of science fiction, is getting some attention from book critics and publishing companies alike. Will the public care?
During the run-up to 'The Empire Strikes Back', fans could call a phone number in Illinois and hear from the Star Wars characters. So many people did that it overloaded the system.
Seriously though; it's about time, science.
What if Mick Jagger, Salvador Dali, Pink Floyd, and HR Giger all got together to adapt one of the most popular sci-fi novels of all time? This.
This film is going to be an astronaut's hell.
And it's super-charming, too.
The trailer for Ender's Game is out, and Hollywood turned it into a dumb action flick, obviously.
The luxury car/aircraft hybrid can take off vertically and fly for 500 miles on a single tank of gas.
Godspeed, Brian Chii, and may your flying cars always remain mental.
But what problem, exactly, is solved by putting women in tubes?
The Sons of Two Suns is the first science fiction film produced in the United Arab Emirates.
It turns out that the father of virtual reality just wanted a new setting for his science fictions.
From Terminator to the Day After Tomorrow, we take a look at the best and worst-informed sci-fi doomsday flicks.
It's Superman's birthday today. He's still invincible and dull, but we need him now more than ever.
Bear in mind, these are the words of a scientist, not a preacher going on about the rapture.
'Random Access Memories' is like the first iPad.
This is the pretty-damn-good film short about a world where everyone is physically and mentally handicapped to equalize society.
NASA's 1975 vision for ringed space cities still shapes sci-fi today.
And most think they still won't in the year 2030. Except, you know, robots already do all of those things.
From the cover of OMNI's second best of sci-fi issue…