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Steam in your pocket: how Win32 PC gaming could energize Microsoft's mobile ambitions
Windows Central At WinHEC 2016, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 for ARM devices, opening up an entire universe of new possibilities. Devices running on ARM... 6 hours
The Universe Is Flat — Now What?
LIVE SCIENCE Spoiler alert: the universe is flat. 10 hours
second generation stars identified giving clues about their predecessors Second-Generation Stars Identified, Giving Clues About Their Predecessors
ASTRO WATCH University of Notre Dame astronomers have identified what they believe to be the second generation of stars, shedding light on... 9 hours
The Universe Is Flat — Now What?
SPACE.COM Spoiler alert: the universe is flat. 13 hours
Atlas of the RNA universe takes shape
PHYS.ORG As the floor plan of the living world, DNA guides the composition of animals ranging from unicellular organisms to humans. DNA not only helps shepherd every organism from birth through death, it also plays... 14 hours
the pre 2016 entertainment that got us through 2016 The pre-2016 entertainment that got us through 2016
THE VERGE VIDEO As we head into the final weeks of 2016, the inevitable nostalgia for six to 11 months ago is kicking... 14 hours
Second-generation stars identified, giving clues about their predecessors
SCIENCE DAILY Astronomers have identified what they believe to be the second generation of stars, shedding light on the nature of the universe's first stars. 18 hours
Dark Matter Not So Clumpy After All
SPACE.COM Dark matter, the mysteriously invisible substance that makes up about 27 percent of the mass in the universe, may not be as clumpy as scientists previously thought. 19 hours
Dark matter may be smoother than expected
PHYS.ORG Analysis of a giant new galaxy survey, made with ESO's VLT Survey Telescope in Chile, suggests that dark matter may be less dense and more smoothly distributed throughout space than previously thought. An international... 21 hours
today s google doodle celebrates the first astronomer to measure the speed of light Today’s Google doodle celebrates the first astronomer to measure the speed of light
THE VERGE Today’s Google doodle pays homage to a discovery that has... 22 hours
Second-generation stars identified, giving clues about their predecessors
PHYS.ORG University of Notre Dame astronomers have identified what they believe to be the second generation of stars, shedding light on the nature of the universe's first stars. 1 day
how tom cruise s the mummy will launch a marvel like reboot of the universal monsters How Tom Cruise's The Mummy will launch a Marvel-like reboot of the Universal Monsters
THE VERGE In the age of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,... 2 days
OpenAI’s Universe is the fun parent every artificial intelligence deserves
TechCrunch  Every parent’s worst nightmare is a student spending more time playing video games and surfing the... 2 days
Ex-GV CEO Bill Maris said to be launching health care investment fund, Section 32
TechCrunch  Section 32, the new healthcare-focused venture fund reportedly... 3 days
The case for co-decaying dark matter
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—There isn't as much dark matter around today as there used to be. According to one of the most popular models of dark matter, the universe contained much more dark matter early on when the temperature... 3 days
Colliding galaxy clusters
PHYS.ORG Galaxy clusters contain a few to thousands of galaxies and are the largest bound structures in the universe. Most galaxies are members of a cluster. Our Milky Way, for example, is a member of the "Local Group," a set of... 3 days
'The Glass Universe': How Women 'Computers' Measured the Stars
SPACE.COM In the mid-19th century, women worked at the Harvard College Observatory as human computers, studying photographic plates of stars and unveiling some of the most fundamental discoveries of our universe. 3 days
Cassini Probe Will Have Busy Final Year at Titan
SPACE.COM Saturn's moon Titan is being used by scientists to better understand the Earth's atmosphere. One day, it could give scientist a clue about the likelihood of non-Earthlike lifeforms evolving in... 3 days
the mummy s first trailer is mission impossible with a supernatural twist The Mummy’s first trailer is Mission: Impossible with a supernatural twist
THE VERGE VIDEO Marvel may have kicked off the current expanded cinematic universe craze, but the concept... 3 days
