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Sun February 02, 2014
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(io9)
 
 
 
The first Cosmos trailer is here. The Sun is over there
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(Boing Boing)
 
 
 
'Earth,' animated online realtime map of global weather conditions, is beautiful and awesome
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(Yahoo)
 
 
 
The sport where athletes retire earliest is a) football b) rugby c) gaming
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(Film School Rejects)
 
 
 
A movie ABOUT Mystery Science Theater 3000? Should it be good or should it bad so we can make fun of it? YOU DECIDE
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(Medium)
 
 
 
How did the bicycle cross the highway? On a Hovenring, of course. I didn't get it either, until I saw the pictures... what a feat of engineering
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(Some Helvetica Guy)
 
 
 
Typeset in the future. Way more than you ever wanted to know about the typography of 2OO1: A Space Odyssey
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(Mental Floss)
 
 
 
The biggest question today is not which team will win the Super Bowl, which commercial will be the best, or even how many people will flip over to the Puppy Bowl. No, the real question is how do they get the yellow first down line on the screen?
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(Geekosystem)
 
 
 
New printer uses water instead of ink to print. In related news, the price of water is now $17,000 per gallon
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(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
Remember ASCII art? Well, it all started as "artyping" and it's been around since the 1890s. Here's a brief history with some impressive examples :D
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(Daily Kos)
 
 
 
Demise of Net Neutrality explained with Seuss-esque poetry + HD animation ― Subby plays "What's That Tab?" (Business? Geek? Politics? Video? Heck, even Sports) as well as "What's That Tag?" (~½ would be applicable, at least ¼ downright appropriate)
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(Billings Gazette)
 
 
 
What starts with a bang strong enough to register on seismographs, can be heard for up to a mile away, and is capable of shooting jets of scalding water for 24 to 48 hours? This bad girl is back
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(Network World)
 
 
 
Help liberate 4 million inhabitants of the "Island of Misfit Songs"
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Sat February 01, 2014
(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
If you have precious childhood memories of toys like Barbie, Papa Smurf or My Little Pony, after this you'll never look at them the same way again
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(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
A look at what happens when big data meets pornography
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
People in Apple stores will believe ANYTHING you say if you wear a blue shirt
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(The Verge)
 
 
 
This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine. This little light of mine, is my nuclear demolition backpack
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(YouTube)
 
 
 
It really doesn't get any more awkward than this
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(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
On this day in 1957 a wanker named Felix invented the Wankel engine
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(Nature)
 
 
 
"Sex with Neanderthals had its ups and downs"
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(Stuff.co.nz)
 
 
 
The best times of the day to eat, exercise, shop? Hint: Don't sleep late
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(Some Snow Miser)
 
 
 
People in the South are trying to prove that snow is actually fake because it's a government conspiracy. Fark won't post this because they're in on it...or ARE they?
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(CNN)
 
 
 
Delicate snowflakes up close. No, this isn't another article about Millennials
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(KVIA El Paso)
 
 
 
Thousands of jobs to be lost in New Jersey, Oregon
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Soon, you will be more machine than man
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(ABC News)
 
 
 
Yahoo email addresses and passwords stolen. Company braces for complaints from all seven users
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(Kotaku)
 
 
 
There is a perfect way to hold a hamburger. Here comes the juicy, mouth-watering science
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Fri January 31, 2014
(Watts Up With That)
 
 
 
Want to combat global warming? Don't use a green roof. Want to improve the environment? A white roof might not be where it's at
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(9 to 5 Mac)
 
 
 
Remember Clippy? Yeah, Microsoft stole that from Apple, too
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(Betabeat)
 
 
 
New phone app will help you hook up on plane rides, if awkward cramped bathroom sex is your thing
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(Library of Congress)
 
 
 
Carl Sagan's notes and class materials for two courses he taught are now available online. No information on his recipe for apple pie
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Then he fixes the cable? (Not safe for work)
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
It is cheaper for us to buy you a new computer than to support Internet Explorer 7. Enjoy your new ChromeBook. Sincerely, NursingJobs
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(io9)
 
 
 
This collection of never-before-seen concept art from David Lynch's Dune makes you wonder who dropped the ball during production
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(BBC)
 
 
 
Of course it sounds nasty to us when a British journalist deliberately eats a tapeworm, but it's probably not so bad for someone raised on spotted dick and jellied eels
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(Flowing Data)
 
