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Elon Musk explains how he would bomb Mars

Technically Incorrect: Tesla's CEO wants to create constant nuclear pulse explosions so that there'd be two little suns to heat the planet and make it ready for our arrival.

By October 3, 2015


Everything coming and going on Netflix for October

There are a ton of new movies and TV shows hitting Netflix in October. Also, the beginning of October sees lots of titles going offline.

By September 28, 2015


Mr Hoverboard kit really hovers, leaf blowers not included

You too can have a working hoverboard with Mr Hoverboard. It's not quite the same as what Marty McFly rode, but it does actually hover.

By October 5, 2015


Waiting for Mr. Right goes against evolutionary grain, says research

Technically Incorrect: A report by researchers at Michigan State University suggests we're hardwired to skip Mr. or Ms. Right in favor of Mr./Ms. Right Now.

By February 7, 2015


Astronomers find another 'Jupiter' orbiting a sun just like ours

A surprising find has researchers thinking that they may have discovered a "Solar System 2.0."

By July 15, 2015


It's official: You can refer to Steve Ballmer as Mr. Basketball

Microsoft's former CEO starts his second career as the NBA officially approves his purchase of the Los Angeles Clippers.

By August 12, 2014


Earth and moon 'double photobomb' of the sun is a NASA rarity

For the first time ever, the Earth and moon pair up to get in the way of the Solar Dynamic Observatory's view of the sun.

By September 15, 2015


Space station transits the sun in striking NASA image

Nine astronauts are hidden inside the silhouette of the space station as it moves across the glowing face of the sun.

By September 8, 2015


Our best of Comic-Con 2015 includes 'Batman v. Superman' and 'Star Wars' (Tomorrow Daily 207)

We loved just about everything at this year's Comic-Con, but there were a few things that really stood out to us as spectacular. What was your favorite part of this year's SDCC?

By July 13, 2015


See the sun go through seasons of sizzle and simmer in new image

Every 11 or so years, the sun goes through a period of high, then low activity. A new image from the European Space Agency shows the phenomenon at a glance.

By July 14, 2015