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Some forms of unobtainium are based on real physics, but beyond the current scope of human engineering, such as room-temperature superconductors; they would revolutionize just about every form of technology, but they are not in and of themselves dangerous or based on some exotic physics-bending principle.

Others are more fantastic "high-grade" unobtainium, such as antimatter, which would be a revolutionary way of storing huge amounts of energy, if it didn't violently conventional matter it comes into contact with, including air molecules and the walls of whatever you're trying to store the damn stuff in.

Not to mention some people such as Al Gore actually profit from Carbon Taxes and other green energy laws.

If they actually believed what they preached they would be leading quite different lives.

With Speaker Paul Ryan announcing that he’s leaving office after his term ends, late night had a slightly more upbeat tone on Wednesday. “The Late Show” then played a clip from Ryan’s announcement to Congress that he’s done, in which Ryan claimed that he “really actually didn’t” want the Speaker gig back when he got it in 2015. We didn’t want you to have this job either,” Colbert quipped.

Like Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert was excited to have a new reason to rip Ryan. “Of course, there’s a lot of speculation that Ryan is jumping ship before a big Democratic wave sweeps the midterms. Ryan’s ‘longtime dream’ has been reforming the tax code.

Following this would be medical and/or chemical wish-fulfillers; Classical real-world alchemy casually referred to carmot, the base substance of the Philosopher's Stone, and Azoth, either the "universal medicine" or "universal solvent".

The ancient Greek writer Plato referred to "orichalcum" (Greek for "mountain bronze") in his description of Atlantis.

For Willing Suspension of Disbelief, authors may pick out something actively being researched within the scientific community at the time of writing and run with it.

By Elmer Beauregard The Senate voted this week on whether Climate Change is real or a hoax, I think it’s a hoax and here’s why.

I’m sure you’ve heard in the news that 2014 was supposed to be the hottest year ever.

Reich is Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley and Senior Fellow at the Blum Center for Developing Economies.

He served as Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration, for which Time Magazine named him one of the ten most effective cabinet secretaries of the twentieth century.

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