Faced with losing one if its biggest most innovative subsidaries, Mickey mouse chose to grab it for good purchasing the CGI playpen for 7.4 Billion clams. Now, as slashdot writes, will that make Disney better or Pixar worse? If you know us, I think the answer is obvious.
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Here is an interesting discovery as posted on Slashdot:
"Nature is reporting that Dark energy, the hypothetical energy driving the universe’ expansion, may not be as constant as previously thought. According to new research the strength of dark energy may be very different now than it was when the universe was young."
So i guess it will be kind of harder to predict where we are going to erect that restraunt at the end of the universe…
- The Article
- Slashdot Website
- News for Geeks
According to Outpost Gallifrey.com, the US is finally going to get the new Dr Who on their Sci-Fi channel practically a full year after it was originally broadcast on BBC in the UK and CBC here in Canada. It’ about time they caught up. Although I am sure a lot of them have seen it already anyway and will be too busy downloading the new series, since that starts up practically at the same time.
- Sci-Fi Channel
- that American thing
- Outpost Gallifrey
- A Doctor Who Website of coolness
Popsheep.com posted a funny little ditty by a band called the Hobbits, entitled "Middle Earth." So head on over and scroll down to Jan. 2, 2006′ posting and get down with your bad self.
This was posted a couple of days ago over at Animenewsnetwork:
Tokyopop Licenses Seikai Novels (2006-01-09 15:35:17)
Tokyopop has confirmed to ANN that they have licensed the Seikai novels on which Crest of the Stars and Banner of the Stars are based.
Looking forward to this, and if you haven't check out the three anime series Crest of the Stars, Banner of the Stars, and Banner of the Stars II, which are available over here in North America on DVD. They are three of the best space epics around.
- ANN Online
- Animenewsnetwork Discussion
- The discussion thread on ANN for this item
- Tokyopop's online presence
For those of you with means of getting a hold of BBC shows (bittorrent ahem ahem), check out the strange, great, and funny show Hyperdrive that is brand new from BBC 2. it is about a crew of Brits in space protecting the interests of the UK in space, but also themselves….
- BBC Forum
- Discussion Forum for the show over on BBC 2
- BBC2's site for the show
Since nobody else posted these, i'm quickly doing it.