You want to travel in time? You better know your paradoxes first.
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A look at some common sci-fi takes on FTL travel and how plausible they are based on the science behind them.
How much is a memory worth to you?
Public apathy toward NASA, a lack of understanding of the benefits of a space program, and more pressing matters all lead people to ask: is NASA worth funding at all?
Is Apple's choice to lock you into iProducts a smart move?
Global warming is a modern-day concern, but will it still be in a billion years? Will our planet end up a frozen desert like Mars, a sweltering boiler room like Venus, or will it forever remain a cosmic oasis?
Everyone loves the idea of laser guns. But are their fictional depictions realistic, and how close are we to creating actual, handheld energy weapons?
Videos of science are always cool. But when they come from NASA and the final frontier, they add a new layer of incredible.
It's likely FCC Chairman Wheeler will obstinately continue trying to kill the Internet. But it's far from too late to do something about it.
From the Drake Equation to the Fermi Paradox, we look at some reasons why we may not have been contacted by some of the intelligent life forms that supposedly exist in the universe.
Are we alone in the Universe? How likely is it that we have other species out there trying to contact us? Let's look at the numbers.
High marks all around make the Kingston HyperX Cloud a wise choice at the $100 price point. Prospective buyers won't be disappointed.
If you think Earth has some strange climate patterns, then be glad you don't live on some of these alien worlds. The weather can be downright brutal.
Star Wars lore drops a lot of planets on us that have but a single biome. Just how realistic are these type of worlds in space?
This headset is still in beta, but it should be a winner when it is finally released.