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Since at least the publication of H.G. Well’s The Time Machine, science fiction has had the trope of the time machine, a device that could take a time traveller forwards or back in time with a speed that defies Einstein’s laws of physics. Time travel into the future seems to be an impossibility in conventional physics, and time reversal even more so.

The closest that modern physics approaches the idea of time travel is the postulation that in Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity it is possible to have “closed timelike curves”, closed loops in spacetime whereby an object

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Lighting has always been the way people have extended their day, and the history of lighting shows its enormous role in both work, religion, and entertainment. Early candles were a common light source, and although they have been used since at least Roman times, they were traditionally expensive and seldom used in private homes until around the 14th century. The increasing availability of candles and candlesticks led in large part to increases in home industries and literacy. For those who could not afford candles, the more ancient rushlight – a rush dipped in fat and held in a clamp — … Read the rest

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Virtual Is The New Reality


For many of us, technology can be just as frustrating as it is helpful. Sure, it can guide us to finding things faster, can connect us with people and businesses instantaneously, or can locate a contractor for us lickety-split (don’t forget to visit our social media pages, coincidentally!), but it can also be annoying having to keep up with the constantly evolving world of tech.

Just when you think you’ve gotten comfortable with your new smart phone or tablet, a new one comes out, bringing with it new features, new software…and new ways to confuse the hell out of… Read the rest
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Homeowners Are Falling For Custom Deck Railings In Toronto

Since at least the publication of H.G. Well’s The Time Machine, science fiction has had the trope of the time machine, a device that could take a time traveller forwards or back in time with a speed that defies Einstein’s laws of physics. Time travel into the future seems to be an impossibility in conventional physics, and time reversal even more so.

The closest that modern physics approaches the idea of time travel is the postulation that in Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity it is possible to have “closed timelike curves”, closed loops in spacetime whereby an object

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Deck Construction Projects in Toronto Start At The Deck Store

Since at least the publication of H.G. Well’s The Time Machine, science fiction has had the trope of the time machine, a device that could take a time traveller forwards or back in time with a speed that defies Einstein’s laws of physics. Time travel into the future seems to be an impossibility in conventional physics, and time reversal even more so.

The closest that modern physics approaches the idea of time travel is the postulation that in Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity it is possible to have “closed timelike curves”, closed loops in spacetime whereby an object

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