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Kim Stanley Robinson Says Colonizing Mars Won't Be As Easy As He Thought

Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy filled us all with hope that we could terraform Mars in the 21st century, with its plausible description of terraforming processes. But now, in the face of what we've learned about Mars in the past 20 years, he no longer thinks it'll be that easy. » 3/13/15 10:44am 3/13/15 10:44am

Which Major Villain Will The Justice League Need Two Movies to Defeat?

Oscar Isaac talks Apocalypse's powers in the next X-Men film. David Duchovny says he's on board for the X-Files revival... with one condition. Sources claim Sinister Six is filming soon. Game of Thrones finally casts a character for a pivotal flashback scene. And Ray Palmer will visit The Flash. Spoilers now! » 1/22/15 6:00am 1/22/15 6:00am

Kim Stanley Robinson Wanted To Go Hiking On Mars, So He Wrote Red Mars

Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars trilogy is one of the most important books about terraforming (and interplanetary colonization) of the past 20 years. And Robinson spent 10 years working on it, learning a lot about the subject as he went. But it all started becuase he fantasized about going backpacking on Mars. » 1/08/15 4:30pm 1/08/15 4:30pm

Kim Stanley Robinson Talks About Off-World Architecture

Over on BLDG BLOG there's a fantastic interview with scifi writer/environmental futurist Kim Stanley Robinson, author of the Red Mars trilogy, The Years of Rice and Salt, and the Three Californias trilogy. He geeks out about Antarctica (where he's lived), the decay of Earth's environment, and what civilization might… » 12/20/07 6:45am 12/20/07 6:45am