Scientists confirm Einstein’s supermassive black hole theory

A team of international scientists observing a star in the Milky Way have for the first time confirmed Einstein’s predictions of what happens to the motion of a star passing close to a supermassive black hole.


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Zuckerberg says Facebook won’t ban conspiracy theory sites

Facebook won’t ban sites that peddle conspiracy theories about the Holocaust or Sandy Hook — because they’re just making mistakes, CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained in an interview released Wednesday. “I don’t believe that our platforms should take that down because I think there are things that different people get wrong — I don’t think that…
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‘The Big Bang Theory’ star Kaley Cuoco marries Karl Cook

“The Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco is a married woman.

The actress, 32, tied the knot with fiancé Karl Cook Saturday in a romantic ceremony at a horse stable near San Diego, Calif.

The intimate “I dos” were officiated by her sister, Briana, who joked that she’d taken a “very questionable” online…

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Put his tweets together and the President’s paranoia goes something like this: The deep state is out to get him with a coordinated witch hunt unlike anything this country has ever seen. He’s been cheated, bugged and now spied on as they try to bring him down. Maybe. Meanwhile, the real criminals, who he vanquished despite long odds in 2016, walk free and the Department of Justice won’t even investigate them.


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According to Johnny Galecki, “The Big Bang Theory” is probably ending after Season 12

According to Johnny Galecki, “The Big Bang Theory” is probably ending after Season 12


According to Johnny Galecki, “The Big Bang Theory” is probably ending after Season 12

The Big Bang Theory is currently in its 11th season. And even though we don’t want to think about it, all good things must come to an end. Johnny Galecki just hinted that The Big Bang Theory may end after Season 12, and we’re already in tears. We’ve been lucky to have the show in our lives since 2007. Can’t it just last forever?!

According to People, Galecki revealed the info at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Saturday, January 6th. “The only manner in which the cast has discussed wrapping [The Big Bang Theory] has been that we’re all going to be very sad when that day comes,” Galecki told reporters, according to TV Line. “But I think at this point everyone’s very comfortable with 12 seasons being a good time to go home and see our families.”

Again, cue our tears. After all, at this point, we know The Big Bang Theory characters so well. It’s like they’re friends of ours, and we’re constantly wondering what they’re up to. Of course, we’ll still have Young Sheldon, the Big Bang Theory spinoff. In fact, it was just renewed for a second season, Deadline reports.

If you haven’t seen the show yet — which revolves around a young Sheldon, of course — you’re missing out. Young Sheldon is the #1 new comedy and the #2 comedy on television, according to recent ratings, Deadline Hollywood reported.

What’s first? The Big Bang Theory, of course. No surprise there!

Which is why we’re so sad that the next season of The Big Bang Theory might be the show’s last.

While we wait to see what happens, we’re glad we have Young Sheldon.

Young Sheldon has made a huge impact on our schedule in the short time it’s been on the air,” Kelly Kahl, President, CBS Entertainment, said in a statement, reported Entertainment Weekly. “While the show’s DNA is clearly rooted in The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon has staked out its own place in the TV universe with a unique creative tone, brilliant writing and a gifted multi-generational cast.”

BRB, praying to the TV gods.

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Emmerdale fans convinced Robert Sugden ISN’T the father of Rebecca White’s baby with dark theory

EMMERDALE fans are convinced Robert Sugden isn’t baby Seb’s father – but that’s only the begging on the dark theory gaining steam online.

Fans of the ITV soap know that Robert cheated on husband Aaron Dingle with his ex Rebecca when they were going through another rough patch of their relationship, and out of that night together, baby Seb was born.

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Much was made on the show about Rebecca and Robert having unprotected sex, while when she slept with Ross Barton, protection was used, which is why Robert is Seb’s father.

However, the theory goes that Robert will be left holding the baby when Rebecca dies in the dramatic car crash set for January.

Fans claim that Robert and Aaron will then reunite properly before their summer wedding and raise Seb together.

Though the theory then takes a darker turn when it’s claimed that when the couple have bonded with Seb as their own, it will be discovered that Ross is actually Seb’s biological father and will claim custody.