embryonic cluster galaxy immersed in giant cloud of cold gas Embryonic Cluster Galaxy Immersed in Giant Cloud of Cold Gas
ASTRO WATCH Astronomers studying a cluster of still-forming protogalaxies seen as they were more than 10 billion years... 4 days
Cargo Spaceship Crash and Pluto's Heavy Heart: The Week's Top Space Stories
SPACE.COM A Russian cargo vessel crashed shortly after launching toward the International Space Station, and astronomers came up with a new hypothesis about Pluto's iconic... 4 days
Battle hordes of vile rats and impossible odds in Warhammer: The End Times for Xbox and PC
Windows Central Every weekend, Windows Central livestreams an Xbox One or Steam game for 1-2 hours... 4 days
marvel vs capcom infinite set for 2017 ultimate mvc3 on ps4 today Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite set for 2017, Ultimate MVC3 on PS4 today
THE VERGE VIDEO During today’s Playstation Experience event, Sony and Capcom unveiled the latest iteration of the Marvel vs. Capcom series, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, which is... 5 days
Astronomers Witness Birth of Massive Cluster Galaxy
SCI-NEWS.COM Massive galaxies may grow from cold molecular gas that condenses as stars rather than forming in violent mergers, according to an international... 5 days
here s the climate change podcast you didn t know you were looking for Here's the climate change podcast you didn't know you were looking for
THE VERGE I’ve been terrified about what humans do to our planet since I learned about the hole in the ozone layer in elementary school. I... 6 days
Bethlehem star may not be a star after all
PHYS.ORG It is the nature of astronomers and astrophysicists to look up at the stars with wonder, searching for answers to the still-unsolved mysteries of the universe. The Star of Bethlehem,... 6 days
first click how many star wars movies is too many First Click: How many Star Wars movies is too many?
THE VERGE VIDEO We're less than three weeks away from a new Star Wars movie — Rogue One will... 7 days
Amazon Web Services is rolling out a way to use just the GPU power you need
TechCrunch  Amazon is rolling out... 1 week
everything coming to netflix amazon prime and hbo now in december Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in December
THE VERGE VIDEO The holiday season brings with it surprises and wonder, and that holds true even... 1 week
Amazon Web Services is rolling out a way to use to use just the GPU power you need
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Data from ISS Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer suggests possibility of unknown source of positrons
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers known as the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) Collaboration has found evidence of a possible unknown source of positrons... 1 week
What Will We Do When Hubble Dies?
SPACE.COM Though NASA will launch its next major space telescope in 2018, when the aging Hubble is retired we'll lose sight of the ultraviolet universe. 1 week
Universe's constants now known with sufficient certainty to redefine the International System of Units
PHYS.ORG Fundamental constants are physical quantities that are universal in nature. For example, the speed of light in vacuum and the... 1 week
Violent collision of massive supernova with surrounding gas powers superluminous supernovae
PHYS.ORG In a unique study, an international team of researchers including members from the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) simulated... 1 week
‘The Glass Universe’ celebrates astronomy’s unsung heroines
SCIENCE-NEWS In “The Glass Universe,” science writer Dava Sobel shines a light on the women at the Harvard Observatory who mapped the stars. 2 weeks
Mars Ice Deposit and Thanksgiving in Space: Week's Top Space Stories
SPACE.COM Scientists found a buried ice deposit on Mars that holds more water than Lake Superior, and astronauts celebrated Thanksgiving aboard the International Space Station. Here are... 2 weeks
No Man’s Sky’s upcoming update paves the way for building bases
TechCrunch  The sci-fi universe wandering game No Man’s Sky got a vocal and sizeable negative... 2 weeks
NA64 hunts the mysterious dark photon
PHYS.ORG One of the biggest puzzles in physics is that eighty-five percent of the matter in our universe is "dark": it does not interact with the photons of the conventional electromagnetic force and is therefore invisible to... 2 weeks
