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Why Don’t We Have Faster-Than-Light Travel Yet?

Traveling faster than the speed of light is a popular concept in the world of most science fiction, but still very much fiction. So why is it that with all of the technological advancements that actual science has made over the last century is faster-than-light travel nowhere within our reach?

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Mars One
YouTube

Astronauts Wanted for Mission to Mars – No Experience Necessary

If you've ever dreamed of embarking on a journey to space but never quite felt like you had the chops to hang with the NASA elite, now would be a good time to try to locate an Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator and a solid pair of moon boots: you just might qualify to go to Mars.

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Soundcloud

Hear the First Song Ever Recorded On the International Space Station

Even scientists have soul! Take a listen to 'Jewel in the Night,' by Colonel Chris Hadfield.

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NORAD
noradsanta.org

Join Us in Tracking Santa with NORAD This Christmas Eve

Each year Better Country KIX 105, 92.3 BOB FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS love to track Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. I am pleased to tell you that he is in full Christmas toymaking mode.  The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has put into place the holiday countdown and has games and daily activities for kids and adults.

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robotic arm
YouTube

Quadriplegic Woman Feeds Herself With Robotic Arm

This incredible video shows a woman's journey from almost total immobility to being able to pick up and move objects, thanks to surgical brain implants connected to a robotic arm named 'Hector.'

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Science Explains Rudolph's Red Nose
Rankin/Bass

Science Offers Explanation for Rudolph’s Red Nose

Have you ever wondered how Rudolph got his red nose? Well, Dutch scientists have finally explained the mystery. Turns out, the reindeer's shiny nose is the direct result of "hyperemia of the nasal mucosa." Way to take all the magic out of Christmas, science.

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Buzz Lightyear NASA
NASA/Disney-Pixar

New NASA Spacesuits Look Exactly Like Buzz Lightyear

NASA revealed their new spacesuit - the Z-1 Prototype Spacesuit and Portable Life Support System (PLSS) 2.0 - and we can't help but think this new outfit was inspired by 'Toy Story's' own Buzz Lightyear. Are our astronauts headed to infinity and beyond?

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Identical UFOs Appear Over Brooklyn and San Francisco
YouTube

Did UFOs Appear Over Brooklyn and San Francisco?

We're already convinced that aliens exist, so it's not like we need any further proof. But these clips of identical UFOs hovering in the sky over Brooklyn and San Francisco blew us away. All hail our alien overlords! (The videos are a bit NSFW, by the way, due to some UFO-inspired potty mouth.)

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Consumerist iPad
Consumerist

Best Buy Sends Lucky Shoppers Five iPads Instead of One

An iPad would normally be considered a pretty substantial gift this holiday season. Thanks to a fortunate error by Best Buy, a couple of shoppers can now use the tablet computer for stocking stuffers.

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Stephen Morton, Getty Images
Stephen Morton, Getty Images

Soon Your Smartphone Will Know Your Mood

Imagine a world where your smartphone can realize that you're angry or sad, and react accordingly. Thanks to the University of Rochester, it's not as far away as you might think.

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