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Why the [expletive] can’t we travel back in time? | Ars Technica

If the inability to time travel were a fundamental part of our Universe, you’d expect equally fundamental physics behind that rule.

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Why landing a spaceship on the moon is still so challenging

NASA aims to soon return astronauts to the moon. Yet landing people on the lunar surface still remains a hugely ambitious feat.

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How to Record Video With Background Music on iPhone - MacRumors

This article explains how to record a video on iPhone while playing music from any app. Keep reading to learn how it works. Have you noticed that...

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    Elon Musk Just Exposed Twitter’s Censorship Problem in One Simple Tweet

    Elon Musk just destroyed progressive attempts to gaslight conservatives about the company's censorship practices.

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    This hidden Apple Watch feature is stellar — try it now | Tom's Guide

    This hidden Apple Watch feature lets you use the Astronomy watch face to see where our solar system's planets align in the past and future.

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    How to take screenshots on any model of iPhone and iPad

    Want to save what's on your screen? Check out the quick and simple steps to take screenshots on any model of iPhone and iPad.

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    10 Tips to Have Secret Text Conversations on Your iPhone

    While Apple works on its privacy features for text messages, you can use these tips and workarounds to have secret conversations on your iPhone.

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    Elon Musk Insta-Killed His Latest Twitter Verification Scheme

    Elon Musk nuked Twitter’s new official verification system not long after everyone pointed out how random it was

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      How to Remove the Background From Any Image on iPhone

      Apple's Visual Lookup feature makes it so easy to remove the messy background from your photos. Learn how to take advantage of it.

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      Apple silicon supports the ancient Intel 8080 through a secret extension | TechSpot

      Apple revealed its first custom processor, the Apple M1, during an event in November 2020. The chip was met with high praise for cramming loads of power...

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      Facebook Takes Sexuality, Address, Politics, Religion Off Your Profile

      The update to the world's biggest social network will prevent you from broadcasting certain details in your bio, a farewell to the early days of social media.

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      Kids are fast learners—this mechanism could be why | Popular Science

      Differences in GABA concentrations can tell scientists more about why young learners have an advantage.

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      Are AirPods the Hearing Aids of the Future?

      New research suggests that personal sound amplification products like earbuds may help some people hear better in certain scenarios

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      Israeli company on the edge of finding diabetes cure

      On diabetes awareness day, the world health bodies are focusing attention on making sure patients know how to manage their condition to prevent complications...

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      Trump’s TikTok ban might have been right after all - Vox

      No matter who controls Congress, Chinese-owned TikTok is in trouble.

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      New NASA moon rocket carrying Israeli experiment lifts off 50 years after Apollo

      First mission in Artemis project carries mannequins -- one of them nicknamed Zohar and wearing Israeli protective suit -- ahead of planned manned mission expected as early as 2025

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      Enough of the Lies - Human Dignity Speaks

      Enough of the lies about the necessity, safety, and efficacy of the injections that have been forced upon society over the past 2 years.

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      At just 1,600 light-years away, this is now the closest known black hole to Earth

      The dormant black hole, dubbed Gaia BH1, sits 1,600 light-years away, three times closer than the last black hole to hold the record.

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      How to watch the Blood Moon lunar eclipse for free online, the last until 2025

      You can see a Blood Moon total lunar eclipse on Nov. 8, the last until 2025. Here's how to watch it online for free.

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      Twitter claims user growth is at an 'all-time high' under Elon Musk

      An internal memo shared with Twitter's sales team claimed that user growth under Elon Musk has accelerated to an "all-time high."

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      NASA X-ray observatory reveals how black holes swallow stars and spit out matter

      A joint NASA/Italian space mission has put its sunglasses on to observe polarized X-ray light from a corona of hot gas around the Cygnus X-1 black hole.

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      Elon Musk says Twitter will form a 'moderation council' before it reinstates banned accounts

      Elon Musk says Twitter will form a council before it makes any major decisions on content and banned accounts..

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      Why is Star Trek-style teleportation still elusive?

      Why is Star Trek-style teleportation still elusive?Dream of teleportation has been dominating science since the 1990s though progress has been limited

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      How TikTok’s algorithm made it a success: ‘It pushes the boundaries’

      The company’s secret sauce is what populates its For You Page, which predicts the videos that will pique a viewer’s interest

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      iOS 16.1 Features: Everything New in iOS 16.1

      Apple today released iOS 16.1 to the public after a little over a month of beta testing, adding essential new features to the iOS 16 operating system...

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      A Marketing Strategist Shares Her Top Instagram Tips To Maximize Sales For 2022

      Instagram turned 12 this year – and the social media platform has grown significantly from when it began as a simple photo-sharing app. Today, it’s the seventh most visited website in the world with 2.9 billion total visits per month, and a robust marketi

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      Breakthrough rocket engine could travel at 99% the speed of light

      When it comes to space, there's a problem with our human drive to go all the places and see all things. A big problem. It's, well, space.

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      Artists say AI image generators are copying their style to make thousands of new images — and it's completely out of their control

      Artists work for years on their portfolios but people can now make copycat images using programs like DALL-E, Stable Diffusion and Midjourney.

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      Apple's iPhone 14 is much more than an iPhone 13s

      Some people say the iPhone 14 is practically an iPhone 13, but that’s not the case: It’s an upgraded iPhone 13 Pro with a great price.