na64 hunts the mysterious dark photon NA64 hunts the mysterious dark photon
CERN VIDEO Stefania Pandolfi An overview of the NA64 experimental set-up at CERN. NA64 hunts down dark photons, hypothetic dark matter particles. (Image: Maximilien Brice/CERN) One... 2 weeks
New network to trace the evolution of the universe
SCIENCE DAILY A new network will bring European research, science and business together to further our understanding of the early universe and its constituents, say authors of a new report. 2 weeks
Shear brilliance: Computing tackles the mystery of the dark universe
PHYS.ORG Scientists from The University of Manchester working on a revolutionary telescope project have harnessed the power of distributed computing from the UK's GridPP collaboration to tackle one of... 2 weeks
Researchers propose an explanation for the mysterious onset of a universal process
SCIENCE DAILY A new article describes the physics behind fast magnetic reconnection. Magnetic reconnection takes place when the magnetic field lines embedded in a plasma --... 2 weeks
Screen to beam technology: The rise of haptic interfaces
PHYS.ORG Haptic interfaces have been readily adopted because of their intuitive ease of use and convenience. Obvious examples are the screens for your mobile phone or other computing devices where keyboards... 2 weeks
Sonos speaker just $150 for Black Friday - CNET
CNET The sweet-sounding Play:1 is the cheapest way to enter the Sonos multiroom audio universe. And it's 25 percent cheaper this Black Friday. 2 weeks
This star is the roundest natural object in the universe - CNET
CNET Well, that has been observed, anyway. 2 weeks
Large number of dwarf galaxies discovered in the early universe
SCIENCE DAILY Astronomers have found, for the first time, a large population of distant dwarf galaxies that could reveal important details about a productive period of star formation in the... 2 weeks
Large Number of Dwarf Galaxies Discovered in the Early Universe
ASTRO WATCH A team of researchers, led by University of California, Riverside astronomers, found for the first time a large population of distant dwarf galaxies that could reveal important details... 2 weeks
Large number of dwarf galaxies discovered in the early universe
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers, led by University of California, Riverside astronomers, found for the first time a large population of distant dwarf galaxies that could reveal important details... 2 weeks
Titanfall 2 Xbox One review — why isn't it selling?
Windows Central Titanfall was among the Xbox One's first great exclusives, securing a sequel under EA publishing. Developed by the team behind Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Respawn Entertainment promised... 2 weeks
Why stories about aliens are always stories about humanity
THE VERGE When it comes to depicting aliens on-screen, we’ve come a long way from little green men with bulbous heads and jet-black tea-saucer eyeballs. Cinematic aliens have assumed every shape and... 2 weeks
Forming stars in the early universe
PHYS.ORG The first stars appeared about one hundred million years after the big bang, and ever since then stars and star formation processes have lit up the cosmos. When the universe was about three billion years old,... 2 weeks
If we find ET, don't talk to it, says the man who wants to find ET
PHYS.ORG The question of whether there is intelligent life elsewhere in the universe has been asked by... 2 weeks
Bright Radio Bursts Probe Universe's Hidden Matter
ASTRO WATCH Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are mysterious flashes of radio waves originating outside our Milky Way galaxy. A team of scientists, jointly led by Caltech postdoctoral scholar Vikram Ravi and Curtin University research fellow... 3 weeks
Exploring Clocks, Calendars & the Universe with Gorgeous Cosmic Watch App
SPACE.COM Our clocks and calendars originate from the regular and predictable motions of the Earth, moon and sun. The digital era has allowed all of the geometry... 3 weeks
Whirlpools might have stirred up baby universe’s soup
SCIENCE-NEWS Vortices appear in the quark-gluon plasma produced in heavy-ion collisions. 3 weeks
Ultraprecise measurements in XXL
PHYS.ORG The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, called DESI, has an ambitious goal: to scan more than 35 million galaxies in the night sky to track the expansion of our universe and the growth of its large-scale structure over the last 10... 3 weeks
[Galaxies] How many galaxies are in the universe?
