Take gravity, add quantum mechanics, stir. What do you get? Just maybe, a holographic cosmos.
Some younger Russians expressed sadness about the missile strikes in civilian areas, but were not ready to put the blame squarely on the Kremlin.
The head of Britain’s GCHQ spy agency warned that the West should not lose sight of the technological challenge from China as it deals with the immediate problem of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The United Nations General Assembly holds an emergency special session to discuss Russia’s illegal annexation of parts of Ukraine.
Plus North Korea’s underwater missile silos and trouble in the Metaverse.
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