This week’s episode of The Good Wife is very clearly inspired by the recent hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment
Unfortunately, the “real-life” inspiration doesn’t do much to propel the plot and deepen our understanding of the characters
In typical fashion, this show lets Alicia enjoy her victory in the State’s Attorney’s race for about one minute before introducing a whole new host of problems. Alicia needs to quickly…
Dark matter may not be part of a “dark sector” of particles that mirrors regular matter, as some theories suggest, say scientists studying collisions of galaxy clusters
When clusters of galaxies collide, the hot gas that fills the space between the stars in those galaxies also collides and splatters in all directions with a motion akin to splashes of waterDark matter makes up about 90% of the matter in galaxy clusters: Does it splatter like water as well?
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 15 years since the debut of Britney Spears‘ “Oops! … I Did It Again.”
It seems like just yesterday she danced right from the surface of Mars and into our hearts wearing that red pleather jumpsuit
She’s made a few mistakes since then (notably Kevin Federline), but the sweetheart of ’90s pop seems to have her life on track right now with her lucrative Vegas show, Piece of Me
She still doesn’t get…
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is announcing he will not seek re-election to another term.
The 75-year-old Reid says in a statement issued by his office Friday that he wants to make sure Democrats regain control of the Senate next year and that it would be “inappropriate” for him to soak up campaign resources when he could be focusing on putting the Democrats back in power.
“My life’s work has been to make…
Virtual reality is the new reality. Woah.
Michael Abrash, the chief scientist for Facebook’s Oculus, took the stage during day two of the F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco to blow everyone’s mind with some trippy optical illusions.
These pills aren’t blue and red, they’re the same shade of gray.
As we all learned when “The Dress” took over the Internet in February, our eyes can play some serious tricks on us
The blue tiles on the left and the yellow tiles on the right are really the…
Trying to sign in to the website to watch Deep Web feels like trying to gain access to White House files, with multiple passwords and resets needed for the slightest mis-type. But of course the guy who made a documentary about the most secret places on the Internet would make it this hard.
This all makes Alex Winter — who you may remember as Bill S. Preston Esq. in the 1989 film Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure — very happy.
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