Doctor Who visited Star Trek, and the crossover showed up in our reality as a macroscopic acoustic tractor beam. The newly-developed acoustic tractor beam can pull objects six orders of magnitude — that's a million times! — larger than any previous experiments. »
How many times in life have you come up against a problem — a locked door, a stuck vending machine, an army of killer robotic Santas — and wished you had the Doctor's sonic screwdriver on hand? A group of researchers has built their own sonic screwdriver, although it remains untested against the Dalek menace. »
We don't quite have psychic paper yet, but Doctor Who's other coolest prop could be coming to reality. A British scientist with the charming name of Professor Drinkwater is attempting to create an actual sonic screwdriver. »
Click to viewIf only there was some way to evaluate the goodness or badness of science fiction, according to an objective scale. It would put an end to all fannish arguments, not to mention that whole "varying tastes" thing. Luckily, we've got the very thing, just in time for the weekend. And to increase its value to… »
A spaceship or a gigantic death ray is cool, but wouldn't you rather have an awesome scifi gadget you could slip into your pocket or clip to your belt for easy access? When you're on the interstellar warpath, you want the very best, so we've put together a list of some science fiction mobile devices that will make… »
Must-see TV shows are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: Doctor Who
Vitals: A man of a half-dozen (or so) faces travels through time and space in a police phone… »