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Throughout history man has been making predictions of the future. With the advent of technology, the predictions moved away from religious topics to scientific and technological. Unfortunately for the speakers, many of these failed predictions have...
Time Travel Mart Is Open For Business
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Top 10 Bizarre Modern Paranormal Phenomena
Most of us are familiar with reports of the paranormal around us â�� whether we ourselves are believers or sceptics. Entities such as ghosts, and mysterious animals like Big Foot and Nessie, have always haunted our collective consciousness. Amongst a...
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25 Hilariously Unexplainable Images
25 Hilariously Unexplainable Images
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How to quickly and easily hallucinate without LSD or magic...
If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to hallucinate, the clip below will trick your brain into doing it. No LSD or magic mushrooms required. Watch
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10 Absurdities Of The Modern Culture
The world has its fair share of ridiculousness. For more groundbreaking stories from around the globe, tune in to the premiere of VICE this Friday, April 5th on HBO.
10 Places Begging To Be Investigated
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Scientists Come Close to Creating Life With Almost-Living...
Man-made life is a thing of fiction, relegated to things like Frankenstein. But scientists are coming close to something almost like it. New light-affected crystals developed by scientists at New York University are very close to being alive, so clos...
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Scientists develop strongest, lightest glass nanofibers...
Globally the quest has been on to find ultrahigh strength composites, leading scientists to investigate light, ultrahigh strength nanowires that are not compromised by defects. Historically, carbon nanotubes were the strongest material available, but...
How "Cheating" Slime Mold Escapes Death
Cheaters do prosper—at least if you're a slime mold, a new study says.
7 Creepy Video Game Easter Eggs You'll Wish Were Never Found...
Video game Easter eggs can be a fun way to motivate players to continue exploring a game they've completed ... or they can be terrifying experiences that make sure the players never go near that game again. We've told you about those ; here are some ...
Top 10 Mad Science-Worthy Chemistry Experiments
Chemistry is a fascinating science, but it's often taught poorly in today's boring schools. Here's how chemistry should be taught: by mad scientists! Here's Neatorama's list of the Top 10 Mad Science-Worthy Chemistry Experiments: 1. Briggs-Rauscher R...
What Caffeine Actually Does to Your Brain
For all of its wild popularity, caffeine is one seriously misunderstood substance. It's not a simple upper, and it works differently on different people with different tolerances—even in different menstrual cycles.
Tackling Mars, Violence, Higgs: Science Wishes for 2013
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Nicole Eggert is BACK IN BAYWATCH!
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30 Pictures of People Freaking Out in a Haunted House
Last year, the Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagra Falls began posting their pictures online, making us realize something: looking at people freaking the hell out in haunted houses is perhaps the best thing ever. The Fear Factory is back for 2012, post...
The opening scene of A Link to the Past is one of...
The opening scene of A Link to the Past is one of my all time favorites. It was one of the first video game moments I can remember giving me chills.
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Atom smasher creates new kind of matter
Collisions between particles inside the Large Hadron Collider atom smasher have created what looks like a new form of matter.
A Sneak Peek At the Mind-Boggling Future of Computer Graphics...
Computer graphics have come a long way since a T-Rex ate that lawyer in Jurassic Park. But if these glimpses of what the next generation of CG has in store, we ain't seen nothing yet.
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Stumblers Who Like APOD: 2012 March 12 - The Scale of the...
A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
Testing1212, the glossary of terms for sound and audio engineers....
Definitions from Absorption to Axis, from from Baffles to Byte, from Cable to Cyclic Redundancy, from dB to Dynamic Mic, from Early Reflections to Expansion, from Face to Fundamental, from Gain to Guitar Processor, from Haas Effect to Hz (Hertz), fro...
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Free unlimited rebooting experience from vintage operating systems
Powerslides Galore on the New Leanster
How to lucid dream
Perhaps you want to know how to lucid dream because you're interested in experimenting with alternate reality. On the other hand maybe you have recurring nightmares or dreams where you feel a...
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Chinese "Ghost City" Rises From The Mist
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What happens when human beings die?; and is there a final destination for the soul? were the questions discussed among four scientists on a video that recently aired on "Through the Wormhole" hosted by Morgan Freeman on the Science channel.
Scientists say Google Earth island in Pacific doesn't exist...
Sandy Island on Google Earth might be a perfect Robinson Crusoe spot. But Australian researchers who went there found only ocean. Read this article by Tim Hornyak on CNET.
NASA has unprecedented view of Mars dust storm
NASA 's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and two planet-based explorers are tracking a massive dust storm, offering scientists an opportunity to study the planet's weather like none they've had before.
How to tell if someone is telling a lie or lying: Viewzone...
Viewzone Magazine offers a look at life and humanity from different angles. This article explains how interviewers can detect lies by watching eye movements.
The Biggest Star Wars Plot Hole, Explained By Science
Fans jokingly refer to it as 'Stormtrooper aim.' But it's not lazy film-making (or at least, not just that): There's actually a perfectly logical, scientific reason behind this behavior. Soldiers in real wars behave in exactly the same way.
Deluxe Balloon Link [Pic]
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Scientists probe mystery of venus fly trap
Charles Darwin once referred to the Venus flytrap as one of the most wonderful plants in the world. But despite the plant's notoriety, its closing mechanism remains a mystery 250 years after its discovery.
Scientists Get A New Look At Einstein's Brain : NPR
What made Einstein a genius? Maybe his weirdly curvy brain had something to do with it. Scientists have recently analyzed photos from the 1950s to try to figure out what made the genius tick.
A system that's worth its salt - MIT News Office
New approach to water desalination could lead to small, portable units that could be sent to disaster sites or remote locations.
10 Amazing Inventions that You Didn't Know Existed
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Evacuated Tube Transport could take you around the world...
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Martin Jetpack Makes Flying Possible for $86,000
Soon the first commercially available jetpack will hit the market and as long as you've got $86,000 to spare, nothing stands in your way of purchasing one. You don't even need a pilot's license.
Homebuilt CNC Router #2: Simpler, Stronger, Prettier
Whatever Happened to Ectoplasm?
Evidence indicates astronauts could survive on Mars
Radiation levels at the Martian surface appear to be roughly similar to those experienced by astronauts in low-Earth orbit, NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has found.
Soft Robots, in color
Having already broken new ground in robotics with the development, last year, of a class of "soft", silicone-based robots based on creatures like squid and octopi, Harvard scientists are now working to create systems that would allow the robots to ca...
Revolutionary transplant operation could benefit paralysed...
Dogs that had lost the use of their back legs as a result of spinal injuries were able to walk again after a revolutionary transplant operation that might also benefit paralysed patients, scientists said.
Is Time Travel Possible?
Cryptid Washes Ashore At Montauk
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Scientists extract images directly from brain
Researchers from Japan's ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories have developed new brain analysis technology that can reconstruct the images inside a person's mind and display them on a computer monitor, it was announced on December 11. Accordin...
Philosoraptor - what if aliens have been trying to contact...
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Single Seat Helicopter Design by Igarashi Design
Igarashi Design has introduced a single seat helicopter with amazing looks. It is equipped with everything that is required to give the private flight a higher
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We've offered tips ranging from using unplugged earphones to motivational wallpaper in an effort to help you stay better focused, but now studies suggest that it's also "crucial" to let your mind zone out. Photo by taylorkydd. Discover Magazine refer...
The science of "Morning Wood"
Here's the Sex-Ed lesson you never got in school! Why do men tend to wake up with "morning wood?" AsapSCIENCE looks at the "hard" facts and some of the biology of an e...