Posts tagged with ‘Star Trek’

  • The MegaCorps of Spaceflight

    By StevePestana on September 2, 2014
    Like the monolithic and infallible Weyland-Yutani of the Alien and Predator film/media franchise, modern day spaceflight is reserved for the political superpowers of Earth and the associated mega-corporations that dominate the technologies and capabilities of spaceflight. Low-cost, democratized spaceflight accessible to all citizens of Earth has long been a dream of space pioneers since even before the days of Wernher […]
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  • Star Trek Into Darkness Outperforms 2009 Predecessor

    By scifiMethods on June 18, 2013
    If we needed any further confirmation that there was going to be a 3rd J.J. Abrams-produced Star Trek film, it has arrived with the news that his second Star Trek film, Star Trek Into Darkness, has turned over $410million worldwide since it’s release in early May. This warps past (sorry, I had to) it’s 2009 predecessor Star Trek, which to […]
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