What if I said there’s something funky with the universe?
For all the time that humans beings roamed the planet earth
There was something we couldn’t feel and couldn’t see
Oblivious to Dark Matter in our galaxy
Archive for Science
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- 25 Stunning Alternate Movie Posters
- Awesome Renly Baratheon cosplay
- Hipster Chell was involved in early Apeture tests. You probably haven’t heard of them.
- Return Of The Jedi LEGO Chess Set
- Patton Oswalt Explains That There Are No More Gatekeepers In Entertainment
- Science Fiction Authors Who Could be Hollywood’s Next Philip K. Dick
- Top ten Joss Whedon characters.
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Theoretical physicist Ronald Mallett has put himself on record that time travel will be figured out, despite the fact that most physicists don’t agree. It’s a nice idea, and while I’m skeptical that we will ever be able to accomplish the feat (Wouldn’t someone from the future have told us it was coming?), the physics of time being malleable is well accepted. It’s all about relativity.
So while you wait for you grandchildren to appear from thin air and tell you that we’ve figured it out, let Dr. Mallett explain Einstein’s time theories as part of the new EPIPHANY video series.
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The ‘Amazing Spiderman’ definitely has some unique tricks and abilities, but do any of them stand up to scientific realities? We’ll take a look at how some of Spiderman’s main attributes could legitimately happen, while others…not so much!
Why do we explore? Simply put, it is part of who we are, and it is something we have done throughout our history. In NASA’s new video, “We Are the Explorers,” we take a look at that tradition of reaching for things just beyond our grasp and how it is helping us lay the foundation for our greatest journeys ahead.
A vigorous discussion of “Our Future In Space” between Pamela Gay, Lawrence Krauss, Bill Nye, and Neil deGrasse Tyson. This panel was one of the most memorable moments of TAM 2011 Las Vegas. We invite you to enjoy the video of this great panel discussion.
What is the Internet doing to our brains? Dr. Paul Howard Jones distills 178 scientific studies to examine whether there’s any merit to the popular fears about what technology is doing to us. More in these 7 essential books on the future of the Internet, as well as the most recent EDGE question, asking 172 contemporary thought-leaders how the Internet is changing the way they think.