In the new issue of Rolling Stone, Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant talks about the behind-the-scenes reality of the band's 2007 reunion show in London, and why he won't be playing with his old bandmates again any time soon:
A helmeted robot lands a flying saucer in a park in Washington, D.C. Dinosaurs freely roam a small isle off of Costa Rica. The Mayan calendar accurately predicts the fiery end of the world. Are the plots of sci-fi movies really that far-fetched?
Of course they are. But NASA, whose space engineers are apparently also sci-fi movie buffs, has compiled a list of the most — and least — realistic science fiction films of all time.
There's a warning for everything these days (can we get sued for saying that?) and Woman's Day was brave enough to track down a few of the most ridiculous product labels. WARNING: Do not forget to check out the full list.
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