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Impossible Spaceship Engine Called "EmDrive" Actually Works, Leaked NASA Report Reveals

Though scientists are still trying to figure out how it doesn’t violate the laws of physics.<p>YouTube / Kaleb Austin Hopper<p>Will Sabel CourtneyView Will …

Gold Plunges Most Since 2013

Gold prices notched their biggest decline in nearly three years, as a stronger dollar and signals that the Federal Reserve might be closer to raising interest rates this year drove investors out of the precious metal.<p>Gold for October delivery closed down 3.3% at $1,266.30 a troy ounce, the metal's …

Deal: Complete Web Developer Course: Build 14 Websites (92% Off)

Web programmers are among the most sought-after IT expert today, this is true because of the increasing need for websites and web applications by …

It’s Too Late to Rescue Wall Street

Today, a one-question physics test: Can you inflate a balloon by taking out the air?<p>The answer is obvious, so you pass the test.<p>And, yet, Wall Street …

Set Up Your Mobile Office — in the Middle of Nowhere — with PLUG

Whether you own a smartphone, tablet or laptop, the power intensive applications used today drain battery power faster than ever. And no matter how …

Gear & Gadgets

Evolution Uproar: What To Do When A Famous Author Dismisses Darwin

<i>The Kingdom of Speech</i>by Tom Wolfe is a book situated at the intersection of inflammatory and ignorant.<p>Best known for, perhaps, <i>The Right Stuff</i> and <i>Bonfire of the Vanities</i> --which were both made into major films — Wolfe offers his readers a non-fiction account of the evolution of speech in his latest …

The Ultimate Working From Home Guide | Investopedia

<b>Amazon.com Inc.</b><p>Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) employs more than 500,000 workers around the world, many of them reporting to work from their home offices. …

Americans say science is why they've given up religion

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>If you believe in science, does this mean you can't believe in God?<p>Or is it that science makes it difficult to believe in religion?<p>Stephen Hawking has already assured us that there is no God at all. He …

What does Mars look like? More like us than we thought

NASA releases a new 360 Video of a surprisingly Earth-like landscape on Mars.<p>NASA’s Curiosity rover has been exploring Mars for nearly four years …

Why experts get it wrong: being knowledgeable about a subject implants false memories

Experts are more likely to make mistakes about their specialist subject because knowing a lot about something doubles the risk of false memories, scientists have found.<p>Researchers at University College Dublin asked 489 people to rank seven topics, including football, politics and science from most …

Alberta fossil site hints to ‘epic disaster’ for group of dinosaurs

When Jordan Mallon looks around his campsite near the South Saskatchewan River, he sees old farm buildings and country roads. Nearby, the grass-covered prairie gives way to the wind-blasted landscape of the Alberta badlands.<p>But in his mind's eye, stepping back about 76 million years, he can imagine …

These colorful maps reveal how Earth would look if you could see gravity

Earth's gravity is the most overriding force in human history. This is so true that it feels silly to point out. It keeps us in our beds at night, pulls us back to the ground after every stride on a long run, stands up our homes and skyscrapers, and fixes the moon in the sky — it's the invisible …

Geography