Prepare for some timey-wimey...stuff
If we detect them, it could mean a lot about the universe
Despite numerous challenges to the theory, it remains foundational
Ryan Chester's video won him and his school $400,000 from leading tech titans
Dark energy, gravitational waves, and black holes may be just the beginning
Luckily for us, nothing like this is actually happening nearby.
Om nom nom
It may be set in the distant future, but the movie highlights the issues that stymie space travel today.
And they're about 10 billion times more precise than your quartz wristwatch.
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