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Scientific Theory And The Multiverse Madness

<i>Sabine Hossenfelder is a research fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies in Germany. Her research focuses on general relativity and quantum gravity. She is author of the blog</i> Backreaction <i>and her first book, Lost in Math, is set to appear in June. You can find her on Twitter at @skdh.</i><p>…

Physics

Dialogue amid more protests nationwide

<b>Atlanta (CNN) —</b> Black Lives Matter protests continued Monday, resulting in more arrests and meetings between officials, movement leaders and the public.<p>Atlanta police arrested protesters who were blocking traffic near the upscale Lenox Square mall in they city's Buckhead neighborhood.<p>Black Lives …

Law Enforcement

Snapchat Is About to Get Less Raw — And Way More Addictive

Snapchat's new feature, Memories, brings big changes: It sacrifices some of Snapchat's killer "raw" element while enticing users to spend more time in the app.<p>You can still save snaps and Stories to your camera roll, but the tools inside Memories will give you a chance to edit your old stuff and …

Cavaliers Win NBA Title: Pictures

Cleveland Cavaliers

Free will could all be an illusion, scientists suggest after study shows choice may just be brain tricking itself

Free will might be an illusion created by our brains, scientists might have proved.<p>Humans are convinced that they make conscious choices as they live …

The Brain

UFO Boat Concept

Italian company Jet Capsule, specialized in the conception of aquatic vehicles, has recently revealed its latest concept of floating boat : the <i>UFO</i>. …

Paranormal

NASA Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken And It Will Destroy Your Mind!

Are you ready to feel tiny and insignificant? As breathtaking as this picture is, by the end you will question how meaningful our lives really are. …

Warming Up Your Car in the Cold Is a Bad Idea

Letting your vehicle idle only works for one type of engine — which you probably don't have.<p>In the thick of winter, the common wisdom is that when you are gearing up to take your truck out in the cold and snow, you should step outside, start up your engine, and let it idle to warm up. But contrary …

'Silence of the Lambs' at 25: The Complete Buffalo Bill Story

From the glitter rocker who inspired killer character Jame Gumb to the original song he was supposed to dance naked to<p>You never know what's going to …

Rashad Evans to face Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua at UFC on Fox 19

Rashad Evans and Mauricio Rua will meet in a light heavyweight fight in April on UFC on Fox 19.<p>Former UFC light heavyweight champ Rashad Evans (19-4) …

UFC
Research

Are Cosmologists Fooling Themselves About The Big Bang, Dark Matter And More?

Richard Feynman once said of the scientific process, “The first principle is that you must not fool yourself — and you are the easiest person to fool.” The idea that scientists might be fooling themselves (whether out of ignorance or in order to preserve their jobs) is a common accusation made by …

Dark Matter

Giant supernova in the sky smashes previous record, stuns scientists

There's breaking a record, and then there's blowing it to smithereens. Astronomers using relatively small telescopes around the globe have spotted the brightest supernova ever seen, shining about 20 times brighter than the 100 billion stars in the entire Milky Way galaxy — or, put another way, as …

Will this European satellite confirm Einstein’s last unproven idea?

The Lisa Pathfinder will test equipment for an orbiting observatory that will peer into the universe’s darkest corners<p>It was perhaps the greatest scientific achievement of the 20th century. And next week space scientists will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the publication of Albert Einstein’s …

Physics

How Is It Possible That Galaxies Are Moving Away From Us Faster Than the Speed of Light?

According to Albert Einstein, the speed of light is an absolute constant beyond which nothing can move faster. So, how can galaxies be traveling …

Neil DeGrasse Tyson's best quotes may make you fall in love with science all over again

But deGrasse Tyson also has a serious side, which he reveals time and again in his books, shows, Twitter page, and popular science articles.<p>Often, deGrasse Tyson's humor strikes a serious chord that not only makes us laugh but also think. As a popular science educator, deGrasse Tyson is out to …

Middle School

Humai Wants To Resurrect Humans Within 30 Years

A new quest to defeat death--or at least make it optional<p><i>Spoilers ahead for those who aren’t caught up,</i>​ but last season of Game of Thrones ended with a true Caesar ​outcome​ for all-around-hero (and potential Azor Ahai) Jon Snow. But unlike Caesar, today HBO teased the ​apparent​ resurrection of …

Barack Obama calls Paris massacre 'outrageous'

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> President Barack Obama on Friday condemned the Paris terror attacks, calling them an "outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians" and pledging the U.S. government's assistance to France.<p>"This is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values we share," Obama said …

Barack Obama

Nasa reveals solar winds stripped Mars' atmosphere

Nasa announces new findings relating to the atmosphere of Mars which could give insight into the planet's past and the possibility of life on the red planet

Where Did Halloween Come From?

<b>Question: What is Halloween?</b><p><b>Sharon Gannon:</b> Well very, very old times – older than now, many, many years ago when people were more aligned with the …

Venus, Jupiter and Mars cross paths in pre-Halloween spectacle for last time until 2021

The three planets, all pursuing their ordinary orbits around the sun, will be visible until around October 29 but will be best witnessed on October 26 before dawn<p>Early risers are in for a treat this month, and for those rising early on October 26, the treat will be even greater.<p>Venus, Jupiter and …

15 Organizers You Didn't Know Your Bathroom Needed

Tidying up doesn't have to be about yet another plastic bin.<p>Tidying up doesn't have to be about yet <i>another</i> plastic bin.

Male brain is programmed to seek out sex over food

Brain cells specific to men fire up when mates are present and override the need to eat, scientists have found<p>It is said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but a new study suggests that when it comes to sex, food is the last thing on his mind.<p>Researchers have found that the male …

Mars: five big mysteries still left to solve on the Red Planet

After Nasa announces there is liquid water on Mars, what other mysterious discoveries can we expect to solve on the Red Planet?<p><b>Following Nasa's announcement of liquid water on Mars</b><b>,</b> we have looked at some of the other theories about what is left to be discovered on the Red Planet.<p>There are several …

What the Modern Presence of Water on Mars Means

Mars may be the solar system’s most tragic planet. It once had a dense atmosphere; it once fairly sloshed with water; just one of its oceans may have …

Mars Mission

Andromeda galaxy next door to Milky Way

The Andromeda galaxy is the closest spiral galaxy to our Milky Way and the most distant thing you can see with your eye alone. Find it in your night …

New Pluto Images Hint At Alien Weather Cycle

The dwarf planet may have a hydrological cycle, but it's not like ours<p>For all intents and purposes, Pluto and Earth don’t have a lot in common. One is a planet, one is not (or at least not officially). One is an ice world, while the other is mostly water. One is red, the other blue. But black and …

Demolished buildings around the world

The Crystal Palace was a huge glass and iron structure in London's Hyde Park.Wikimedia Commons<p>The world's skylines are constantly changing.<p>Some of the most historically stunning architectural gems are now gone forever, thanks to new constructions, natural disasters, and political conflicts.<p>While …

Skyscrapers

LHC creates liquid from Big Bang

Scientists using the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have produced tiny droplets of a state of matter thought to have existed right at the birth of the …