AAAS Counting the number of galaxies is a complicated problem because astronomical surveys are biased and incomplete: It is easier to detect a bright nearby galaxy than a faint distant one. – [Read... 3 weeks
Bright radio bursts probe universe's hidden matter
SCIENCE DAILY Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are mysterious flashes of radio waves originating outside our Milky Way galaxy. A team of scientists has now observed the most luminous FRB to date, called FRB 150807. 3 weeks
Warner Bros. acquiring fandom and gaming-focused network Machinima
THE VERGE Warner Bros. is buying Machinima, granting the company better access to gamers and comic fans. Machinima’s online network features programming focused on classic geek franchises like Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, and the... 3 weeks
The Best Gift Ideas in the Universe
SPACE.COM In honor of the beloved TV series' 50th anniversary, here's Space.com's top "Star Trek" gift picks. Whether you're a hardcore fan or a general space buff, it's illogical not to consider these gifts and... 3 weeks
Bright radio bursts probe universe's hidden matter
PHYS.ORG Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are mysterious flashes of radio waves originating outside our Milky Way galaxy. A team of scientists, jointly led by Caltech postdoctoral scholar Vikram Ravi and Curtin University research fellow... 3 weeks
A mysterious radio burst is helping astronomers probe the structure of the Universe
THE VERGE Astronomers have detected another mysterious flash of radio waves originating from deep space — and it’s the brightest one found to date.... 3 weeks
Augmented reality spider robots are finally here
THE VERGE Now that AR is a big deal, we have to decide what it's for. Is it for trippy Snapchat filters? Serious business stuff? Children? Or maybe it's for simulating warfare between spider robots. I'll... 3 weeks
Facebook won’t call itself a media company. Here’s how it can still support journalism
THE VERGE In the days leading up to and following this election, Facebook has been called lots of things — “a website,”... 3 weeks
Watch Lost Boy, a gorgeous and gritty cyberpunk short film
THE VERGE If you’re a fan of artist and designer Ash Thorp, there’s a good chance you’ve heard him talk about “Lost Boy,” a personal project that looked to blend... 3 weeks
Final Frontier Fashion: New 'Star Trek' Line Energizes ThinkGeek
SPACE.COM Ready to beam up a new wardrobe? A new set of "Star Trek" fashions has debuted on nerd gear website ThinkGeek, courtesy of a collaboration with "fangirl" fashion company Her... 3 weeks
Interactive map reveals hidden details of the Milky Way
SCIENCE-NEWS Gleamoscope, an interactive map, lets you explore the Milky Way galaxy and the nearby universe in many different electromagnetic frequencies. 3 weeks
The best moment from every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie video - CNET
CNET Each movie in the MCU is full of incredible moments. Here's CNET Managing Editor Eric Franklin's choices for the single best moment from each... 3 weeks
'Facts from Space!' Book Features Quirky Tidbits About the Universe
SPACE.COM A fun new book titled "Facts From Space!" makes learning about the universe easy and accessible. 4 weeks
A hydrogen-rich, passive galaxy
PHYS.ORG Cold gas in the form of neutral hydrogen atoms provides the reservoir for star formation in galaxies from the distant to the nearby Universe. Understanding how it accretes onto galaxies is of crucial importance because fresh supplies of gas fuel... 4 weeks
Doctor Strange or Trolls: Which is the trippier movie?
THE VERGE There are a lot of ways movies can be “trippy,” a word we apply liberally to any experience that replicates the effects of a mind-expanding substance. A dream within a... 4 weeks
Simulations show swirling rings, whirlpool-like structure in subatomic 'soup'
PHYS.ORG At its start, the universe was a superhot melting pot that very briefly served up a particle soup resembling a "perfect," frictionless fluid. Scientists have recreated this "soup," known as... 4 weeks
[Updated] The next Metro game has been outed by the accompanying book series' website
Windows Central Metro Redux remains one of the greatest and most atmospheric first person shooter packages on Xbox One today, but what... 4 weeks
Social media keeps reminding us of the timeline that could have been
THE VERGE We are living in the universe in which Donald Trump won the presidency. But that’s a lot harder to accept any time I open... 4 weeks
What are active galactic nuclei?
PHYS.ORG In the 1970s, astronomers became aware of a compact radio source at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy – which they named Sagittarius A. After many decades of observation and mounting evidence, it was theorized that the... 4 weeks
8 Galaxies With Unusual Names
SPACE.COM There are billions upon billions of galaxies in our universe, but only a handful have common names — and some of them might surprise you. 4 weeks
New flowchart to eliminate universe models
PHYS.ORG Cosmologists have many possible models for the universe, of which only one can be true. A new flowchart detailed in Physical Review D on November 7 will eliminate some of them when two specific universe features... 4 weeks
Researcher presents work to understand formation of the universe
PHYS.ORG A Manchester-based astrophysicist has presented research at a major international conference which is expected to provide scientists with valuable insights into the behaviour of gravity in the early stages of... 4 weeks
A pulsar and white dwarf dance together in a surprising orbit
PHYS.ORG Searching the universe for strange new star systems can lead to some pretty interesting finds. And sometimes, it can turn up phenomena that contradict everything we... 4 weeks
8 Galaxies With Unusual Names
LIVE SCIENCE There are billions upon billions of galaxies in our universe, but only a handful have common names — and some of them might surprise you. 4 weeks
Final Fantasy XV is getting a mobile spinoff from the creators of Game of War
THE VERGE Final Fantasy XV is getting perhaps its most surprising spinoff yet. It’s a new game developed by the... 1 month
Question Club: Breaking down the good, bad, and awkward of Doctor Strange
THE VERGE Back in 2013, when Marvel Studios first confirmed that a Doctor Strange movie would be part of Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe... 1 month
Doctor Strange’s murky morality brings it close to being a supervillain origin story
THE VERGE Doctor Strange hit theaters just a few days ago, catapulting fans deep into the weird far reaches of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.... 1 month
When was the first light in the universe?
