Teleportation

Science
As Nerdist's Kyle Hill explains, it has to do with Earth's velocity.
Entertainment
He also told us his favorite "Henry Danger" memory!
Travel
We all love social media. Admit it -- if you're not glued to your screen, gawking at insanely beautiful outdoor photographs from greats such as Chris Burkard on Instagram, you're tweeting about seven of the world's greatest treks, or places to see in 2016.
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We have talking, why do we need one person talking to another person and then running to another place and talking to another person?
Science
Just imagine: Will we have robot caregivers, like in the freaky sci-fi flick "I, Robot?" Will we be able to teleport using
Science
There's a reason Albert Einstein always looked like he'd stuck his finger in a light socket: Physicists spend their days doing some of the most mind-blowing research in science. Here are 10 physics findings that will cramp your brain and make your hair stand on end.
The World Post
Biological evolution has taken 3.5 or 4 billion years to get us where we are. The adaption of our species to the social environment -- social evolution -- has been must faster. Now that we can read and write the genetic code, put it in digital form and translate it back into synthesized life, it will be possible to speed up biological evolution to the pace of social evolution.
Science
Teleporting qubits Since the qubit doesn't go through the intervening space, some might ask if this is a way to communicate
Science
"A lot of the papers published in the journal are on subjects that are amusing, topical, or a bit off-the-wall," Dr. Mervyn
Science
Plausibility score: Physics deeply frowns upon a transporter like that in "Star Trek," and as a sci-fi traveling method, the
Weird News
A lot of people have a hard time trusting lawyers as it is, but what about one who claims he was part of a secret government
Tech
It's no secret that China is beating up on America and the West in everything from infrastructure to technology investment
Books
Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku came on "The Colbert Report" last night to talk about his new book "The Physics of
Media
From now on, I will only get my news from future-based sources, and thus seek to remain ahead of the curve. Outlandish, you say? Impossible? You are obviously so behind the times.