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    The Theory of General Relativity

    On March 20, 1915, Albert Einstein published his famous theory of general relativity. Prior to Einstein's theory, the scienfitic community had been living for over 250 years under the laws of gravity as proposed by Sir Issac Newton. The fact is, Newton's equations that describe the force of...
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    Bass Frequency Extinguishes Fire

    Will firefighters one day trade in their water cannons for bass cannons? Two university engineering students have invented a device that uses low sound frequencies to extinguish flames. The students say they would like to someday see their invention being used to extinguish kitchen fires or even...
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    The Phoenix Lights

    On the night of March 13, 1997, one of the largest mass UFO sightings in history occurred over the skies of Phoenix, Arizona. These strange lights, which appeared to have flown in a "V" formation over Phoenix as they made their way towards the southeast, are known as the Phoenix Lights. While a...
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    The NPC Meme: Time to Wake Up and Start Thinking for Yourself

    A simple meme poking fun at the relentless, permanent post-election "resist" culture in America is creating shockwaves throughout social media. The original meme is a simplistic drawing of a person with gray skin and a blank, expressionless face. The term "NPC" is a reference to video game...
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    Copernicus's Forbidden Book

    On March 5, 1616, Nicolaus Copernicus's book, "On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres," was added to the Roman Catholic Church's Index Librorum Prohibitorum (List of Forbidden Books), over 70 years after the book had been published. The book is considered to be the first on modern astronomy...