PHYS.ORG The speed of light gives us an amazing tool for studying the universe. Because light only travels a mere 300,000 kilometers per second, when we see distant objects, we're looking back in... 1 month
CERN at the beginning of everything
CERN The beginning of everything exhibition opened in Vienna this month with an event attended by Professor Peter Higgs. (Image: NHMWien) The beginning of everything is a new exhibition that opened this month in Vienna. It hopes... 1 month
'Doctor Strange' Astrophysicist Talks Mind-Bending Marvel Science
LIVE SCIENCE With "Doctor Strange," coming to theaters this Friday (Nov. 4), Marvel is taking its cinematic universe in a more mystical direction that may seem to diverge from the space travel, gods-as-aliens and DNA-based superpowers... 1 month
Tsunami of stars and gas keeps an 'eye' on the universe - CNET
CNET When two galaxies slammed into each other, they sent stars and gases swirling, forming this entrancing "eye." 1 month
Everyday life can be annoying, but now you can share your pain in this challenge
THE VERGE There are many moments in my day that I would classify as deeply annoying and utterly inconsequential. Such... 1 month
Study Confirms that Novae Are Main Source of Lithium in the Universe
ASTRO WATCH Lithium, the lightest solid element in existence, plays an important role in our lives, both at the biological and the technological level. Like the... 1 month
'Doctor Strange' Astrophysicist Talks Mind-Bending Marvel Science
SPACE.COM With "Doctor Strange," coming to theaters this Friday (Nov. 4), Marvel is taking its cinematic universe in a more mystical direction that may seem to diverge from the space travel, gods-as-aliens and DNA-based superpowers... 1 month
Diana goes to war in the latest Wonder Woman trailer
THE VERGE The latest trailer for Wonder Woman just landed, and here we see Diana (Gal Gadot) looking back on how ugly a world at war can be. Here, she... 1 month
Asynt develops new features and options for MultiCell high pressure parallel reactor
NEWS MEDICAL The Asynt MultiCell is a lightweight, high pressure parallel reactor designed for undertaking experiments including carbonylation, hydrogenation, catalysis and supercritical fluid reactions as well... 1 month
Study confirms that stellar novae are the main source of lithium in the universe
PHYS.ORG Lithium, the lightest solid element, is created during astrophysical phenomena, but its origin has been elusive. Recently, a group of... 1 month
Units of measure are getting a fundamental upgrade
SCIENCE-NEWS New units based on fundamental properties of the universe will make measurements more precise. 1 month
SPACE NEWS WEBCASTS: Future of James Webb Space Telescope News Conference
SPACE.COM NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden will provide an update on the under-construction James Webb Space Telescope's future and its role investigating the universe in a news conference... 1 month
The cosmic crime-scene hunt for clues on how galaxies are formed
PHYS.ORG How did large galaxies, like our own Milky Way and the nearby Andromeda Galaxy, emerge from the featureless soup that existed after the birth of our... 1 month
WATCH LIVE @ 9am ET: Future of James Webb Space Telescope News Conference
SPACE.COM NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden will provide an update on the under-construction James Webb Space Telescope's future and discuss its role investigating the... 1 month
PLATINUM DIVERSITY study evaluates clinical outcomes after stent implantation in women, minorities
NEWS MEDICAL A dedicated stent study conducted exclusively in women and minority patients evaluated clinical outcomes within the era of contemporary PCI, comparing these results to... 1 month
Japan rocket with manga art launches satellite into space
PHYS.ORG A Japanese rocket that fired a weather satellite into space on Wednesday was decked out in colourful manga in a bid to raise awareness among kids about the wonders of... 1 month
Cosmic Connection: Structural Similarity Found in Both Human Cells and Neutron Stars
ASTRO WATCH We humans may be more aligned with the universe than we realize. According to research published in the journal Physical Review C, neutron stars... 1 month
WATCH LIVE WEDNESDAY @ 9am ET: Future of James Webb Space Telescope News Conference
SPACE.COM NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden will provide an update on the under-construction James Webb Space Telescope's future and discuss its role... 1 month
You Can 3D Print Your Own Mini Universe
