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Does Free Will Exist? Ancient Quasars May Hold the Clue.

by Jason Major February 25, 2014

Do you believe in free will? Are people able to decide their own destinies, whether it’s on what continent they’ll live, who or if they’ll marry, or just where they’ll get lunch today? Or are we just the unwitting pawns of some greater cosmic mechanism at work, ticking away the seconds and steering everyone and […]

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Spooky Experiment on ISS Could Pioneer New Quantum Communications Network

by John Williams April 12, 2013

With its 180 degree views of Earth and space, the ISS’s cupola is the perfect place for photography. But Austrian researchers want to use the unique and panoramic platform to test the limits of “spooky action at distance” in hopes of creating a new quantum communications network.

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Don’t Tell Bones: Are We One Step Closer to “Beaming Up?”

by Jason Major January 23, 2013

It’s a crazy way to travel, spreading a man’s molecules all over the Universe… While we’re still a very long way off from instantly transporting from ship to planet à la Star Trek, scientists are still relentlessly working on the type of quantum technologies that could one day make this sci-fi staple a possibility. Just […]

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