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(The following article is dedicated to Joseph Gerard Polchinski, who we lost - February 3rd, 2018) February 5th, this year, two days after the death of physicist Joseph Gerard Polchinski, Sam Bashor and DJ Wooldridge of the aptly named podcast, Only Stupid Answers, had on that very same show, the African American member of the NBC time travel adventure show, Timeless - Malcolm Barrett. The episode was titled, Time Travel - What Are the Best Rules? Featuring Malcolm Barrett!, from which you can d...
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Paul Levinsona day ago
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Ryan Epps6 days ago
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Matthew Kresal9 days ago
Review: 'Silver Screen Saucers'
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Ryan Epps25 days ago
Expect More than the Unexpected at the 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival
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Crow Zing a month ago
Is the Matrix Real?
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Michelle Spittle11 days ago
Are the Mayan’s Correct? Are We Heading for an Environmental Catastrophe?
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Rich Monettia month ago
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Jessica Haight40 minutes ago
Twisted Rings
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Extraterrestrials?
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What Is Truth?
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Captain Sulley12 days ago
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Kelsey Lange4 months ago
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Pierre Roustan5 months ago
5 Articles About Earth and the Creatures on It That'll Shock the Crap Out of You
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Matthew Sullivan7 months ago
My Personal Ranking of Star Wars Movies
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Hayden Sciera25 days ago
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K BPa month ago
Traveler
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Josh Whiteheada month ago
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Paul Zuniga2 months ago
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Alexander Hilton18 days ago
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Crow Zing a month ago
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Paul Levinson2 days ago
Review of 'I Thought You Would Last Forever'
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Paul Levinson4 days ago
Review of 'The Cloverfield Paradox'
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Joseph Pecher8 days ago
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C Alexandra3 months ago
Artificial Intelligence the Threat of Exposure
To put it simply, at its core functionality, artificial intelligence (AI) uses pattern recognition software to simulate natural intelligence (NI). When combined with a database of trial and error alre...
Athena Maverick 3 months ago
Beware Modern Technology
The gleaming, shiny surface of my new MacBook Pro shone like a beacon as the Best Buy guy set up my new computer. I sat as still as I possibly could while I watched the technician fiddle with cords an...