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This is absolutely too exciting not to share. Exoplanets in a habitable range from their sun???!!!

I bet you thought I forgot about Sci & Fi Saturday, didn’t you? Rest assured, my love for science and science fiction will never be extinguished. ❤

Now you can tremble in fear at the implications of this video, compliments to IFL Science.

And in case you had any doubt of the connections between writers/writing and science, now you can read this article, where scientists track writer brains!

By the by, did you hear that BILL NYE IS COMING BACK!?!?!

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And now in science news, did you know that something just CAME OUT OF a black hole?!?!? We don’t fully understand it yet but we know it’s a pretty big deal. From Blastr powered by SyFy.

CERN found exotic new tetraquark particles, wowie zowie! Thanks, IFL Science!

Tommie Kelly’s Adventures in Woo Woo has a double shot of science for us this time around: Wired reports that the scale of the atom is baffling scientists, while Physicist Paul Halpern on Medium features a guest post from Nick Tomasello who says the observable universe is smaller than we thought, too!

Images found searching Google for “sci fi rulez”

Cheers!

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Imogen Heap is making music with…gloves? Is this the future of sound? From Dezeen.

How long have we prayed for such a miracle: a machine that folds the laundry. Now This Future.

Alex Klokus is back to warn us that scientists are reanimating dead brains. Hasn’t anyone warned them about the zombie apocalypse?!?

Gorgeous, delicious new writing from up-and-coming sci-fi star, Alice Sola Kim–from Lenny Letter and GE.

Featured image “Dana Scully: Our Lady of Skepticism by heymonster.tumblr” found searching “science fiction ladies” on Google images.

-Jobe

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Octavia Butler mentioned this awesome article, “Science Fiction isn’t just for white nerds, it’s for black nerds too.” Written by Charles Olafare about Asli Dukan.

An ear insert that translates language in real time? Talk about a babelfish! Thanks, Earthables!

Is this Hyperloop the future of travel? USA Today.

Robots that (who?) can feel pain–am I the only one scared by this? Alex Klokus keeps us in the know.

Hope you enjoyed this Sci&Fi Saturday. The featured image was found searching “science” on Google. Cheers!

-Jobe

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Ever watched the process of happiness? Here a protein walks those endorphins to you! Thanks, Bright Side!

Have you ever heard of a meteor shower that happened on purpose? I know I hadn’t, until this! Wow, Japan! Now This keeps us in the loop.

Ever felt like the technology today is already so future-esque? Here is an unsinkable house boat from Tech Insider, and here is a bus that rides over traffic from Bored Panda!

Hope you enjoyed this Sci&Fi Saturday. The featured image was found searching “sci fi” on Google. Cheers!

-Jobe

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Scientists have made a model of an event horizon that may pave the way for a Nobel Prize for Stephen Hawkins. Thanks to Alex Klokus, Humans of the Future and Neil deGrasse Tyson for sharing the info!

i09 wants to make sure you know that science fiction is for everyone. Thanks, Charlie Jane Anders. Thanks to Chase Night for the share.

Ever wanted the perfect mix of science, human insight, lyrical poetry-esque writing? Be sure to check out Black Hole Blues by Janna Levin. Talked about on the wonderful Brain Pickings.