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A 13th-century bishop's theory about the formation of the universe has intriguing parallels with the theory of multiple universes.
Food researchers have pinned down the ideal gravitational conditions for frying "potato sticks," and they're not found on this side of the asteroid belt.
The late opera icon who died at the age of 53 would have been 90 years old on December 2.
Is the internet really destroying our brains? Neuro-ethicist Neil Levy doesn't believe so.
As James Whittaker pines for a passing golden age, we offer a few reasons why he ought to smell the coffee.
On today's show, we rush you along so we can go watch the San Francisco Giants ticker-tape parade. But in actual tech news, Silicon Valley fails to take over California politics, Google's really sorry about the whole Buzz thing, but not in a "pay you" kind of way, and if you're a Rangers fan, we now have the technology to erase that painful memory from your brain. --Molly
What is man? What is a resistor? In a rare example of metaphysics helping physics, the idea of the memristor was born.
Discovery from HP Labs into the untapped potential of the memristor chip could open the door for major advancements in the design and processing power of computers.
As widely discussed by privacy advocates and blogs, Facebook recently changed some of its privacy settings. Users are no longer able to limit the viewing of their profile photos, home towns, and friends lists to only approved friends.
I'm trying damn hard not to lose sight of the fact that something the size of a human tooth can store every article in Wikipedia's English-language encyclopedia