All your information is kept private unless there’s a match.

Similarly, Glitch says his girlfriend is impressed by his one-liners and his wit — but they don’t blow her away.

As soon as I received the email notification about it, I knew I had to go.

The host of the show introduced himself and gave us The Talk.

If we felt uncomfortable or unsafe during a date, we were to stretch our arms and arch our back.

That's why Ryan Glitch started Sci-Fi Speed-Dating to help geeks find people they could geek out with, and maybe even find a spark of Geek Love!

Ryan is a costuming Star Wars fanatic who, once upon a time, was looking for love.

” When he said that yes, he did, “she went to the bathroom and never came back.” But sci-fi super-fans can fall in love with “normal people,” Glitch says, as long as the non-fan fully accepts his partner’s obsession.

“Tolerance is not the same as the acceptance,” Glitch points out.

Likewise, small fighter craft often smash into bigger ships with no visible effect, when they ought to be wreaking massive devastation.

And then there's the momentum, even ramming at a few tens of meters per second could create enough force for the people in at least one of the ships to slam into the walls at speeds high enough to kill or injure them.

At realistic space combat distances (hundreds if not thousands of kilometers), the target should have plenty of time to see the attempt coming and either blow up the ramming ship or dodge out of its way.