- Geek & Sci-Fi
Houston rapper Riff Raff has added some interesting new deals to his merchandise store, including a phone call to your mom.
NASA has found an exoplanet similar in size to Earth orbiting in the habitable zone of red dwarf star. Dibs. We just called dibs.
NASA's Kepler telescope has discovered three more exoplanets in the habitable zone of their solar system to add to our growing tally.
Wolverine claws, best friends fighting over the hotness of a mom, the mom trying to break up the fight, Utah... this story has everything!
NASA launched the Kepler telescope into space in March of 2009, and it has already found all sorts of cool sh-t.
Two months after the first discovery of an exoplanet orbiting in the habitable zone of a sun-like star and one month after the first discovery of the two exoplanets similar in size to Earth (Kepler-20e and Kepler-20f, pictured above), researchers using the Keck Observatory in Hawaii and public data from NASA's Kepler mission have discovered the smallest exoplanets yet.
Just a few weeks after the first discovery of an exoplanet orbiting in the habitable zone of a sun-like star, NASA announced another record-breaking discovery.
Previously, the only two confirmed exoplanets in the habitable zone of their star (where liquid water could exist) were orbiting the same red dwarf star.
Meme Watch: ‘We’re A Culture, Not A Costume’ Parody Posters Will Not Be Denied This Halloween |UPROXX| ‘Pizza Party’ Is Just A ‘Grove St.
ABOVE: Did you like the hipster dog from yesterday.
The SAG Awards happened last night, and I wish I could tell you whether anything interesting happened, but I was curled up in a little ball hoping handfuls of advil would bring down the fever I seem to have caught in Sundance.
I posted a trailer for Brit director Chris Morris's first feature, Four Lions, back in March, just after it played to rave reviews at Sundance.
It's being reported today that GEORGE CLOONEY has signed up to star in a GERMAN SCHEISS VIDEO opposite YOUR MOM.
This video started to make the rounds yesterday, but I was too busy reading up on dead guys' dancer ex-girlfriends to get around to posting it.
As if your face and your mother's whoring weren't enough to make you contemplate suicide, now comes the news that Ice Cube will be collaborating with Fred Durst on an upcoming movie.
The trailer for Control; not to be confused with Kontroll, the Hungarian subway movie, or Cuntroll, the documentary about your mother's labiaplasty; is now online.
According to the Sunday Mirror, James McAvoy (Last King of Scotland) has been cast as Scotty in the upcoming Star Trek movie.