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To publicize its docu-series "Through the Wormhole," the Science Channel presents Morgan Freeman and a balloon.
For years now, Crave's Eric Mack has been telling the story of the UFO he saw over a decade ago. Turns out he's probably had it all wrong that whole time.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson frequently uses Twitter to rate how well popular sci-fi films follow scientific principles. How did Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" stack up?
Those Angry Birds seem even angrier now that they're stuck in deep space in the latest installment for PCs, Macs, iOS, and Android.
Could the intrepid scientists at CERN have created a machine that could be used to travel into the future? In this video we find out.
George Takei asks the "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" franchises to sign a galactic treaty in order to face their common enemy: "Twilight."
With Donald, Darren, and Benito at the helm, there's nothing stopping us from devoting a third of the show to outer space. NASA has 19 billion dollars to burn, humanity gets a new planet to play with, and space flights get their own special beer. It's good thing too, because life on earth is getting creepy. Android apps are watching you, Groupon is launching a human breeding program, and the era of Minority Report pre-crime detection is nearly upon us. -Donald
In conjunction with his Discovery Channel documentary, Stephen Hawking offers some specifics about building your own time machine.
Worried about nitrates and carcinogens? Fear not!
There are plenty of cool gadgets in real life, but imagine if technology in films could be made. Here's a list of some of the movie technology we'd love to see manufactured in the near future