Large Hadron Collider could be world's first time machine
(PhysOrg.com) -- If the latest theory of Tom Weiler and Chui Man Ho is right, the Large Hadron Collider the world's largest atom smasher that started regular operation last year could be the ...
Time travel experiment demonstrates how to avoid the grandfather paradox (Update)
The recent news of neutrinos moving faster than light might have got everyone thinking about warp drive and all that, but really there is no need to imagine something that can move faster than 300,000 kilometres ...
Simulating time travel: Doctor Who meets Professor Heisenberg
(Phys.org)—University of Queensland researchers have simulated time travel using light particles. Lead author and PhD student Martin Ringbauer, from UQ's School of Mathematics and Physics, said the study ...
Time travel theory avoids grandfather paradox
Big Bang simulated in metamaterial shows time travel is impossible
Michigan researchers hunt for Internet remnants from time travelers
Scientist proves Braess paradox 'disappears' under high traffic demands
Time warp: Researchers show possibility of cloning quantum information from the past
(Phys.org) —Popular television shows such as "Doctor Who" have brought the idea of time travel into the vernacular of popular culture. But problem of time travel is even more complicated than one might think. LSU's Mark ...
Physicist suggests some types of wormholes may stay open long enough to send a photon through
Smarter programming of stoplights could improve efficiency of urban traffic
Sitting in traffic during rush hour is not just frustrating for drivers; it also adds unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere.
Google tries new approach with real time traffic estimates for Google Maps
The maths of congestion—springs, strings and traffic jams
It's not been a good year so far for major transport projects in Australia's capital cities.
What makes us human?
What separates humans from other animals, including our closest relatives? It's one of those big questions perennially posed by the evo-curious public. But until recently I seldom gave it much thought. Mostly ...