Rebecca slept with both Ross and Robert in quick succession but paternity was never questioned
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Poor baby Seb won’t know who his dad is without a DNA test

The theory, which is not backed up by facts, has been heavily discussed by fans of the soap on DS forums.

One fan wrote: “That is exactly what will happen. I’ve been predicting it since the day Rebecca got pregnant. Her only purpose was to give Robron a child to raise.”

Another added: “And then the truth will out as a DNA test will prove that Ross is the father really. Cue storyline revolving around custody, etc into next summer.
“Then Robron can be together & get married.”



A third added: “I’m thinking Rebecca will die, Robert getting access to Seb. Chrissie will be on a life support machine but Lachlan will turn that off. Lawrence will just leave the village and Lachlan will go on the run.”


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Bob Newhart is back as a ‘Star Wars’ ghost on ‘Big Bang Theory’

Bob Newhart is back on “The Big Bang Theory” as Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons) acidic childhood hero, Arthur Jeffries — aka science-show host Professor Proton. Jeffries/Proton passed away in Season 7, but has reappeared several times since as “Star Wars”-obsessed Sheldon’s Obi-Wan Kenobi spirit guide (complete with robes and light saber). In Thursday night’s episode (8…
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Einstein’s theory of happiness sold for $1.3 million—here’s what it says

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It’s Time to Give Theory the Attention It Deserves

The label just got a shot in the arm courtesy of men’s creative director Martin Andersson.

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CBS Announces 2017 Fall TV Premiere Dates: Find Out When The Big Bang Theory, Survivor and More Shows Return

The Big Bang Theory, Jim Parsons, Mayim BialikForget the summer, we’re already thinking about fall.
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‘Big Bang Theory’ Star Jim Parsons Marries Longtime Partner Todd Spiewak

“Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons and his longtime partner Todd Spiewak are officially married. A rep for the actor confirmed the news to People. 

There aren’t many details about the wedding, but Page Six reports the nuptials took place at The Rainbow Room in New York City. 

For the past couple years, Parsons has noted that he and Spiewak were never in a rush to tie the knot. When asked during a 2015 appearance on “The View” about whether he saw marriage in his future, he said, “I don’t know. I guess I kind of think so.” 

“So much of my adult life, that wasn’t really a possibility, and I have grown more interested in the idea, and certainly supportive of the notion, and if my [getting] married would help the notion in general, even that would be enough to make me want to do it,” he said. 

Parsons and Spiewak, a graphic designer, have been together for over 14 years. Last November, the 44-year-old star shared an Instagram photo on the couple’s anniversary and gushed about Spiewak in the caption. 

“I met this guy (the one with the mic) 14 years ago today and it was the best thing that ever happened to me, no contest,” Parsons wrote. “One of his greatest gifts to me is that he no longer takes me to sing karaoke. Also, I believe this was a selfie with an actual camera, as our phones couldn’t do that back then hahaha! #todd #anniversary.”

Congrats to the happy couple!

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Mandy Moore Throws Cold Water On ‘Tangled’ And ‘Frozen’ Fan Theory

Sorry fans, Mandy Moore has outright rejected the theory that connects Disney’s 2010 animated feature “Tangled” with its 2013’s animated blockbuster “Frozen.” 

Fans have theorized that “Frozen’s” king and queen of Arendelle were on their way to the wedding of Rapunzel and Flynn from “Tangled” when their ship sank and they died. Fans believe that’s why the newlywed couple make a cameo in “Frozen” as they are obligated to be at Elsa’s coronation ceremony. 

It’s a rather disturbing theory and Moore, who voices Rupunzel in the Disney Channel’s new “Tangled” TV series, as well as the 2010 movie, was not having it. 

“That’s a pretty morbid fan theory,” Moore said while looking slightly horrified in an interview with TVLine, published Friday. “It feels like someone is really reaching, like into ‘Lost’ territory or something.”

“There is no connection as far as I know,” she continued. But I don’t think there is any connection. No. But sure, people can imagine what they will all day. That’s their prerogative.”

