"Neither highbrows nor lowbrows nor midbrows, but elastic-brows.” — George Orwell
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The Exploratorium's Homeschool Science Program

Sometimes high-risk, high-reward experi­ments are re­quired.

Young Students Learn About Their City as Teachers Guide Them on a Tour through Morton Street Pier on the Hudson River 05/1973 — from the U.S. National Archivesbsgthumb

Designing stumble-upon exhibits as engaging as a found Cylon Raider.


From bio­logy to battle­ships, BSG as a model for in­spired STEM learn­ing

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“All this has happened before and will happen again.”


Arousing the spirit of the original in a new time.

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Soylent Green is our own memories.

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Willful lying to oneself is particularly evident in attitudes to the future.

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Must *punk (steampunk, dieselpunk, etc.) lit be about technology?


So bored of nostalgia.

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Lessons from BSG on building ships and relation­ships.

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Museums — take inspiration from the Galactica’s struggle!


Rebooting is no nostalgia trip — nor is it snarkily ironic.


Or rather: Why do Revivalists hate hipsters so passionately?

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An un-ironic rebooting of previous generations’ pop culture franchises.


The precocious, ferocious cohort born from 1974-82.