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The Nobel Prize for Physics goes to

| 8. Oktober 2013

The discoveres of the Higgs boson! Peter Higgs, from the UK, and Francois Englert from Belgium, share this year’s the prize. In the 1960s they were among the group of physicists who proposed a mechanism to explain why the most basic subatomic particles of the Universe have mass. The particle responsible for the mechanism, the […]

Progress – A Gothic Steampunk Webseries

| 5. Oktober 2013

May I point your esteemed attention to this brand-new Steampunk/Gothic webseries: Progress Progress is a ten episode webseries, set in an alternative Victorian England, which has a steam-powered Internet and Jack the Ripper is posting his crimes on the same. It’s a Holmes-esque cyber-thriller and a game of riddles to decipher the identity of the […]

Gail Carriger’s Sci-Fi Audiobook Project

| 3. Oktober 2013

The esteemed lady Gail Carriger of Parasol Protectorate fame has another project in the making:   Gail Carriger, NYT bestselling author of the Parasol Protectorate, has teamed up with ArtisticWhispers Productions to produce a full-cast audiobook of her ‘lost’ SF novel Crudrat. Written just before her Parasol Protectorate books took off, Crudrat’s golden-age adventure pedigree […]