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The 5 kinds of sci-fi space travel, ranked by realism

This post is part of Science of Sci-Fi, Mashable's ongoing series dissecting the science (or lack of science) in our favorite sci-fi movies, TV shows, and books.Space is big, as Douglas Adams famously wrote in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the
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This $19 course could teach you how to behave like an actual genius

What did Aristotle, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, and Steve Jobs have in common? In their own way, they each altered the course of history because of their keen intellect and insights. Some might even call them geniuses.  And now, thanks to
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Flying the same mistaken route

From: Buisness-standard By Ajai Shukla Recommended by: business-standard Nobody is certain about the origin of the aphorism: “Insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”.
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Stephen Hawking died on Einstein's birthday because everything in the cosmos is connected

As the world reels from the death of Stephen Hawking, one of the great science minds in all of history, admirers are taking some solace in a few coincidences surrounding Hawking's birthday and the date of his passing. It's long been known that
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Stephen Hawking, beloved author of 'A Brief History of Time,' dies at 76

Stephen Hawking, the most famous theoretical physicist since Albert Einstein, died early Wednesday morning at the age of 76. The beloved scientist was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a motor-neuron disease, when he was only 21
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The relative importance of Mrs Einstein

From: www.economist.com Via: twitter.com RT @TheEconomist: How a historian found out that Einstein's wife worked with him on relativity #econarchive
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Candidate Engagement — Is That What You Really Want?

Albert Einstein said, “Nothing happens until something moves.” Recruiting operates under a similar rule: nothing happens until someone does something — looks at a job description or applies for a job. While candidate
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Scientists glimpse first direct proof of Einstein’s gravitational waves

From: Hindustan TimesRecommended by: Hindustan timesIn a landmark discovery for physics and astronomy, international scientists said on Thursday they have glimpsed the first direct evidence of gravitational waves, or ripples in space-time, which

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