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Star Trek

  1. He Lived Long, He Prospered: Leonard Nimoy Passes Away at 83

    A great loss to us all.

    Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy passed away this evening in L.A.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Samuel L. Jackson on What Marvel Gets That DC Doesn’t

    Hey, we didn't make it about Marvel vs. DC this time.

    Short answer: Samuel L. Jackson. Marvel gets that people love Samuel L. Jackson.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Shoes Inspired By NASA

    Yes, that's a moonwalk. Everything I do in these babies is a moonwalk.

    Good showing so far, 2015: we've got Marty McFly's self-lacing shoes and two pairs of Adidas shoes inspired by iconic NASA space suits. Too bad these fly kicks will run you up to $455.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Rainbow Batman 75th Anniversary Pop! Figures!

    The Funko we deserve.

    "I must, Robin—I must wear a different-colored Batman costume each night!" -Batman [Really this time.] For Batman's 75th anniversary, you can collect six different-colored Pop! vinyl Batman figures. Hmmm... the yellow one reminds me of something...

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  5. Things We Saw Today: How Bill Nye Works

    He molded so many of our impressionable young minds. But what does the daily life of Bill Nye look like? Lifehacker's great "This Is How I Work" series has gifted us with an awesome look behind the scenes of an iconic man.

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  6. Simon Pegg to Co-Write Next Star Trek Movie With Doug Jung

    "Replicator, please make me a bunch of Cornetto cones."

    Expect Scotty to save the day even more than he usually does, possibly with the help of a new ensign who looks suspiciously like Nick Frost.

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  7. Shields Up: Now You Can Make Yourself a Cloaking Device For Only $150

    "Think of all the shoulderpads we can buy with the savings!"

    Sure, it's probably not going to be as good for protection as a Romulan Warbird or a Deathly Hallow, but if you follow the exact process that students and professors from the University of Rochester used, you'll have yourself one of the first devices capable of "three-dimensional, continuously multidirectional cloaking." Sweet.

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  8. Lacking Time Machine, Scientists Study Heart Disease in the 24th Century Through Star Trek

    Welcome, to the World of Tomorrow!

    Can we study all future science through fiction about the future? Because I hear that we mastered eugenics in the '90s, maybe we could use that genetics knowledge to eradicate some cancers, etc.

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  9. Chewbacca and Star Trek: The Next Generation Crew Members Replace Famous Works of Art

    Christine Parisi is an incredible visual artist who has a number of muses you're probably already familiar with—such as Chewbacca, Jean-Luc Picard, and Commander Data, for a start. You can find more of her work on her Facebook page, but here are a few of her most recent paintings, many of which are still on sale if you're dying to have your very own Vincent Van Wookiee.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: How A Spider-Woman Cover Should Look

    This is what it looks like when you get a super-rad lady to draw your Spider Woman covers.

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