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4 Weird “Clues” That Parallel Universes Exist

The scientific possibility of parallel universes first arrived with Hugh Everett III’s Relative State Formulation in 1957. Not long after, Bryce Seligman DeWitt renamed Everett’s theory and introduced it to the masses, bringing us the popular term Many-worlds Interpretation. But there are others, each attempting to solve the quantum measurement problem and, in this case, …

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Top 5 Celebrity Time Travelers

What’s the number one rule of time travel? Don’t ever let anyone take your picture! How many times do we have to go over this? Not taking the proper precautions during your impromptu time voyages could easily create a time paradox, the result of which could cause a chain reaction that would unravel the very …

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Video: Google Glass vs. the 1990s

Mashable’s Mark Malkoff hits the streets of New York City wearing Google’s all-new tech wonder, Google Glass. Except it’s not Google Glass…it’s the head-mounted gaming platform R-Zone by Tiger Electronics, straight from good old 1995. Let’s see if anyone notices. I never owned an R-Zone, myself, but I know all about Tiger electronics. Just ask …

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Europa Report: Maybe We Should’ve Just Sent Another Robot

An optimistic crew of space explorers? The watery depths of Europa’s sub-surface ocean? Sharlto Copley? What could possibly go wrong? The above trailer gives us our first real taste of Europa Report, an upcoming science fiction film that follows six astronauts on their journey to Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa. As you would expect, things go …

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NASA Grants Funding for Food Printer, Orders A Pizza

NASA has just awarded a $125,000 grant to Anjan Contractor to create a 3D printer that prints…food. The printer, based on open-source hardware called RepRap, will use a kind of nutrient powder and oil to construct foods, which will be available in specially-designed cartridges. And the first item on the menu? Pizza.

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Company Bulldozes Mayan Temple, Possibly Awakens Old Ones

What do you do when you run out of gravel? Well, sometimes you can’t just run down to the gravel store and buy some, so you turn to alternative methods. Say, bulldozing an ancient Mayan temple. That’s what a road-building company in Belize recently did. In order to retrieve gravel to fill a road, the …

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A Different Kind of Time Travel: The Music of Today, Yesterday!

I don’t want to spoil the pure awesome that is Bioshock Infinite (well, no more than I already have), but one of the coolest things about the game is its music. Not only does it have an incredible original score, but interspersed throughout the narrative are curious hints that things in Columbia are not what …

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Witness 1,046 Meteorites Fall to Earth with BOLIDES

No, that’s not a screenshot from some new version of Missile Command. It’s called BOLIDES, a website project that animates every witnessed meteorite collision with Earth from 861 to modern day. “Thousands of meteorites have collided with the Earth since 2500 BC. 34,513 have been recorded, only 1,042 have been seen falling. BOLIDES is an …

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