 
 
It takes this much snow to cancel school
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
New species of big-head monster fish found in Idaho. Researchers call it "Todd"
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(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
This supercar is so stealthy that no one outside America would call it supercar
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(Time)
 
 
 
Short people are paranoid suspicious little jerks and everyone hates them, says Science
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
There's something oddly therapeutic about watching one machine eat another
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
Scientists have created a one-way sound machine where you can hear another person but they can't hear you, or as women call them, men
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(Medium)
 
 
 
Is running up an inclined treadmill the same, physically, as running up an actual mountain? Here's what science has to say. But it *still* doesn't explain the roller skater from the Michael Jackson "Bad" video
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Thu January 30, 2014
(Topless Robot)
 
 
 
Relax, Ghostbusters fans; you won't have to buy multiple Legos in order to make an ECTO-1 and Ghostbusters team; Lego is finally making an official set thanks to a new fan poll
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(New York Daily News)
 
 
 
The most promising technology of our times has been shut down by the FAA
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(Boing Boing)
 
 
 
RIP Colonel Meow
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(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
Facebook, which originally allowed you to remain anonymous, and then demanded you be yourself, is thinking about letting you be anonymous again shiatcock
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(The Australian)
 
 
 
Good news. Now the nearsighted can be giant douches as well
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(Medical Daily)
 
 
 
New "werewolf" diet is based on the cycle of the moon. Which is not to be confused with most Americans' diet which is based on Moon Pies
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
New research says that gossiping has a positive effect on society. At least that's what the people doing the study have heard
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(io9)
 
 
 
Fascinating timelapse shows an entire year's worth of Earth's weather
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Ability to modulate in-situ bandgap tuning of graphene oxide achieved by electrochemical bias. Duh
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(Economist)
 
 
 
Snowstorm that hit Atlanta this week called "Apocalypse without zombies" (pic)
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(Jezebel)
 
 
 
How often do you really NEED to shower? (For those of you who actually do)
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(BBC)
 
 
 
Alasitas: Bolivia's festival of mass consumption, where people buy their wish list in miniature to attract the attentions of Ekeko, the God of Abundance. I bet Christmas shopping is a lot easier in Bolivia
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(The American Prospect)
 
 
 
"You'd think if there's anything we Americans would be good at, it's executions. So why can't we come up with a reliable and painless way to kill a man?"
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(Network World)
 
 
 
Patent troll sues movie distributors for distributing movies
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(Rocketnews 24)
 
 
 
Researchers find cure for cancer. Still no cure for Bieberism
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Animation of Earth shows freezing Polar Vortex penetrating deep into North America
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Russian couple use Playstation 4 webcam to broadcast live sex session to all PS4 owners, leave gamers confused and outraged because it's the first time many have ever seen a real, live naked person
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(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
Fine, fine, I'll admit humanities majors are among the most successful graduates. This is, of course, a group trend and not necessarily applicable to you. Now, can you get me my latte? I have a real job to get to
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
Mexican butterflies flying across the border in droves, taking jobs from good, hardworking, American butterflies
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(Spiegel)
 
 
 
Nazi sex pirate thinks Google is so 'Arrogant they do whatever they like'
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Scientists say the perfect nap time to feel refreshed is between 10 and 20 minutes, which is about as long as someone can fall asleep at work before the boss comes back around
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(National Geographic)
 
 
 
New research reveals that Nazis were trying to weaponize mosquitos when war ended
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(Digital Trends)
 
 
 
Here's how to watch hundreds of more movies on Netflix by bypassing the regional filter. Use this knowledge only for good
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(Houston Press)
 
 
 
Debunking NASA urban legends, or "No, they didn't spend a billion dollars on a pen when a pencil works just fine"
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(Discovery)
 
 
 
Snakes jump from trees and glide 100 feet to attack. Sleep tight
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Say what you will about this Polar Vortex, at least it's not raining molten iron
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Wed January 29, 2014
(Stuff.co.nz)
 
 
 
The Middle Earth Project is looking to rebuild all of Middle Earth in virtual space. All of it. NERDGASM
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
Blogging has turned 20, yours still sucks
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Cool tag: Physicists have created a synthetic magnetic monopole. Spiffy: this particle's existence was predicted 85 years ago
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Are you a hairy diabetic who smokes and suffers from stomach cramps? Do people call you a Neanderthal? They're right
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(io9)
 
