Richard Gray writes in the Telegraph: The new type of armour will use pulses of electrical energy to repel rockets, shrapnel and other ammunition that might damage a vehicle. Researchers at the…
This is how I deal with commerce questions …
“Writers are exorcists of their own demons.” —Mario Vargas Llosa
The documentary Dreams With Sharp Teeth, really answers the above question on the nature of this brilliant, cantankerous science fiction master. Below is a clip from this documentary, but if you’re looking for a direct answer to the above question, here’s the answer.
Peter Lauria writing in the New York Post: Poor Paramount. Online pirates pinched more than 20 million copies of “Star Trek” and the sequel to “Transformers,” giving those two Paramount Pictures releases…
Yes, Mr. Worf. That does sound bonkers. Hart Van Denburg writes in Minneapolis / St. Paul City Pages:
Is this taking the whole Star Trek thing a teensie weensie bit too far? d’Armond Speers spoke only Klingon to his child for the first three years of its life.
Klingon? Not Spanish, French, Mandarin? Not some gutteral genuflecting concoction from the deepest recesses of Borneo? Klingon? You heard it right. (And if you don’t know about the Klingon Empire, look it up.)
“I was interested in the question of whether my son, going through his first language acquisition process, would acquire it like any human language,” Speers told the Minnesota Daily. “He was definitely starting to learn it.”
And get this, Speers says he isn’t really a huge Star Trek fan.