The Results of a 100,000-Person Quantum Experiment Seem To Violate Einstein’s Theory of Local Realism
The largest participatory experiment in quantum physics is helping physicists better understand the nature of reality by eliminating free will from the equation. When you close your eyes, you don’t assume
Stephen Hawking has revealed from beyond the grave his final scientific theory - that the universe is a hologram. The cosmologist, who died on March 14, has challenged previous theories of cosmic "inflation"
There are so many amazing ways artificial intelligence and machine learning are used behind the scenes to impact our everyday lives and inform business decisions and optimize operations for some of the
Corey Pein took his half-baked startup idea to America’s hottest billionaire factory – and found a wasteland of techie hustlers and con men The most desirable career of the 21st century, with numerous
Our tax code is deliberately designed to reward money over work, and the corporate tax cut financially rewards companies for moving money and jobs overseas In 2013, just a few years after the 2008 financial
It’s excusable if you didn’t notice it when a scientist named Daniel J. Buehrer, a retired professor from the National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan, published a white paper earlier this month proposing
One spring morning in 2015, Barbara Lipska got up as usual, dyed her hair and went for a jog in her suburban Virginia neighborhood. But when she returned from a much longer than expected run, her husband
If you're savvy with code, you can employ a script that repeatedly alters your Facebook posts with nonsense, making it more difficult for the social media site to collect user data. In the wake of the
iOS 11.3, the latest version of Apple's iPhone and iPad operating system, is available now -- and it offers more features than you might expect from a ".3" release. Whether you're interested in augmented
Onboarding, a term used to describe the period between job offer acceptance and assimilation (anywhere from 30 days to a year depending on the organization), is a critical time for new employees. Not do
GLOUSTER, Ohio — At first, the experiment didn’t have a name. Right after the election, Erik Hagerman decided he’d take a break from reading about the hoopla of politics. Donald Trump’s victory shook Badly.
Carbon-free fusion power could be ‘on the grid in 15 years’ The dream of nuclear fusion is on the brink of being realised, according to a major new US initiative that says it will put fusion power on grid
Putin has touted an 'invincible' nuclear weapon that really exists — here's how it works and why it deeply worries experts
• During a speech on Thursday, Russian president Vladimir Putin showed test footage of a new intercontinental ballistic missile.• The nuclear weapon, called the RS-28 Sarmat or Satan 2, has been in development
• Chain stores have arrived in the legal marijuana industry.• MedMen, a retail company that runs marijuana dispensaries nationwide, was valued at $1 billion in a new funding round.• Known as the Apple
Statistics came well before computers. It would be very different if it were the other way around. The stats most people learn in high school or college come from the time when computations were done pen
Why Did This Russian Skater Win a Gold Medal? Partly Because She Was Smart Enough to Outsmart the System
Unlike stopwatch sports with finish lines -- speed skating, downhill skiing, etc. -- figure skating is scored subjectively. A panel of judges evaluates each skater's technical and artistic performance.