It's a fine line between science fiction and fact -- after all, who ever thought H.G. Wells would turn out to be prescient, making it possible to write this very story from the year 5280 AD...no, 400 BC...no...goddamn you, you ridiculous Time Machine. Reveling in both categories: TGI Greeny t-shirts. A London radio journalist, Greeny's designs happily showcase technological wonders from film, TV, video games, and actual, non-filmed, non-digital life, mainly through the ingeniously nostalgic device of diagramming their hardware in the style of a Haynes owner's manual. Movie-based primers range from Star Wars' Tie Fighters, Star Destroyers, and AT-AT's, to Robocop's ED-209, a pair of T-800s, and a Thunderbird 2, technically not as terrifying as the terminators, unless the "2" signifies a sequel. Things that also exist outside the nerd imagination include the International Space Station, the Shuttle, the apparently still-operational Russian Soyuz, and that X-15 spy plane that just took a picture of you in your sexy knickers. Breaking from the pattern are old-school gaming icons (the famous "enter your initials" screen, a literal 1Up heart, etc.), the call-signs of all the Top Gun wingmen, and made-up Back to the Future merch like ads for Pepsi Perfect and Jaws 19 -- if global warming's scientific fact, a movie whose tagline might be "Get out of the water! Because there really isn't much left".