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2016-02-18
But who can read it again?

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2007-08-08
Isn't this how most end-of-the-world Zombie movie plots begin?

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2008-02-10
Do you want Orcs Lana? Because that's how you get Orcs.

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2016-05-27
But maybe ... they can be healed with acoustic waves and colloidal silver? bwa-hahahahaha

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2016-06-13
But can it write the movie with Zombies?

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2016-04-08
When competing vendors with different solutions can demonstrate a cooperative success across such a vast distance, over varying road laws, with live congestion, that is a sign of major progress and an elimination of human jobs.

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2009-04-25
As if we needed any more reasons to understand that bacon is the most divine food on planet Earth?

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2007-01-14
There's always a more powerful wizard out there with stronger spells.

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2012-08-29
When we stop pushing ourselves to be smarter, we quickly retrograde.

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2005-12-01
There is more to biological clocks than just babies.

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2015-09-01
Everyone knows Grape Soda is a perfect fluid.

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2016-04-12
And just like that ... science has to pursue it.

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2016-06-03
Do AI's dream of electric sheep?

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2006-07-21
It's amazing that we can even make conjectures about things so far away with any modicum of certainty.

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2012-08-09
Unlike Europe's "lawn dart Mars program", America can put spacecraft on target.

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2009-04-10
Hopefully the Brown's Gas crowd spewing their oil conspiracy mantra will slowly disappear off the Internet.

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2015-09-02
Science is always turning up novel ways to make our computers better.

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2016-12-16
The manner in which the transition team posed their inquiry at the Department of Energy should concern any Federal employee regarding the future.

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2008-04-25
We're here today ... because our ancestors got busy.

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2015-08-18
Could you then CRISPR-CAS9 the data onto other people?

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2008-05-23
I've some weird experiences with a Ouija Board before so I decided to get together with some friends to conduct experiments on it.

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2016-12-21
"Homeopathic" - you keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means.

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2016-04-11
Yo Mama is so fat, she's thrown off the Earth's rotational balance.

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2006-05-18
Earth's poles can't seem to consistently decide what polarity they identify with.

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2006-08-11
Just when you think you can depend on 9.807 m/s² ... the Earth flips you a middle finger.

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2015-12-25
How much energy do Americans burn for holiday light displays? Several metric ass-tons.

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2006-11-02
Sometimes I wonder what really motivates scientists to make studies that almost seem obvious.

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2012-08-30
This is why 'Murica is dumb.

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2011-07-31
In this house, we obey the Laws of Relativity!!

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2011-06-11
In what first seems like a Wiley Coyote design turns out to be clever engineering resulting in a wind powered car that could outrun the wind.

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2005-12-06
"Designer Humans" are not too far in the distant future.

[view] [2,135 page views]

2015-02-01
Do you want unhackable robot overlords? Because this is how you get unhackable robot overlords.

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2005-11-29
This is either the end of déjà vu’s place in the paranormal world or it's seeded information by the Architect to protect us from understanding the Matrix.

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2009-07-13
Sometimes you just have to yell out F*CK to feel good.

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2008-01-20
When built under scientific principles, sure, they can be real.

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2006-08-17
I think a superhero origin movie consisting of eating hot dogs will not be a Hollywood blockbuster.

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2010-11-05
A milliamp of electricity across the parietal lobe can dramatically improve human mathematical abilities.

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2006-11-10
Robots will inevitably choose to eat people now - thanks Japan.

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2006-07-16
With gas prices through the roof, I conducted an investigation of the facts behind how driving style affects fuel economy by using a laptop and the OBDII interface to the engine's computer (ECU). I also address engine modifications and alternative fuels.

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2008-02-26
That's neat science ... but when will they mounted to a shark's forehead?

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2018-11-23
Basically - it took a long time for somebody to figure out how to turn a "lifter" sideways.

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2015-02-13
"Keep it," said the little girl, "I got a Pitbull now!"

[view] [1,522 page views]

2015-12-02
Local Realism is the quantum physics equivalent of flat-Earth science. You can really root out the physics n00bs based on these beliefs.

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2011-05-12
Seriously, it's as if these engineers have never watched Terminator.

[view] [576 page views]

2016-02-18
I'm sorry baby, it's not you ... it's math.