The theory actually goes a step further and connects the sunken ship that appears in Disney’s the “Little Mermaid” as potentially belonging to to the king and queen of Arendelle. 

It’s all very creative and the co-director of “Frozen,” Chris Buck, further connected films within the Disney universe when he participated in a Reddit AMA in August 2015.

According to Buck, the king and queen didn’t die on that ship. Rather, they washed up on the shore of a “jungle island,” where the queen gave birth to a baby boy. Together they all lived in a tree house before tragedy struck and the king and queen were eaten by a leopard. The baby boy was left to be “raised by gorillas.” If that sounds like the start to Disney’s “Tarzan,” it’s no coincidence that Buck also directed that movie and further helps cement the theory that all Disney films are somehow connected.

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‘Big Bang Theory’ Recap: Penny’s Married?!

The problem with big swings is sometimes you hit a home run and other times strike out. Maybe a football metaphor would be more appropriate for tonight’s “Big Bang Theory.” The problem with Hail Mary passes is sometimes you complete and score a touchdown and other times the ball lands yards away from the receiver. Bringing all the characters together for what felt like a big Thanksgiving episode and then making Penny married on top of all that felt like a big swing Hail Mary combination — and it didn’t hit a grand slam or reach the end zone. That’s not to say the episode didn’t have its highlights. It just didn’t all come together.

Do I find it plausible that when Penny and Zach were dating they had a drunken holiday in Vegas and got married by a fake Elvis? Yes, I find that entirely plausible. Do I find it plausible that Penny would think Vegas weddings aren’t real? Absolutely not. The entire premise of the episode’s A-story is comical but broad and flimsy. One would have to be really dumb and have little cultural awareness for this to ring true. It’s another example of the writers stretching her stupidity to its breaking point, and while it can be funny at times, it ruins her credibility. As frustrating and neurotic as Leonard is (and he is very), Penny doesn’t have much of a leg to stand on when she gets angry. Her mistake is so hair brained and epic, any anger comes across as false. Paired with Leonard’s extreme reaction, it equals a whole bunch of off-putting behavior.

This is all cut somewhat when Zach arrives, as he’s humorously less intelligent than everyone else (and he gets a few good jokes in). But it’s not enough. By the episode’s end, it was a lot of high concept story with little payoff. Penny and Leonard’s reconciliation is swift in the spirit of the holiday — and true to “Big Bang Theory” — but vague and inconsequential. Will Penny and Leonard get married someday? Probably. Did this episode bring them closer together or farther apart as a couple? It did neither.

Meanwhile, various shenanigans are happening on the fringes of this story. In a somewhat meandering, yet eventually humorous subplot, Sheldon starts out the episode dreading going to Wolowitz’s mother’s house for Thanksgiving. (He compares his plight to African American slavery in a series of three jokes all told in poor taste.) But he ends up bonding with Bernadette’s father Mike over football and making fun of Howard. It’s fun to watch Parsons play drunk and see Sheldon’s gridiron knowledge again (introduced in season three episode six). On the other hand, the humor at the expense of Howard’s daddy issues is more problematic, as it undermines the superb episodes from last season that tackled his problems. Bernie’s father as the straight man among all the crazy was a good touch. The show mined a lot of comedy out of throwing him into that dynamic. Amy’s reaction to Sheldon’s slap on the butt too was a winning moment, thanks to Mayim Bialik.

Then you have Raj cooking and Howard’s mother upstairs and the episode begins to feel stuffed. These runners were tolerable and worked once or twice, but made the half-hour feel scattered. Putting all the characters in one place and letting the sparks fly should have worked like gangbusters for “Big Bang,” but its aspirations ended up being the episode’s biggest failure. Little moments and jokes broke through but this wasn’t up to par with stronger recent installments. But sometimes Thanksgiving can be dysfunctional, so who can blame them? Now let’s go throw around the pigskin … as long as this isn’t a kosher household.

