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Helium becomes superfluid and displays amazing properties. To address all the comments about helium "running out": Most helium on earth is the result of radi...
Crazy Research into Changing the Shape of People in Videos...
A couple days ago our minds were blown by a diminished reality demonstration showing objects being removed from live video feeds. Today's mind-blowing video is a demonstration of MovieReshape, an imag...
The Life And Death Of Skyrim's Lydia
Let me begin by saying this is not a spoiler. This is a random sandbox event caused entirely by something I did, and is in no way scripted into the game.
Expectations vs. Reality (16 Pics)
Things don't always go as planned. Check out the pics below to see a few examples of what happens when our expectations get punched in the face by reality. -- via -- via Tickling Expectations: Reality: -- via -- ...
Blender Physics Simulations and More
Blender 3D + many hours = ?! For more details turn on closed captioning for a commentary. The terms used in the commentary are specifically designed to yield...
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Alcubierre drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The (or see: ) is a speculative idea based on a valid solution of the Einstein field equations as proposed by by which a spacecraft might be accelerated to speeds greater than the in order to achieve the objective of interstellar flight.
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Would an Hourglass Traffic Light Work Better?
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20 Optical Illusions That Might Break Your Mind
Viewer discretion advised! Do not scroll down unless your brain is made of steel and your nerves are Teflon. Some people simply cannot stand optical illusions.
Check Out These Hyper-Realistic Pokemon - IGN
Ever wondered what Pokémon would look like in real life? Surprisingly freaky.
ROBERT H. GODDARD: The rocket man
(1882-1945) was an American physicist, engineer and the father of modern rocketry. He built the first liquid-fuelled rocket and his work was directly responsible for spaceflight. The story goes like this: As a 17-year-old boy in 1899, Goddard had a l...
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"" is a in the , used as an example of how and can be used to create complicated linguistic constructs. It has been discussed in literature since 1972 when the sentence was used by , an associate professor at the . It was posted to by Rapaport i...
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Scumbag Steve: The Return Of The Legend
It seems that everyone loves to hate Scumbag Steve. We all know the guy: he comes to your house unannounced, eats your food, takes your last beer, and doesn't think twice doing any of the above. He's your least favorite friend: ...
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Daily Kos: Flying the B-52 - Part 4
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One of the things that identifies a product is its packaging. Qualified and differentiated packaging design is a must for a product in today's highly competitive world. There are hundreds of compani
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Kinect-like technology turns any surface into a touchscreen...
Technology projects a touchscreen onto your hand, clothes, a wall, or any surface, so you can operate your phone without removing it from your pocket.
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If Google Translate Could Translate Star Wars to English...
One of the wonderful things about Star Wars was that even though you couldn't understand some characters, you still understood them. But what if you could plug in Chewbacca's growls and R2D2's beepity boops into Google Translate to find out what they...
when the Harsh reality destroys our picture perfect expectation we end up well..looking stupid :p
If an object can cover 60,000 light-years in 22 days, how...
Since nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, this is a question of time dilation, where the following formula applies: t' = t * √(1-v²/c²) Solving for v: √(1-v²/c²) = t'/t 1 - v²/c² = (t'/t)² - v²/c² = (t'/t)² -1 v²/c² = 1 - (t'/t)² ...
Grey goo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(alternatively spelled ) is a hypothetical scenario involving in which out-of-control robots consume all matter on while building more of themselves, a scenario known as ("eating the environment").
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Japanese construction firm Shimizu Corporation has developed a series of for the world of tomorrow. Here is a preview of seven mega-projects that have the potential to reshape life on (and off) Earth in the coming decades.
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Weekly comic exploring comics, video games, movies, toys, and nerd culture with nerds raging over nerdy things. Warning! There will be nerd rage beyond this point.
Fun with Sulfur Hexafluoride
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