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9 Weird International Space Station Facts

Learn the strange secrets of the ISS—a symbol of global unity and the power of science.

The Book That Changed How We Think About Chaos

James Gleick's "Chaos: Making a New Science" introduced readers to chaos theory and the butterfly effect, forever changing how we see the world around us.

11 NonFiction Geek Books By Women

Great reads for International Women's Day—and beyond.

How to Survive the End of the World

Step one: Don't panic. Step two? Eat bugs.

The 5 Most Bat-Ass Batman Movies Ever

These are the Batmen we deserve.

Interview: Space Historian Glen Swanson Talks the Apollo Program

"There’s a lot to be told from their perspective, and I don’t know if that ever will happen. There might be stories they’ll just be taking with them to their graves."

Geek Gifts: The Portalist's Guide

These geek gifts are sure to please the sci-fi or fantasy fans in your life.

Interview: Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire Face Their Fears in “A.D.: After Death”

Like most of us humans, Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire are pretty afraid of death.

The 6 Best Alien Movies Like Arrival

Here are six of the best alien movies out there that take a fresh, intelligent look at what might happen when aliens finally visit our corner of the galaxy.

Geek TV’s Stars and Writers Share the Books That Inspire Them

Ever wonder how Lucy Lawless prepares for her roles? Look no further than your bookshelf.

Petrus Gonsalvus: The Real-Life “Beauty and the Beast”

The story-behind-a-story begins in mid-15th-century France with "wildman" Petrus Gonsalvus and his beautiful wife Catherine.

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