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How an Australian College Student Did What NASA Couldn't

Paddy Neumann's final project—which proposes using junk metal as rocket fuel—could change space travel forever.<p>Paddy Neumann kind of looks like someone who's really into brewing beer. But back when he was a third year student at the University of Sydney, the now Dr. Neumann started on a course of …

Space Travel

“Dilbert” creator Scott Adams has endorsed Donald Trump in the most “Dilbert” way possible

<i>Dilbert</i> creator Scott Adams, whose daily comic strip has been brilliantly skewering American office life and the worker-manager relationship for nearly three decades, is supporting Donald Trump for US president. And no, he’s apparently not joking.<p>The California-based cartoonist, who endorsed …

Dilbert

A Rare Black Moon Will Rise in the Sky on Friday Night

Get ready for some excellent stargazing.<p>When it comes to rare lunar events, September 2016 seems to be the month that keeps on giving: This Friday, September 30, a Black Moon will rise in the skies of the Western Hemisphere, a phenomenon we haven't seen since March 2014.<p>So what is a Black Moon …

Time Might Only Exist in Your Head. And Everyone Else's

Past. Present. Future.<p>In physics, they are all the same thing. But to you, me, and everyone else, time moves in one direction: from expectation, …

NASA launches a free public archive of its recent research results

If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about all of NASA’s extraordinary research, you’re going to love this. The space agency has launched PubSpace, a new portal that lets you sift through its research results easily.<p>The searchable archive is a trove of science journal articles borne out of …

Scientists Possibly Find "Revolutionary" Fifth Force of Nature

Physicists appear to be on the verge of a tremendous discovery. While examining an anomaly reported by a 2015 study on dark matter, a research team …

Physics

Lost cities #8: mystery of Cahokia – why did North America's largest city vanish?

Long before Columbus reached the Americas, Cahokia was the biggest, most cosmopolitan city north of Mexico. Yet by 1350 it had been deserted by its native inhabitants the Mississippians – and no one is sure why<p>In its prime, about four centuries before Columbus stumbled on to the western hemisphere, …

Archaeology

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Largest Map Ever Made Will Unlock The History Of The Universe

1.2 million galaxies<p>What you're looking at is a slice of the entire universe, a web of galaxies billions of light years away. You're also looking into the past, since the further into the distance you look, the longer it took that light to reach your eyes. It all seems a lot smaller until you …

Dark Matter

The Only 3 Things to Do (Over and Over) to Make Your Brand Stand Out

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Customers want more than an experience. They want emotion.<p>Customers want a brand that they feel they need in their lives, according to the “The Brand Gap” by Marty Neumeier. The definition of a “brand is a person’s gut feeling about a …

Customer Experience

Grandpa Builds ‘Disney’ In Backyard To Get Grandkids Over

This grandpa’s “Disney” backyard has a legitimate rollercoaster<p>A California grandpa turned his extra outdoor space into a “Disney” backyard that any …

Walt Disney Company

Do You Really Need a Dedicated Graphics Card to Play Your Favorite Games?

I played today’s popular PC games with no dedicated video card, and I kinda liked it.<p>When you innocently say the words "integrated graphics" to those who play PC games, don't expect a positive response. Or for them to not laugh in your face. Graphics processor units (GPUs) that are combined with …

Computer Hardware

This is 2016's best travel photograph, says National Geographic

A horseback rider charging from the morning mist is the star of this year's National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year selection.<p>The …

The 1 Type of Complaining That Will Make You Feel Better, According to Science

Study after study shows complaining makes people miserable. This is the one exception.<p>Complaining is bad for your mood, your brain, your listener, and even your body, according to a boatload of scientific research. So why do people do it anyway?<p>We're not masochists, obviously. Most of us love to …

Psychology