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by Joe McCormick | Aug 28, 2015
It's time to look at a science fiction technology: teleporters. Could teleportation ever work? Will it allow for faster-than-light travel?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 19, 2014
In some science fiction universes, a quick scan from your EVA suit is all you need to determine if the planet you're visiting is safe. Can we do that in real life?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 17, 2014
In Star Trek, humans no longer use money. Is this really in our future?
by Joe McCormick | Sep 12, 2014
In Star Trek, the tricorder is an all-purpose sensor array that can diagnose a person in moments. Is a real tricorder part of our near future?
by Joe McCormick | Apr 4, 2014
You've seen replicators feed the crew of Star Trek, but will real humans ever be able to press a button and zap an entire meal into existence? If so, are we anywhere close to that today?
by Joe McCormick | Nov 29, 2013
Is there a safe way to stun? In Star Trek, setting phasers to stun was a way to incapacitate a threat safely. Where are we on stun technology today?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 28, 2013
What was the first documented use of the term 'tractor beam?' What can tractor beams do in science fiction? How many geeky references can the team make in this one show?
by Jonathan Strickland | May 17, 2013
Sci-fi movies usually assume artificial gravity in space. Find out out more about artificial gravity in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
by Joe McCormick | May 16, 2013
NASA hosts a Google+ Hangout with real astronauts and the Star Trek crew. Read to learn more about how you can watch the Google+ Hangout.
by Joe McCormick | May 10, 2013
What are the logical problems around faster-than-light communication? What is quantum entanglement? What are tachyons? Tune in to learn more.
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