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Welcome to Quantum computing

The coldest place in the universe used to be a gaseous cloud called the Boomerang Nebula, 5,000 light years from Earth. The temperature was measured at approximately -485°f, just a whit above absolute zero. But now the coldest place in […]

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Welcome to Quantum computing

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The coldest place in the universe used to be a gaseous cloud called the Boomerang Nebula, 5,000 light years from Earth. The temperature was measured at approximately -485°f, just a whit above absolute zero. But now the coldest place in […]

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Lucy: A mindless movie about brain power

2 out of 4 stars Not even Scarlett Johansson, who dazzled in recent hits “Her” and “Under the Skin,” is genius enough to save “Lucy,” a movie about brain power

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The Cult of Aleister Crowley Lives On

“It was sex that rotted him. It was sex, sex, sex, sex, sex all the way with Crowley. He was a sex maniac!”- Vittoria Cremers John Lennon, Timothy Leary, Iggy

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Sex Tape lacks logic as well as humor

1 out of 4 stars We all know what today’s funny men and women can do on screen.  The idea that filmmakers will depend on these talents to make up

Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience" rocked the Baltimore Arena on July 14. (Jon Gallo)

Justin Timerberlake: A ’20/20 Experience’ that shouldn’t have been missed

Justin Timberlake had a question for the capacity crowd as he hoisted a shot glass while standing on a movable stage about 40 feet above thousands of fans who

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes outdoes the previous films

3 ½ out of 4 stars The previous announcement of a prequel to Planet of the Apes caused a bit of head scratching, though the film managed some success.   To

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AI: Say Hello to the New Boss

The human brain is the single most complex structure in the universe. More complex than the fusion reactor which is our sun. More complex than the dance of the

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Gerry Sandusky scores winning touchdown with ‘Forgotten Sundays’

Gerry Sandusky’s book, “Forgotten Sundays: A Son’s Story of Life, Loss, and Love from the Sidelines of the NFL,” is one darn good read. Baltimoreans know Gerry primarily from

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Deliver Us From Evil: Scary, but bogged down in clichés

2 out of 4 stars It’s not easy making an exorcism movie these days. The usual tropes have already been tackled for the most part, leaving little room for originality. Desperate for

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Is ‘Tammy’ tough enough to take out ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction?’

2.5 out of 4 stars It may be the most the epic – and most unlikely – Independence Day battle ever: Optimus Prime against a funny fat chick. “Transformers: Age of

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