In the new movie Palm Springs, Andy Samberg's character Nyles and Cristin Milioti's Sarah wake up to the same day, every day, which Nyles describes as "one of those infinite time loop situations you might have heard about."
For everyone still following stay-at-home orders, that description also feels like it applies to life in coronavirus quarantine. What is a weekend? What is a Wednesday? When every day is just another day at home, "infinite time loop" sounds pretty accurate.
Palm Springs premiered on Hulu July 10, providing some much-needed new content for everyone staying at home. The satur...more
Aston Villa revived their hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League and ended a 10-game winless streak as two goals by Egyptian forward Trezeguet gave them a 2-0 home win over Crystal Palace on Sunday.
With the ongoing success of life-size Gundam statues in Japan, it was only a matter of time until we saw more statues turn up in other countries. The first of these exports will be in Shanghai, China and it is an interesting choice indeed.
New research has revealed that white dwarf stars are a key source of carbon in the Milky Way and other galaxies – and that the chemical is crucial for sustaining human life on Earth.
Carbon is the main component of so much in our world, from DNA and muscle tissue to proteins, fats and sugars. All carbon atoms in the universe are made by stars, but astrophysicists debate whether the primary source of carbon is made when stars turn into white dwarfs or when massive stars explode as supernovae. A white dwarf is the core left after a dying star has shed its surface into...more