article via: source Crawford was arrested Tuesday, after a sting operation by FBI agents in which they provided Crawford and his co-conspirator, engineer Eric J. Feight, with an nonfunctioning X-ray machine. This begs the question: Could an actual weapon be made from a working X-ray machine? X-rays are best known for taking pictures of the insides... Read more
How to Make Your Own Video Game article by: brandon widder Creating a video game is a daunting task. Big name developers like Bungie, Ubisoft, and Treyarch have budgets reaching into the millions, as well as a staff of designers and programmers working around the clock to bring the next blockbuster to your doorstep. It’s an incredibly... Read more
We live in a mobile, personal world, where more than 1.5 billion new mobile phones ship each year. Businesses that are most efficiently adapting to today’s “app economy” are the most successful at deepening customer engagement and driving new revenues in this ever-changing world. Where business opportunities abound, opportunities for “black hats” that conduct illicit... Read more
Scientists accidentally make ‘impossible material’ Upsalite - the world’s most efficient water absorber Human error solves problem of how to produce world’s most efficient water absorber more cheaply. It is so difficult to make that the researchers who first discovered it called it the “impossible material”. Now a century later, a team of Swedish scientists... Read more
In this article we will explore the intriguing concept of astral projection and discuss topics such as how to dream walk and how to enter someone’s dream.
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Discovering the first true “alien Earth” is a long-held dream of astronomers — and recent exoplanet discoveries suggest that their dream will come true in the not-too-distant future.
Scientists have found nearly 2,000 alien planets since the first such world was confirmed orbiting a sunlike star in 1995. More than half of these discoveries were made by NASA’s Kepler space telescope, which launched in 2009 on a mission to determine how common Earth-like planets are throughout the Milky Way galaxy.