techcore4
techcore
techcore4
Jul 16 2014
2

When you come home and find this robot hiding from your wife, it is time to look for a different model.....

Jul 15 2014
1

Don't be pickin' on Archer now! —Wait, I realized it was STERLING ARCHER that I was thinkin' of! -Nevermind!

Jul 15 2014
2

Too bad we didn't have this at the time of Star Trek: Enterprise.....would have been good to fast forward past that moment in TV.......

Jul 15 2014
6

You need a phaser to change channels? I just use a little hand wave when this is not the channel I'm looking for.

Jul 15 2014
7

I found the article fascinating and it made me thirsty.....bartender...I'll take a Blood Lite !

Jul 15 2014
5

Fantastic article !!!! Long but I couldn't stop reading it. Nice to see something that stands out above the rest of the Giz-drivel .

Jul 15 2014
29

I have a degree in automotive engineering and based on the specs and drawings made available to the public, I give them a 63% chance of success. Its a more efficient design than the Wankel, but only moderately so. I spot at least six potential ways for this project to crash and burn, but as stated they are already Read more

Jul 15 2014
12

Wouldn't this make for massive vibrations, since all the firing cylinders are at one side at any given moment? The forces wouldn't partially cancel each other out, as in a boxer or a V engine. Not sure how important that effect is, though.

Jul 14 2014
4

The descriptions remind me of Larry Niven's descriptions of what a human sees while flying in Hyperspace in his "Ringworld" novel; the Blind Spot. That always captured my attention. And, why is it not fuligin? Any other Gene Wolfe fans here?

Jul 12 2014
60

The bad guy in Runaway had bullets that chased Tom Selleck around corners.

Jul 11 2014
6

Ooooohhhh wow....you used a grown up word.......and you almost put together a sentence that made sense.....