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If you fell into a black hole, you might expect to die instantly. But in fact your fate would be far stranger than that
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Could it be that the deep space objects accelerating away from us are things that haven't yet fallen as far as we have into our own black hole ?  8-o
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A re-share
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Can the saucer section separate in the case of an attack?  Do the nacelles light up at night?  I just love this!
He’s hoping to boldly go where no property owner has gone before
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+Robert Johnson I want to see the inside.  Is the board room a bridge?  Do the hallways have a computerized personality giving out directions?  This would be the mark of an eccentric billionaire and obsessive fan.  If you're going to go big, you might as well go all the way.
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We can use electrical conductivity to make liquid antennas that change shape, but previously, work on such a small scale was unthinkable.
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Some of those illustrations are based on the actors. And Robb is supposed to have red hair!
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This would give the food inspector fits.
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Hilarious. Never saw it coming. 
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My son remarks, as he walks away from a half eaten bowl of pasta, "I am done but not full."  He knows that I made cookies earlier.

I respond, "You are not done if you want dessert."

He walks back and tries to get a laugh by doing a perfect fake face plant into his bowl saying, "It was gravity."  (At that moment we were watching SNL on Hulu.  So, of course he was trying to distract us by getting a chuckle.  It worked.)  He followed the joke by saying an aside of, "It was the Spaghetti Face-Time Continuum." 

He wins.  Game over.  At six, his ingenuity of punning on science, pasta, and pratfalls just made my night.  
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I'm probably late in the ballgame on this one... But OMG THIS IS THE MOST PERFECTEST PARODY I HAVE SEEN OF THIS SONG!!! (Not to mention the cameos starting at 3:30!) :D #laughingsohard #yesthosearerealtears #waytoomuchfun #ShakeItOff
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No, this isn't some guerilla marketing campaign for Back to the Future's upcoming pseudo-anniversary. It's a world record-setting flight by Canadian inve
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The world was never graced with a Star Trek spinoff series devoted to commander William Riker's escapades, but one YouTuber is giving us a tantalizing taste of what could have been. The (brief)...
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NdGT FTW (Throw in NPH and I'm there)
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Bill Nye the Science Guy on Netflix broke up our nightly "who can build the best ship" contest.  The picture is proof of our total abandon in the face of his entertaining genius.  In his first season about digestion in a skit he mentioned 'free range' pesto.  He was so ahead of his time in food trend sarcasm.  I love the nostalgia of watching your favorite childhood show with your own child.  Thank you Netflix.   
 
Ship contest aborted because we found Bill Nye the Science Guy on Netflix
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Chyme is on your side!
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Once in a century, a genius the magnitude of Nikola Tesla is born. And this person reminds you what science could be, if only...
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I just watched this last week!! haha not for first time of course. Please no sequel or remake or anything like that.
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