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A New Way to Find Alien Civilizations: Look for Their Satellites
An astrophysicist was able to define a new signature of an extraterrestrial civilization by studying telecommunication satellites around Earth.
How '2001: A Space Odyssey' Anticipated the Rise of the Ancient Aliens Meme
1968 was a landmark year for chalking up all the cool stuff ancient peoples did to extraterrestrial encounters.
Read a Mindbending Excerpt from Ann Leckie’s New Novel ‘Provenance’
A transaction with a mysterious entity leads to trouble in the award-winning sci-fi author's upcoming novel.
We Could Have Good Satellite Internet If We Wanted
Satellite internet was once seen as a holy grail of connect-anywhere online access. But for various reasons, it hasn’t worked out that way—yet.
This Neuroscientist Is Trying to Upload His Entire Brain to a Computer
Randal Koene wants to move humanity from Earth to the Cloud, making us part robot and completely immortal.
"One Day, a Computer Will Fit on a Desk"
In 1974, Arthur C. Clarke predicted the democratization of computing—and information.
Original Creators: Arthur C. Clarke, The Mastermind Behind E.T. And 2001: A Space Odyssey
<p>We take a look at some iconic artists from numerous disciplines who have left an enduring and indelible mark on today’s creators.</p>