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There's only one it's-the-future-why-don't-we-have-x trope that rivals the flying car, and that's the space elevator. (First proposed in 1895, it might even predate it.) The idea of a giant tower that can carry us from Earth to outer space is legend

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Cody Wilson (WikiWeapon) talks about printable guns - Tarrin Lupo (author, Pirates of Savannah) on Paul Festival and the RNC in Tampa - Ed Vallejo provides a summary of his experiences while attending Paul Festival over the weekend, and what is going

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Bill Nye, host of the popular nineties children’s show Bill Nye the Science Guy, is warning parents to not teach their children creationism because, he says, it does them a disservice by undermining their scientific understanding and development.

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A rogue state is on the verge of developing a deadly biological weapon against which the rest of the world has no defense. Its connections to extremist groups and smugglers, regime could be planning to launch bio attacks on U.S. allies and interests.

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Inspired by maverick genius Nikola Tesla, Wil Cashen invented an electric pickup truck. Now the Los Angeles-based engineer and entrepreneur wants to pay homage to his role model by making a docudrama about the eccentric Serbian-American inventor.

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The Mars rover Curiosity’s first roll was more than a cause for celebration — it will help pinpoint where the rover set down, and emblazon the name of its maker into the Martian soil. Curiosity’s wheels have holes arranged in the Morse code pattern f

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