Excerpted from Quantum Strangeness: Wrestling with Bell’s Theorem and the Ultimate Nature of Reality by George Greenstein. Foreword by David Kaiser. Copyright 2019, The MIT PRESS. It was many years ago
Robot custodians are one step closer to taking care of spacecraft. NASA just inched closer to having robots take care of spacecraft. The agency recently completed its first hardware checkouts for Bumble
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