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The Objects in Space That We Really, Really Can't Explain

The Objects in Space That We Really, Really Can't Explain | News we like | Scoop.it
Forget UFOs — there are a lot of objects and events in space that are identified, but still completely incomprehensible.
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Motorcyclist provides clear evidence of undeniable supremacy

Maximum Lean Angle//s.imgur.com/min/embed.js I can’t even touch my toes.
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Cats in Kimonos Are Now A Thing In Japan, And We Frankly Don't Know What To Think

Cats in Kimonos Are Now A Thing In Japan, And We Frankly Don't Know What To Think | News we like | Scoop.it
Japan has done it again and they have totally nailed their kawaii game by dressing our favorite furry pals with their traditional garment. Apparently, dressing cats in Kimonos are a thing now in Japan and they have transformed these fluffy creatures from adorable to utterly adorable. Bringing the kimono version of Hello Kitty into real …
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Want to escape Sao Paulo's traffic? Take a flying taxi

Want to escape Sao Paulo's traffic? Take a flying taxi | News we like | Scoop.it
While Uber has changed ground transport in many cities, Sao Paulo's infernal traffic jams have sparked a new app that opens the sky to commuters: Voom, a helicopter taxi service that charges according to distance and th
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The 6 Most Surprising, Important Inventions From World War I - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus

The 6 Most Surprising, Important Inventions From World War I - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus | News we like | Scoop.it
British soldiers in a World War I trench.Photograph by Ernest Brooks / Australian War Memorial / WikicommonsJust over 100 years ago,…
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How to unlock a Windows 10 PC with the Samsung Galaxy S8

How to unlock a Windows 10 PC with the Samsung Galaxy S8 | News we like | Scoop.it
Instead of typing in your password on your PC like a caveman, you can use the fingerprint scanner on your phone. It will make you feel like Tony Stark.
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California extends tough climate policy measures to 2030

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California legislators late Monday approved extending the state's tough measures to fight climate change to 2030, a major victory for Democratic Governor Jerry Brown.
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The US airline laptop ban is dead - SlashGear

The US government's laptop ban for travelers on Middle Eastern airlines has been lifted, with the rules squashed for the last airline to be impacted. The
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Cryogenic fish were reanimated with lasers (and it worked this time) - SlashGear

Scientists have successfully reanimated fish that were frozen as part of a cryopreservation project. Though the process was not perfect -- most of the fish died
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Net Neutrality and the Open Internet

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The debate over so-called "net neutrality" has raged for more than a decade between tech entrepreneurs and the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who deliver digital content to our computers and mobile devices. Scientific American takes a look at the FCC's proposed plans and clarifies what’s at stake for internet users.
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Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau dies at 89

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Martin Landau, chameleon-like actor who gained fame as the crafty master of disguise in the 1960s TV show Mission: Impossible, and then capped a long and versatile career with an Oscar for his portrayal of ageing horror movie star Bela Lugosi in 1994's Ed Wood, dies in Los Angeles. He was 89.
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Estonia to open world's first virtual data embassy

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Cyber-savvy Estonia has taken yet another step forward in global technology, as the small Baltic state is set to open the world's first data embassy in Luxembourg early next year.
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Cosmic farming

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A third prototype of the AstroPlant citizen science initiative made its debut at the Border Sessions festival in the Netherlands last week. The desktop greenhouse allows people to help collect data on potential crops to gro
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Imperial academic discusses his work on algae fuel factories

Dr Antonio Del Rio Chanona from the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London is working on a new, rapid and cost effective way of creating biofuels. If successful his work may help sectors like the transport industry to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.
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Local councils join forces to fight climate change

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A group of local government councils are joining forces in an ambitious effort to tackle climate change, inspired by a new report from the Climate Council showing cities, urban centres and rural townships have the potential to slash energy emissions by a staggering 70 per cent.
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SNL writer replies to Trump tweets as if they're personal texts and it's hysterical

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Most people who follow Trump on Twitter will either cheer him on, shout back at him, or run the other way. But SNL writer Josh Patten responds to Trump’s tweets as if Trump had texted them di…
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3-D models help scientists gauge flood impact

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Heavy rainfall can cause rivers and drainage systems to overflow or dams to break, leading to flood events that bring damage to property and road systems as well potential loss of human life.
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Twitter Account Mocking Southern Rail Is For Everyone That’s Ever Been Delayed

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Twitter Account Mocking Southern Rail Is For Everyone That’s Ever Been Delayed
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[It lives!!!] Google Glass emerges from 2-year silence with new Enterprise Edition and wider availability to partners

[It lives!!!] Google Glass emerges from 2-year silence with new Enterprise Edition and wider availability to partners | News we like | Scoop.it
What's that strange feeling? Almost like I've seen a ghost. Oh, Google Glass isn't dead after all? That'll be it. There have been recent signs that the see... by Scott Scrivens in Glass, Google, News, Smart Glasses
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Japan's space robot will steal your heart from the ISS - SlashGear

Japan's space agency has an adorable ball-shaped camera that looks like something from Wall-E, and it is live on the International Space Station right now. The
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Naturalness as a success factor

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"Naturalness" is a construct – but according to a new study from the ETH Consumer Behavior group, a product's success on the food market is primarily defined by whether or not consumers perceive it as natural.
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The Super 73 Scout e-bike is a city cruiser for the future

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When Aaron Wong and his co-workers at Lithium Cycles flipped a Kickstarter campaign live last summer, they only expected about 50 to 100 people to plunk down enough cash for their product
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Elon Musk talks cars—and humanity's fate—with governors

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk warned a bipartisan gathering of U.S. governors on Saturday that government regulation of artificial intelligence is needed because it's a "fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization."
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UK not ready for Brexit's impact on food, report warns

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The UK is unprepared for the most complex ever change to its food system, which will be required before Brexit, according to a new briefing paper published by SPRU, the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex.
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Self-fueling boat sets off from Paris on 6-year world trip

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A boat that fuels itself is setting off around the world from Paris on a six-year journey that its designers hope will serves as a model for emissions-free energy networks of the future.
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How Ancient Roman concrete still stands while modern version erodes

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Concrete marine structures built thousands of years ago by the Ancient Romans are stronger now than when they were first built, and scientists have uncovered the chemistry behind how it works.
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