The year is 1967, and Banning James, a young poet with the ability to psychically inflict his own experiences onto others, thinks he's on his way to Boston. But his plans change when he gets caught up in an anti-Vietnam War protest, one that ends with an act of destruction that never occurred in our timeline.
First they tried to drag us back to the 1960s with Austin Powers. Now they're doing it again with Men in Black III, whose plot time-jumps to the 1969 Apollo launch. But why go back to this world-changing decade with bad science fiction when you could mainline the good stuff? Here is a book list that will introduce…
The 1960s were a thrilling era in the development of the feline sciences. The structure of cat DNA (the double felix) had already been discovered, and astronomers were working to put cat on the moon. Relive that golden era of scientific discovery with the Tumblr series Cat Scientists of the 1960s.