More than just strings from the official string theory website.
M-theory the mother of all superstrings by Michio Kaku.
How Time Travel Will Work at the Howstuffworks website.
A User's Guide to Time Travel feature at Wired magazine.
Maybe time travel could be possible USA Today article.
The Time Travel Institute includes a message board forum.
Time travel the webpage for the Time Travel show that aired on the PBS Nova program (features downloadable audio).
How to a time machine article at Scientific American.
Time travel shaping the future at BBC.
Were Egyptians the first scribes? BBC article.
Mesopotamian written records in the Hermitage virtual exhibitions online.
Syria at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
Sumer at Wikipedia.
It happened first in ancient Mesopotamia University of Chicago.
Sumer at the Columbia Encyclopedia.
Mesopotamia at the British Museum.
If you try to imagine the tiny speck that was the beginning of the big bang, you can't help but to see it inside of a vast blackness of space, however this type of space had not existed yet! We envision it this way, because our minds see and understand only our reality of this space time continuum. What was the nothing, that created the something? There had to be something? How did that come to be?
What happened before the big bang? By Paul Davies.
Before the big bang there was...what? By Dennis Overbye of the New York Times.
The big bang theory at NASA.
Before the big bang at Discover.
Big bang at Wikipedia.
A hot big bang University of Wisconsin Madison.
What is Dark Matter? US governments Department of Energy.
Why does dark matter, matter? At the MSNBC website.
The Dark Matter Telescope (LSST Observatory).
Dark Matter Mystery at the Harvard-Smithsonian's Chandra X-ray Observatory.
Dark Matter definition at Wikipedia.
What is dark matter? How can we make it in the laboratory? Quantum Universe
The Genetics of Genius U of M
The basis of genius. INPM.
Wouldn't it phenomenal if we could understand ourselves on the most intricate levels?! What makes us think the way we do or prefer to think in the ways we do? What are we as individuals hard wired for? Where in our minds are our differences located, and why? How are memories stored? What is happening in our brains that influences us to believe certain theologies or be drawn to certain activities? How much is due to a societal genetic memory and how much of it is due to neurons and chemistry inside of the mind (and our bodies reaction to this)?
The Shape of Bots to Come - Wired article
Shape Shifting Robot Shows off its Move - New Scientist article
Modular Robotics, Multi-Agent or Swarm Robotics, and Utility Fog - at Foresight.org