As Alec Nevala-Lee recalls in his book Astounding, Isaac Asimov's masterpiece was and still is ... Isaac Asimov. This legendary science fiction author, who began his life in January 1919 as a Jewish boy in the Russian town of Petrovichi, emigrated to the United States at the age of three, ending his days as one of the most popular science writers and popularizers of the world. history.
Jan Matzeliger designed a machine to increase the production of shoes, therefore making it easy for ordinary citizens to purchase one.
Gina Carano, who plays mercenary and former shock trooper Cara Dune on the Disney+ live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian, has been receiving criticism over her tweets recently. Users on Twitter have called her transphobic for how she has responded to the practice of including pronouns in Twitter bios.
Euclid is an English name means “renowned and glorious”, that is certainly a reflection of his personality. He was a famous mathematician, born in Alexandria, Egypt around 365 B.C and was known as the founding father of geometry. He obtained much of his insightful knowledge from Plato’s students in Athens, Greece.
10. Bel Air Home
Thought to have cost the billionaire $17 Million dollars, this massive mansion is located in the quiet Californian suburbs of Bel Air.
… a rag-tag fugitive fleet … on a lonely quest … to a shining planet known as Earth …
Those words were a siren song to me. How many nights had I gazed up at the moon … getting lost in the stars … wishing even then that I could leave this planet and explore the galaxy, in a ship of my own, dreaming of finding a new home; a home where I might fit in.
The Nobel prize was named after Alfred Bernhard Nobel, who was a Swedish chemist as well as engineer, born in Stockholm. In 1895, he signed his last testament and donated the majority of his wealth to establish the Nobel prizes, to leave behind a better legacy. These are awarded annually in the fields of physical sciences, chemistry, literature, and medical sciences/physiology in Stockholm, Sweden. While the peace prize is awarded in Oslo, Norway.
Eric Dollard is an Electrical Engineer who is a “living legend” in the field of electrical research. He is considered by many to be the most knowledgeable expert alive today on the true nature of electricity. Author of the landmark mathematical papers Symbolic Representation of Alternating Electric Waves and Symbolic Representation of the Generalized Electric Wave, Eric shows how all electric phenomena can be mathematically measured and engineered WITHOUT using calculus or “Maxwell’s Equations.” Author of Condensed Intro to Tesla Transformers and Theory of Wireless Power, he is also the only person since Tesla’s death to successfully build a real Magnifying Transmitter.
"I feel a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices cried out..."
The time is nigh, fellow inhabitants of this wretched hive of scum and villainy, as Hayden Christensen has all but been confirmed as returning to our beloved Star Wars franchise. The star that originally joined the saga for 2002's Star Wars: Attack of the Clones as the up and coming Anakin Skywalker might be coming back in a major way for the Disney+ series about Obi-Wan Kenobi. An announcement would have been made at Star Wars Celebration 2020, but that convention has been delayed until 2022.
Hollywood is in mourning with the loss of another great, René Auberjonois.
Auberjonois, who was renowned throughout the Star Trek universe as Constable Odo, also was known as a premier character actor who had a good sense of comic timing. Nowhere was this more evident than in his portrayal of Clayton Endicott III, the governor's chief of staff in Benson, a role for which he won an Emmy in 1984.
Investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith, played by Elisabeth Sladen, was first introduced in the 1973 Doctor Who serial "The Time Warrior." No one could have predicted the immense impact that Sarah Jane would have on the Whoniverse.
Paul Darrow is a name that, for a generation of science fiction fans, will be famous for one role. On the 9th of January 1978, Darrow made his debut appearance as Kerr Avon in the second episode of the BBC science-fiction series Blake's 7, and became a legend almost instantly. His cold, ruthless nature and his dry, sardonic wit made for a killer combination that appealed to viewers, and Darrow's performance was the icing on the cake. He quite literally became Avon, and, for four years, he gunned and quipped his way through the show, becoming its leading man for the last two series after the departure of Gareth Thomas. Whenever people think of Blake's 7, they think of Kerr Avon. And whenever anyone thinks of Kerr Avon, they think, and will always think, of Paul Darrow.