 
 
Red mercury was created to serve as a) stealth technology for nuclear bombs, b) missile guidance system, c) fictive substance invented by law enforcement agencies so they could catch potential terrorists trying to acquire the wonder material
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(LA Times)
 
 
 
In a stunning upset, the award for the most revolting collection of dead and dying exotic pythons goes to *****drumroll***** California. Sorry Florida. Better luck next year
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(io9)
 
 
 
Did China's one-child policy actually manage to reduce population growth? Here comes the science
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(Chron)
 
 
 
NASA scientists announce the first lawsuit ever discovered on the red planet
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(CBS Tampa)
 
 
 
This may come as a bit of a shock to you if you had plans for a little bit of travel, but CBS is reporting that human meatbags are not prepared for life in outer space
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(Quartz)
 
 
 
Some people still hear from the "You've Got Mail" guy every morning
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(The Next Web)
 
 
 
How poor security practices at PayPal and GoDaddy enabled a man to be hacked for his Twitter account
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Tracker Jackers one step closer to reality
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(GoFundMe)
 
 
 
Horrible: 11yr old boy attempts suicide to escape bullying because he's a brony. Awesome: Fandom responds by raising over $10K (and counting) in less than a day
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Scientists discover that people can tell fatty foods from others by the smell. Apparently the fatty foods are the ones that smell like something you would actually want to eat
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(Live Science)
 
 
 
And for 1.7 million they will paint it black to look like a shark
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(Washington Times)
 
 
 
Army develops "combat gum" that fights soldiers cavities in the field. At least there's one military technology they won't have to worry about falling into the hands of the British
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(IT World)
 
 
 
Philadelphia now letting the public vote on what city data to make open. Here comes the wave of cheesesteak-related data sets
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(Wired)
 
 
 
US Army seeks holodeck suppliers. I'll be in my bunker
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(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
Daww, those are the sweetest nightmares inducing crawlers, ever
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
MIT students develop device that lets you physically feel the emotions of a book. If only someone would write a book that actually makes you feel something
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(Forbes)
 
 
 
Bad breath may not be the only thing you can smell coming from your mouth
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(ZDNet)
 
 
 
Cool: Cortana is coming to Microsoft devices, beat the crap out of Siri. FAIL: It's Microsoft, so the bugs should be worked out by the time the Spartans actually exist
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(CNBC)
 
 
 
Hamburg, Germany now studying ways to eliminate cars by 2034. Simple solution: Just raise the price of gas to $20 a gallon and see how that works out
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
Dallas Aquarium creates peanut butter and jellyfish. Success of the experiment has reportedly led a local zoo to try to create Rhesus Pieces
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(CNN)
 
 
 
Oldest known Mesopotamian version of Great Flood story found in recently discovered cuneiform tablet. Apparently we were drowned because we were too noisy. Oh, and the ark was round
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(Giant Freakin Robot)
 
 
 
A look at the Star Trek reboot that happened in an alternate universe
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(Boobies)
 
 
 
Think Beijing's famous smog Is bad? Delhi's is worse
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Tue January 28, 2014
(Independent)
 
 
 
Study shows people who are dumped are more likely to have revenge sex than those doing the dumping
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(Star Trek)
 
 
 
The food replicator featured in the Star Trek franchise nears reality. Its ability to screw up a decent cup of Earl Grey is still in question
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Now this is "digital" art
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Did you know you can take photos of the Sun at night, through the Earth itself?
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(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Real Life: You forget to pay your rent on time and receive a strongly worded letter. Eve-Online: You forget to pay your rent and lose $200,000 worth of spaceships
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Bright sunlight may lead to frowns and aggression, explaining why there are so many happy and chipper people in places like Seattle
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(Uproxx)
 
 
 
The best impression of a dying Tauntaun done by a former SNL cast member you'll see all week
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(Slashdot)
 
 
 
"You know what would make Google Glass even better? Attaching a pencil-holder to it. Or a flower-pot." Google Glass's usefulness as a pickup tool drops rapidly to 0
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(Metro)
 
 
 
Warning: Do not stare at this image of two squares of opposing horizontal and vertical black, red and green lines. Ha... you looked, now you're going to break your brain with the McCollough effect
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(Bay News 9)
 
 
 
Good news everyone. Scientists extracted DNA of Justinian Plague that killed half of humanity 1500 years ago
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(BBC)
 