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2016-03-25
Not even our Artificial Intelligence can play well with others.

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2008-05-27
This is step one in turning our Soldiers into Wolverine.

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2011-03-23
May the Creation vs Evolution wars commence once again ...

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2011-10-06
Her: What're you thinking abo ... holy shit that's depraved. Him: I was just sitting here!

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2016-07-13
Or is it funnier if the Moon moons the Earth?

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2007-04-28
Unfortunately there's not much we can do about avoiding cosmic death rays.

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2014-09-17
Damn scientists are always removing the mystery from the world.

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2007-10-25
Although reducing wind resistance by 93% can be tempting, the increased likelihood of dying in a traffic accident is not worth the fuel savings.

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2011-05-12
Wiley Coyote would be proud.

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2016-07-15
In the history of mankind ... nobody else has done what NASA has done.

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2008-01-18
To be the first pilot tagged for getting struck by lightning on purpose in flight ... was probably a brown pants kind of experience.

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2016-04-05
In response to being challenged - “What do you think people did before modern medicine?” I responded, “Died young.”

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2012-09-18
"Reason" being melting Jupiter into raw energy for power and destroying everything in the vehicle's path as it warps space-time around itself.

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2008-10-31
Basically a "pics or it didn't happen" kind of science scenario.

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2014-09-23
Of course the disbelievers will continue to disbelieve and probably claim nVidia's ability to do this proves an ability to fake the photo.

[view] [686 page views]

2007-07-06
Those pesky consumers are trying to use science to not get screwed ...

[view] [4,680 page views]

2016-06-03
You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.

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2015-08-17
Let's all blame the sun for our weather like it affects night and day or something.

[view] [580 page views]

2014-09-16
Scientists continue to advance the march towards real light sabers.

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2016-04-21
Impossible physics that works is the most amazing physics.

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2015-08-17
Science says I don't like broccoli so I'll just subsist on bacon instead.

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2005-09-19
"Light" based processors are certainly a unique approach to speeding up CPUs.

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2008-07-31
Imagine a camera that can take a picture of something that it cannot directly see.

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2015-08-20
Physicists have already demonstrated separate applications of quantum entanglement that make one wonder if we could use them like a "reverse time capsule" to receive messages and technology from the future.

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2011-10-20
If the physics behind Quantum Locking don't make your head explode, simply watching the demonstration will.

[view] [2,145 page views]

2007-11-07
Oh - the joy of levitation AND invisibility. I like these researchers.

[view] [1,993 page views]

2011-05-20
The robot overlords are developing a way to talk without us knowing their plans.

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2008-04-07
As long as you have a molecular compressor handy in your garage, of course.

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2007-07-05
Rubber Ducks are in fact highly sensitive instruments of science.

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2006-05-10
I enjoy watching dogma box itself in sometimes.

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2009-09-03
I hope tax dollars didn't fund this obviousness.

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2009-05-14
In 20 years, kids will be making fun of each other at school over who is synthetic and who is natural.

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2011-06-02
Despite the eradication of the disease, stockpiles still exist and the anti-vaxxers aren't helping the cause.

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2015-12-22
Reusable rockets are a complete game changer for the future of manned space programs.

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2016-06-28
Whatever helps you feel superior to me, eh?

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2010-09-02
Generally, I'm not a fan of believing things because other people say so ... but he puts a lot more thought into things than the typical person.

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2015-08-14
The impact of supercomputer analysis on the most mundane things impacts the engineering and design of everything in our daily lives.

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2008-04-22
The old 3000 mile axiom is an antiquated service interval.

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2019-08-16
If there was ever a chance for life on the moon, well, Tardigrades would be it.

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2015-12-24
Just don't "Big Bang" the black hole ... that's how we got into this mess last time.

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2008-01-08
I have a feeling some poor kid somewhere was last to pick a PhD advisor and ended up having to study cow farts professionally.

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2016-04-20
To avoid accusations from the tin-foil hat crowd - you have to keep your feeds running no matter what.

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2010-11-13
... because endangered animals taste better, that's why.

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2015-12-21
We may not know what we are, but we know what we're not.

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2016-04-28
Water is always sneaking up on us to present new and elaborate ways of drowning.

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2005-11-10
This is yet another reason why Americans are dumb.

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2015-10-23
If you stare long enough ...

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