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‘Big Bang Theory’ Recap: Sheldon Vs. Newhart Round Two

In an old-school sweeps move, “Big Bang” pulled a bit of stunt casting and brought back TV legend Bob Newhart to reprise his role as the gangs’ beloved childhood icon Professor Proton. The Professor, AKA Arthur Jeffries, is a former kids’ science show host that was last seen in May being hired by Sheldon and Leonard for some quality time. Newhart went on to win his much-deserved first Emmy award for the role and his performance in tonight’s episode only reinforces his merit. The man’s comic timing and line delivery at 84 has clearly not waned and “Big Bang” manages to use him in a mostly constructive way.

At the top of “The Proton Displacement”, Sheldon, Leonard and Amy run into Jeffries at the pharmacy on “Restock the Medicine Cabinet” day. Sheldon is thrilled and in a move foreshadowing his behavior to come he decides he won’t bother him … he’ll talk to him instead. Immediately Newhart’s presence is felt, not only in the audience’s retro applause for the great actor, but in his perfectly measured responses. If they were going to make the man a recurring cast member today, I would be very on board. Need further convincing? The punchline before the credits is just him sighing. And it works. Despite the abundance of old jokes, Newhart uses his age to his advantage and provides a perfectly exasperated foil to Sheldon’s antics.

The Professor Proton plot that follows concerns the aging scientist asking Leonard for help with a research paper and Sheldon getting jealous. Yes, Sheldon repeatedly asking if he’s annoying is annoying, but the writers carefully dole out Sheldon’s worst tendencies. They then counter those tendencies with the others getting genuinely mad and/or Dr. Cooper failing marvelously. Amy almost confronts Sheldon about his annoying personality, and though she doesn’t, we can see that she so badly wants to. In contrast, Professor Proton has no problem confronting him and shutting the door in his face. All of this leads to Newhart’s character asking Leonard why he puts up with Sheldon. Though it’s been addressed before, it was great to see the show hit this question head on again. It feels earned following Sheldon’s misbehavior and stirs some true emotion from Leonard.

Sheldon responds to Professor Proton’s rejection by calling up a TV scientist of his own. In a clever meta turn, Dr. Cooper enlists Bill Nye the Science Guy. Fresh off a spin on “Dancing With the Stars”, Nye has been making it a habit of turning up on broadcast TV recently. The show gets a lot of mileage playing their fictional TV scientist off the real TV scientist. The Nye of “Big Bang” was inspired by Professor Proton apparently, but Newhart’s character only sees it as a ripoff act. The jokes around this premise were among the best of the episode (much better than most of the old jokes made about Newhart previously) and this may have been the 84-year-old’s best scene of the half hour. It also gives the show an opportunity to take Sheldon down a notch when his plan to use Nye fails miserably.

Round two of Sheldon versus Newhart wraps up with Professor Proton coming to understand Sheldon, apologizing to him and then not getting mad when he finds out that Sheldon hacked into his email account. That last part didn’t come across as believable to me, but the episode would have had to be twice as long to unpack that move. Sheldon returns the favor by calling his paper “inspired” and the two plan their revenge on Bill Nye. How sweet.

Over in our B story that doesn’t involve TV legends and kids’ show scientists, Howard hijacks Raj’s girls’ night. Howard’s oblivious eye to his best friend’s suffering felt unusually cruel — and bordering on Sheldon-esque behavior. Wolowitz really walks all over him and it’s pretty painful for most of the episode. (Also, that Jewish joke. Yikes.) Thankfully, Howard comes to and they remember why they’re best friends. This story does yield some hilarious moments though, such as Penny’s delightful inability to use glue and Amy declaring Howard and Raj will have sex before she and Sheldon. As for those light saber belt buckles? I wouldn’t be surprised if they show up in stores by Christmas.

“Big Bang” followed up one of its strongest episodes with another solid entry. Any episode that includes Bob Newhart, Bill Nye and electronic light saber belt buckles is alright by me. It didn’t feel like a major step forward in character or plot development, but it was a fun outing that didn’t jeopardize real emotion. We’re in desperate need of a funny Penny A-story I’d say, but with Newhart around who’s going to complain?

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