"That said, I do think that some component of it is also tourism," he added. "Undoubtedly in the future, there are those that will pay a lot of money to have the opportunity to go back and observe their favorite period in history. Some of the most popular tourist sites are the pyramids of Giza and Machu Picchu in Peru … old and prehistoric sites." … [Read more...] about UFOs May Be Piloted by Time-Traveling Humans, Book Argues
The CUORE experiment looks for the signature of Majorana neutrinos annihilating each other in a process called neutrinoless double-beta decay. In ordinary double-beta decay, two neutrons inside the nucleus of an atom simultaneously morph into two protons, emitting a pair of electrons and antineutrinos. This nuclear event, although exceedingly rare and occurring only once every 100 quintillion years (10^20) for an individual atom, has been observed in real life. … [Read more...] about Identity-Switching Neutrinos Could Reveal Why We Exist At All. But Can We Find Them?
While the first season of "Project Blue Book" was an introduction to the strange phenomenon of UFOs, "the second season is about going back to the beginning, to understand where the conspiracy was," said show co-writer and executive producer Sean Jablonski. To do that, "Project Blue Book" went to Roswell, drawing from eyewitness accounts of people who lived there at the time of the alleged UFO crash and subsequent military cover-up, Jablonski told Live Science. … [Read more...] about Were Alien Secrets Hidden in Roswell and Area 51? ‘Project Blue Book’ UFO Hunters Investigate.
In a nutshell: Do you think that your teenager spends too much time playing video games? You’re not alone. A new report shows that 86 percent of parents say their kids play games an excessive amount, but three-quarters believe gaming has a positive impact on their children. The data comes from the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children’s health. It surveyed almost 1,000 parents with at least one child aged between 13 and 18. … [Read more...] about Almost 9 out of 10 parents think their kids spend too much time gaming, but 70% believe it has a positive impact
— Rory Steel (@JerseyITGuy) January 19, 2020 Apparently, Ava is having so much fun that her younger brother, Corban, would seemingly have to wait a while for his turn, as anyone with siblings can relate. The 5-year-old has the same condition as Ava, who Steel says was "straight in after her" on the controller. … [Read more...] about Dad modifies Xbox Adaptive Controller to let his daughter play Zelda: Breath of the Wild