LIVE SCIENCE Have you ever wondered what the universe looks like in all of its entirety, or how it would feel to hold the universe in the palm of your hand? Good news: It... 1 month
You Can 3D Print Your Own Mini Universe
SPACE.COM Have you ever wondered what the universe looks like in all of its entirety, or how it would feel to hold the universe in the palm of your hand? Good news: It... 1 month
'Baby Universe' In The Palm Of Your Hand With 3D Print | Video
LIVE SCIENCE The oldest light in the Universe, known as the cosmic microwave background, is now available to be 3D printed for study. Dr.... 1 month
Scientists confirm a structural similarity found in both human cells and neutron stars
PHYS.ORG We humans may be more aligned with the universe than we realize. According to research published in the journal Physical Review C,... 1 month
3D Print Your Own Mini Universe
SPACE.COM Have you ever wondered what the universe looks like in all of its entirety, or how it would feel to hold the universe in the palm of your hand? Good news: It is now possible to... 1 month
The southern San Andreas has a smaller, neighboring fault to its west
SCIENCE-NEWS The newly-discovered Salton Trough Fault runs parallel to the southern San Andreas Fault in California, potentially affecting the region’s earthquake risk. 1 month
3D Printer Puts 'Baby Universe' In The Palm Of Your Hand | Video
SPACE.COM The oldest light in the Universe, known as the cosmic microwave background, is now available to be 3D printed for study. Dr.... 1 month
'Rogue One' droid K-2SO athletic, full of attitude, insider says - CNET
CNET Special effects Jedi master Neal Scanlan also says "Rogue One" director Gareth Edwards stamps his personality on the Star Wars universe. 1 month
These Scary Things in Space Will Haunt Your Dreams
SPACE.COM Witches, ghosts and ghouls don't just haunt the Earth on Halloween night — such spooky figures exist throughout the universe, too. Here are some of the most spine-chilling space photos... 1 month
Physicists Make it Possible to 3D Print Your Own Baby Universe
ASTRO WATCH Researchers have created a 3D printed cosmic microwave background - a map of the oldest light in the universe - and provided the files for download.... 1 month
The ethics of colonizing Mars
TechCrunch  Should we take ourselves to other planets? Human rationality and values have woven dark, damaged, all-powerful systems into the tapestry of civilization. Most notably: capitalism and consumerism. Do we see ourselves moving planet to planet, sucking life out... 1 month
Alien contact? Don't jump the gun: Bob McDonald
CBC According to two Quebec astronomers, unusual signals coming from 234 sun-like stars suggest that alien civilizations could be reaching out. If true, this would have a profound effect on our understanding of... 1 month
Physicists make it possible to 3D print your own baby universe
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have created a 3D printed cosmic microwave background - a map of the oldest light in the universe - and provided the files for download. 1 month
Doctor Strange review: when pretty weird is not weird enough
THE VERGE The other night, I watched a movie about a selfish, devil-may-care genius who suddenly ends up injured and helpless. As a result, he discovers the importance of helping... 1 month
Relax, the expansion of the universe is still accelerating
PHYS.ORG There's been a whirlwind of commentary of late speculating that the acceleration of the expanding universe might not be real after all. 1 month
Physicists make it possible to 3-D print your own baby universe
PHYS.ORG Researchers have created a 3D printed cosmic microwave background - a map of the oldest light in the universe - and provided the files for download. 1 month
Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere universe could be the next big fantasy film series
THE VERGE Hot on the heels of buying the movie rights of Ken Liu’s The Grace of Kings, Variety reports that China-based DMG Entertainment is back with a... 1 month
Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere universe headed to big screen - CNET
CNET "The Way of Kings" gets the green light as the first Sanderson book lined up for movie treatment, with a screenplay coming from the "Saw" writing team. 1 month
God Particle is definitely another J.J. Abrams-produced Cloverfield movie, right?
THE VERGE Today, The Wrap released a report confirming that the upcoming film God Particle — directed by Julius Onah and produced by J.J. Abrams — is actually the next... 1 month
 
 

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