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WTF is Quantum Retrocausality? (ft. Physics Girl)

WTF is Quantum Retrocausality? (ft. Physics Girl)

We all know, if Marty travels back into the past, and messes with it, he makes the Biff timeline. Casual. We all get it. Moral of the story: If you time travel and mess with anything in the past, you automatically mess with your future, but if Marty was a quantum particle? Maybe not so […]

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How powerful is your passport? | The Economist

How powerful is your passport? | The Economist

You can tell a lot about a country from its passport. Color is the first giveaway. Nations tend to pick colors that reflect their national character. New Zealand decorates its famous rugby team, its airline, and its passports in the nation’s favorite color, black. Many Islamic countries have green passports because of the importance of […]

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NASA Scientists Plan To Approach Girl By 2018

NASA Scientists Plan To Approach Girl By 2018

I’m pleased to announce that NASA has entered the planning stages of a mission to approach that cute girl from the laundromat, by 2018. Senior project scientists, Dr. Adam Thompson and Dr. Carson Harper discovered the girl three months ago at a Huston area, between the driers 4 and 5. Giving her the name Thompson-Harper […]

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Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists

Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists

For once, researchers in KNUST in Ghana and the subregion as a whole can start to dream. Right now, you are not limited by the absence of equipment. So in times past, usually, whatever project you decide to do you are limited by the fact that, you know, can I do all my analysis in […]

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Neuromorphic Computing Is a Big Deal for A.I., But What Is It?

Neuromorphic Computing Is a Big Deal for A.I., But What Is It?

We often talk about how traditional computing is reaching its limit–there’s a threshold we can’t move past without making some seriously big changes to the way we structure computers. One of those exciting ways is by making physical computers a little more like human brains. We introduced this concept in more detail here, but a […]

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Wanted: 10,000 Dogs To Help Scientists Study Canine Aging | TODAY
How Scientists Found the Universe’s First Type of Molecule

How Scientists Found the Universe’s First Type of Molecule

Scientists just detected the universe’s first molecule using a telescope that we fly around the world on a plane…and that’s a real sentence. Just let that sink in a little bit. That’s the world we live in these days. The molecule in question is called helium hydride and the fact that we’ve finally detected it […]

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November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Science in a Golden Age – Al-Razi, Ibn Sina and the Canon of Medicine

Science in a Golden Age – Al-Razi, Ibn Sina and the Canon of Medicine

Modern high-tech advances in medicine and health are of course the result of many centuries of development, research, and experimentation much of which took place in the Islamic world between the 9th and 14th centuries A “Golden Age” of science During this time, scholars in the Islamic world made huge contributions to medicine, and created […]

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Historian Victor Davis Hanson on why he supports Trump