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10 Reasons Our Universe Might Actually Be Virtual Reality

Physical realism is the view that the physical world we see is real and exists by itself, alone. Most people think this is self-evident, but physical …

Telltale's The Walking Dead: Season Three confirmed

Telltale's The Walking Dead will return for a third season of episodes, the developer has confirmed.<p>The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and …

A Giant, Mysterious Hole Has Opened up at the ‘End of the World’ in Siberia — and It’s Left Scientists Baffled

A helicopter spotted a large mysterious hole in Siberia Tuesday — and it’s left scientists largely perplexed thus far.<p><i>— Scroll down for video —</i><p>A massive hole has opened up at the “end of the world” and baffled scientists. (Image source: Screen grab via YouTube)<p>The massive hole, about 260 feet wide, …

The Walking Dead Season Two Episode 4 gets new trailer, release date

Episode 4: Amid the Ruins is the penultimate chapter in Telltale’s hit series <b>The Walking Dead: Season Two</b> and now it has a release date. Here’s the …

New images from The Walking Dead season 5

Ahead of the first trailer for the upcoming fifth season of <b>The Walking Dead</b>, which is expected to debut at the San Diego Comic-Con, we’ve got a few …

CDC: Smallpox found in NIH storage room is alive

At least two of the vials employees at the National Institutes of Health found in an unused storage room earlier this month contain viable samples of the deadly smallpox virus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.<p>Employees found six forgotten vials when they were preparing to …

Is IBM Making Plans For The End Of Silicon?

As chips get smaller, chipmakers investigate new methods and materials.<p>Since the computer age began, microchips have consistently been shrunk to smaller and smaller sizes. Moore’s Law, articulated in 1965 by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, predicts, fairly accurately to date, that the number of …