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Stephen Hawking's final paper bursts the multiverse bubble with a Holographic Universe theory

Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking passed away earlier this year, but his legacy to science will live on. His final theory on the origin of the …

Transgender child: 'I think I'm a girl in a boy's body'

<b>A 13-year-old child has spoken about the time she told her family she felt she was "a girl but in a boy's body".</b><p>Kiera Puddefoot, 13, who is transgender, was previously known as Lucas.<p>Her mother, Emma, said she was supporting Kiera for a "happy, healthy future".<p>You can see this story in full on …

This Woman’s Tweet About A Stranger Helping Her With A Creeper In Public Is A Testament To How Women Look Out For Each Other

On Jan. 20 Amna Saleem, a writer living in London, was reading a book and waiting for her boyfriend to get off of work when a man approached her and …

11 Signs You're Not As Liberal As You Think You Are

If you clicked into this article, chances are you have a fairly firm grasp on what side of the political spectrum you fall on. And if you're ever in …

No, The Size of the Universe Does Not Prove God Doesn't Exist

Some philosophers are claiming God doesn’t exist because the universe is big and mostly humanity-free.<p>These academic philosophers look across the …

Faith

Putin urges countries to eliminate chemical weapons

MOSCOW, November 27. /TASS/. President Vladimir Putin has called on all countries to destroy their chemical weapons stockpiles, following the example …

Snuppy, the next generation: Scientists ‘immortalize’ world’s first cloned dog with three reclones

Snuppy, the world’s first cloned dog, may live in perpetuity.<p>Scientists have announced the birth of three clones of Snuppy, the Afghan hound who died …

Daryll Rowe thought being vegan and drinking his own urine would ‘cure him of HIV’

A hairdresser on trial for deliberately infecting his sexual partners with HIV has said that he drank his own urine believing it would cure …

After rovers, NASA sets its eyes on unmanned submarines

One could probably say that NASA has gotten land and aerial space travel down to a T, with numerous rockets, satellites, and rovers under its belt. …

To Survive the Streets, Robocars Must Learn to Think Like Humans

Next time you’re driving down the road or walking down the street, pause to consider how you read your surroundings. How you pay extra attention to …

Why At Least One AI Expert Isn't Worried About AI taking Over

<i>This article first appeared in Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter on the top tech news.</i> <i>Sign up here</i><i>.</i><p>The machines are coming after us. Elon Musk …

The Multiverse Is Inevitable, And We're Living In It

Imagine that the Universe we observe, from end-to-end, is just a drop in the cosmic ocean. That beyond what we can see, there’s more space, more stars, more galaxies, and more everything, for perhaps countless billions of light years farther than we’ll ever be able to access. And that as large as …

Dark Matter

What is quantum foam?

If you magnify spacetime down to its tiniest scales, it might be like staring into the frothy foam atop a pint of beer.<p>Have you ever gazed into the …

Could we actually find evidence for the multiverse?

<b>Perimeter Associate Faculty member Matthew Johnson and his colleagues are working to bring the multiverse hypothesis, which to some sounds like a</b> …

Dark Matter

Researchers have linked a human brain to the Internet for the first time ever

Brain Meets IoT<p>A team of researchers at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa have made a major breakthrough in the field of biomedical …

Machine Learning

This Worm Has Gone 18 Million Years Without Sex, And We Now Know Its Secret

It has no regrets.<p><i>Diploscapter pachys</i> has a lineage that goes back about 18 million, and in all that time it seems the tiny little roundworm hasn't …

5 beautiful LGBTQ 'coming out' stories to make your heart burst

From a drunken conversation on Christmas Day, to accidentally telling the world in an online blog.<p>'Coming out' - a.k.a. publicly revealing your sexual orientation and/or gender identity - can be an extremely daunting prospect.<p>For some, there's a fear of how people - especially friends and family - …

5 Reasons 'It' Became Horror's Biggest Box Office Success Ever

Seeds for the $117 million opening of “It” were planted in March with a trailer that grabbed everyone’s attention<p>Boy, did the box office need this …

A colossal asteroid will cruise by Earth today, and you’ll actually be able to see it

The asteroid known as Florence is going to make a relatively close shave of Earth today, speeding past our planet closer than it has since the year …