The 1981 edition of the 'Encyclopedia of Science Fiction' describes The Starlost (accurately) as 'dire'. But how did it go so utterly wrong? And what did the ghastly product look like? It's an interesting tale.
Author: Dmitri Gheorgheni
In this Entry, h2g2 Researchers consider the question: What's the online version of burning popcorn or cooking fish in the microwave?
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Water: all life depends on it.
Some of us live near oceans, or rivers, or lakes. Others are lucky enough to see waterfalls on a regular basis. Still others live where water is scarce. No matter where we live, we recognise that this resource is precious.
It's the reason our planet is a blue marble.
This month, tell us about water in your life. Send us your aquatic photos. Tell us your stories. Add to the Edited Guide.
July 2022 Create Challenge: Water World
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