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How an Advance in {Artificial Intelligence} Brought Us President Trump

Robert L. Mercer is, above all things, an investor. And if you follow the money, his investment in artificial intelligence kinda gave us Donald Trump.

Jesse Stone
September 5, 2017
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How I Stopped Sneering and Learned to Love the Eclipse

Jesse, our favorite science explainer guy, was also not even a little intrigued about today’s solar eclipse. THIS is what changed his mind.

Jesse Stone
August 21, 2017
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{To Be} Elon Musk: A Man Up His Own Ass

Elon Musk is many things: an entrepreneur, an innovator, a visionary. But he is also so far up his own ass, he doesn’t even know what’s real vs. simulated.

Dennis William
August 16, 2017
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{10-D or not 10-D}, What’s the Dimension?

OK, I get length, width, and height. I’ll even give you time. But 10 dimensions? How is that even possible? Physics is the question and the answer.

Jesse Stone
August 16, 2017
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The Cutting Edge with {Jesse Stone}: Until There Is Nothing Left To Eat

Fat, sugar, lactose, gluten. No matter what it is, some food doctor says it’s slowly killing you. Is nothing sacred? Truly, what else is left to eat?

Jesse Stone
August 2, 2017
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The Cutting Edge with {Jesse Stone}: Gravity Waves and the Fifth Dimension

What if there’s a FIFTH dimension? What if there are even more than that? What we can learn from the presence of gravity waves.

Jesse Stone
July 14, 2017
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The Cutting Edge with {Jesse Stone}: Surfing Some Bodacious Gravity Waves

Jesse doesn’t want to mislead you about the promise of scientific discovery. But these gravity waves might be the next breakthrough.

Jesse Stone
July 13, 2017
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Who’s Better—Newton or Einstein? Settling the Debate Once and For All

Which physicist is the greatest of all time: Newton or Einstein? When it all comes down—you know, like the force of gravity—there’s no contest.

Jesse Stone
June 26, 2017
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This Is Not Your Granddaughter’s Jurassic Park

It may not be the Jurassic Period, but scientists are flirting with recreating the Woolly Mammoth to stop global warming. How? Why? And can they open doors?

Jesse Stone
May 3, 2017
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