We've been trying to get healthier (like doing away with those 50-taco Star Trek marathon sessions for a start), which has led us to check out sci-fi for unique and futuristic ways of working out.
Back in December, we told you that the Mythbusters guys were going to try to solve one of Star Trek's eternal mysteries—could Capt. Kirk REALLY build a cannon out of bamboo, sulfur, charcoal and diamonds to defeat a Gorn?
We salute both the heroes and villains who have triumphed over adversity and turned a tragedy into their badass trademark.
Leonard Nimoy and his son on the Enterprise bridge.
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William Shatner is going to direct a documentary about himself called The Captains, which chronicles his early career leading up to his pivotal role as Captain Kirk.
In a 1973 letter to a fan, Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry says he made Spock look a little bit like the 'devil' deliberately, to provoke women.
Thanks to a team of scientists from the University of Missouri, we're one step closer to food replicators.
When we saw this Klingon-ized baby sporting a wig and drawn-on forehead ridges, we couldn't quite decide whether the effect was creepy or cool.