15 Essential Moments To (Re)Visit if You Had a Time Machine Written by Akela Talamasca Let’s say you get your hands on a brand new Time Machine. Whether it’s the old-school H.G. Wells chair model, or a tricked-out DeLorean, you’ve now got to decide what you’re going to do with your new toy. The Trinity Test (Past) Source If you want to see one of the most awe-inspiring events in human history, then you need to set your time machine for 5:29 AM, July 16th 1945 at Alamogordo, New Mexico. The Roswell Crash (Past) Source Whether it was a UFO or a weather balloon, it’s time we found out just what went down around Roswell, New Mexico on the night of July 2nd, 1947. Birth of the First True Artificial Intelligence (Future) Source In the movies the first A.I. always turns out to be a total asshole. The First Modern Olympic Games (Past) Source In 1896 Athens, Greece hosted the world’s first international Olympic Games. Signing of the Declaration of Independence (Past) Source Even non-Americans want to witness this event in human history. Source Source Source Source
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Flu Wiki Forum www.fluwiki.info Dark Side of Oz Dark Side of Oz [Setup] [Similarities with Pictures] [Similarities] [Conclusion] [Pink Floyd Lyrics] I've done this experiment quite a few times, and I'll have to admit that there are a lot of coincidental events and themes. Although Pink Floyd has never admitted to doing such a thing (except Roger, who stays quiet when asked), there are just a few points that should be examined. I guess you'll just have to come to your own conclusion. Click here for the Wizard of Oz Poster ~ Over The Rainbow Trippy inspiration for Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon ~ 24x36" Breathe Dorthy is on Earth, and everyone is talking to her, but this what are they really saying? Released March, 1973 "Speak to Me" (Mason) "I've been mad for fucking years, absolutely years, been over the edge for yonks, been working me buns off for bands..." "I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us...very hard to explain why you're mad, even if you're not mad..." (Instrumental) Breathe, breathe in the air.
News Blog: Quantum weirdness wins again: Entanglement clocks in at 10,000+ times faster than light No matter how many times researchers try, there's just no getting around the weirdness of quantum mechanics. In the latest attempt, researchers at the University of Geneva in Switzerland tried to determine whether entanglement—the fact that measuring a property of one particle instantly determines the property of another—is actually transmitted by some wave-like signal that's fast but not infinitely fast. Their test involved a series of measurements on pairs of entangled photons (particles of light) that were generated in Geneva (satellite view at left) and then split apart by optical fiber to two villages 18 kilometers (11 miles) apart where the team had set up photon detectors. The idea in the new experiment is that the photons in each entangled pair are hitting the distant detectors simultaneously, so there's no time for them to exchange a signal. The photons were indeed entangled, the group reports in Nature. There's one other subtlety to the experiment.