Scifi short story about a device that removes dust, is replicated for profit, and the original owners reverse the flow of dust removal?
Please can someone advise? My longish title kind of says what I recall the most of the story... I think it was in anthology from the 50's or 60's. It's a story about a device that someone found that ...
It's obvious that Z-Space travel is faster than light, but how fast? It's also obvious it isn't instantaneous, since they mention that there is boring travel times while in Z-Space. Is there any ...
I recently saw the infographic below and it gave me an appreciation of just how many different batmobiles there have been. It got me to wondering though which Batman series (to date) has had the most ...
At the beginning of Avatar, Jake says he has been in suspended animation for 6 years. Because of this time delay, how can efficient planning take place? To put this in perspective: We have the idea ...
In Star Trek (2009), when Kirk and Hikaru Sulu are falling from the drill, at the last moment Ensign Chekov locks on them and is able to transport them inside the ship. By the time they were ...
In "CoS", Weasleys and Harry travel to Diagon Alley via Floo network. Given the fact that a bunch of wizards are likely to want to visit Diagon Alley at the same time (say, when school supply lists ...
To get to Hogwarts, the students had to: Travel many hours by regular (seemingly non-magical, and fairly slow) train Then get into magical conveyances in Hogsmeade. The latter makes sense - you ...