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Large Hadron Collidor Researchers Hope To Touch Another Dimension

Atom smashing scientists could create mini-black holes to test whether gravity flows between dimensions

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Ordinarily I’m all for the sort of creative scientific research that moves us a little further from “stark reality” and closer to “Tony Stark reality.” That said, even I can’t help but wonder whether smashing atoms so hard they might punch through to another dimension altogether is such a great idea.

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Feast Your Eyes: A Day in the Life of a NASA Space Food Scientist

Dealing with crumbs in zero gravity and developing hydroponic crops for Mars: NASA's food scientists discuss the challenges of developing space food.

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This short video shows Michele Perchonok, Advanced Food Technology Manager at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and members of the food science team in Houston, Texas, as they develop astronaut food in the Space Food Systems Laboratory.

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