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10 Technologies That Congress Tried to Kill

Next week, the Senate could be meeting to vote on the Protect IP Act (PIPA), the bill that many people are warning could damage the Internet. It's a horrible prospect. Six Daleks are en route to NASA's Stennis Space Center disguised as "space shuttle engines" More »

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Are allergies for real?

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Allergies were pretty much completely unknown until the beginning of the twentieth century, and allergic diseases have skyrocketed in the last twenty years, and well over half of all Americans are allergic to an airborne substance. More »


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Why is the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons a big deal?

Yesterday, roleplaying game publisher Wizards of the Coast announced the development of a new edition of D&D. This revision comes less than four years after the release of the last edition of the stalwart RPG. More »

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If you ask Stephen Hawking for the secret to time travel, expect a snarky answer

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In 1995, The Face magazine asked Stephen Hawking if he knew the formula for time travel. The magazine received this pithy fax back from the physicist. More »


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Is Facebook really doomed to die?

Everybody seems to expect Facebook to die in the next few years. But there's a good chance it could outlast you. Could your "Facebook timeline" one day include decades of status updates, and love letters from the boyfriend you dumped 20 years ago? More »

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All The Science Fiction and Fantasy Books We're Dying to Read in 2012

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Science fiction and fantasy books are bigger than ever. A Dance With Dragons and Stephen King's time-travel saga rule the bestseller lists. Literary authors all flock to write about zombies, apocalypses and time travel. More »


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Six Daleks are en route to NASA's Stennis Space Center disguised as "space shuttle engines"

NASA says they're "Pratt Whitney Rocketdyne engines" from space shuttles Endeavour and Atlantis... but we think they look an awful lot like incognito Dalek shipping containers. More »

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Beautiful People is like Stepford Wives meets Blade Runner

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Thought-provoking science fiction is in short supply on network TV in the U.S. - so it's a hopeful sign that NBC has ordered a pilot for Beautiful People. More »


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Creepy abandoned doll factory will haunt your nightmares

Is there anything creepier than a creepy doll? How about an abandoned factory filled with the dingy remains of creepy dolls? In Spain sits one the most unnerving ruined place you'll see today. More »

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When the Smithsonian discovered an ancient Egyptian colony in the Grand Canyon

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Did Egyptians cross the Pacific Ocean and wander the American Southwest thousands of years ago? In the early 20th century, claims of such a discovery were made by two Smithsonian-funded archaeologists. More »


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CG-free clip from Planet of the Apes shows why Andy Serkis should get an Oscar nod

Many people forget that behind the screaming CG primate face in Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a human, Andy Serkis. Fox has released this CG-free clip of Serkis losing his damn mind, after James Franco drops him off in the ape sanctuary. More »

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A ton of Disney Princesses, drawn in the "comic book style"

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Some of you may remember Danger Girl artist J. Scott Campbell's first round of fairy tale princesses, which depicted Cinderella and Snow White as heroines who were allergic to every textile invented. More »