 
 
A British team is developing a car that will be capable of reaching 1,000mph
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(IT World)
 
 
 
Apparently, Linus Torvalds can afford to just walk away from $136
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(Space.com)
 
 
 
Several stars are apparently fed up with the Milky Way and decide to GTFO
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
No news if it was the Mythbusters trying to bust the deathstar myth, Jamie wanted a big boom
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(Medium)
 
 
 
We're all looking forward to the day when the Milky Way, Andromeda and the Triangulum Galaxy - the three biggest galaxies in our local group - merge to form "Milkdromeda." Why not look at a nearby triplet that's well on its way to getting there?
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Serious Business: Just a heads-up, Earth's magnetic field is collapsing
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Mon January 27, 2014
(CNN)
 
 
 
Bitcoin CEO arrested for money laundering, virtually
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
International Space Station, which had been scheduled to deorbit in 2016, then 2020, will continue circling Earth until at least 2020 or the next time NASA needs to threaten it over budget reductions
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
On Feb. 4, dozens of new domain name endings will be available, such as: .coffee, .computer, .buzz, .email, and .sucks. No, really
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(The Atlantic Cities)
 
 
 
When it comes to the problem of routing motorists around construction zones, "Japan has the answer and, as is often the case, it is robots"
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(New York Daily News)
 
 
 
Scientists reconstruct face of 7,000-year-old hunter-gatherer: 20% George Clooney and 80% Zach Galifianakis
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(Escapist Magazine)
 
 
 
35% of uploads from top torrent site is porn. With pic of what porn might look like
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(The Mary Sue)
 
 
 
Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day want you to join a day of gaming
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Scientists watch how the brain makes memories for the first time ever. As expected, our brains are just gooey hard drives
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
University professor embarks on a 10 year project to document Americans that embrace the "Rockabilly Lifestyle" and makes some very interesting discoveries. In other news, there are Americans who embrace the "Rockabilly Lifestyle"
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(Slashdot)
 
 
 
The gift that keeps on giving: Snowden reveals the NSA's involved in economic espionage. Shareholders at Airbus, Rafale and Sukhoi seen phoning their lawyers for what will be a long, long, long discovery process
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(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
Tall white space Nazis are not controlling Obama and the US Government says Paul Hellyer. This rumor comes from "Sorcha Faal," aka Such-a-Fail, aka Sister Theresa, via the Iranian agency, Fars. Hero tag is for the denial by Hellyer
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(Humans Invent)
 
 
 
Does the thought of having a humanoid robot in your home freak you out?
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(Rocketnews 24)
 
 
 
Okay, here's your damn exo-suit already. Go defend the universe and let me get some real engineering done
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(Medium)
 
 
 
Entangled photons produce quantum images of invisible targets they never hit. Mind blown
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(Mirror.co.uk)
 
 
 
"Crying into a donut isn't going to help you lose weight"
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(Hack A Day)
 
 
 
Old school clock bring back fishy memories
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(C|Net)
 
 
 
DIY spy: Make your own WWII Enigma Machine
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(CNN)
 
 
 
Old and busted: "Guys? Can I come home now?" New Hotness: "Goodnight humanity"
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(Popular Science)
 
 
 
North Carolina firm trumpets news that it has acquired a cold fusion machine. And while it hasn't even been proven to, you know, actually work, it also hasn't been proven that it doesn't, so they've got that going for them
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(Matador Network)
 
 
 
How to have fun outside during a polar vortex. Bring your driver's license in case there's a brisk game of "Remind yourself what sex you are"
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(Courier-Journal)
 
 
 
In Kentucky, computer programming now satisfies foreign-language requirement. Bonjour, FORTRAN
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(Computerworld)
 
 
 
Google spends $400 million to buy artificial intelligence company DeepMind and should really just go ahead and admit they are, in fact, SkyNet and be done with all the subterfuge
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(Kotaku)
 
 
 
You thought you had a slow weekend? This guy has been trying to walk to the end of Minecraft for three years
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(Bored Panda)
 
 
 
31 Room design ideas that don't matter, and 2 indoor slides that I need right now
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(Abc.net.au)
 
 
 
The human sigh is a physiological reset button, though it can't help you come back from that - ahem - 'premature excitement' problem of yours. SIGH
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Josh Trank clears things up, explains that Fox's Fantastic Four reboot will be a different kind of terrible than the one leaked online
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