Ralph Harvey can ride a Ski-doo as well as anyone, and he looks pretty good in antlers—just the guy to search Antarctica for pieces of other worlds.
On the science of Apocalypse.
It’s the stuff of a summertime popcorn film: rogue asteroids threatening to obliterate the Earth, and plucky scientists and astronauts scrambling for ways to destroy or deflect them. Here’s the kicker: It’s all too real. From longtime "New Yorker" writer and the author of "Cheerful Money," a sci-fi tale that’s not fiction at all.