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.@jen_bogo asks @peterthiel: "Would you upload your brain to a computer to live forever?" Answer at popsci.com/peterthiel
268,820 square miles: size of Texas, a close match for this algal bloom. The week in numbers: popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/OkX1OiSiWH
Thanks to Windell Oskay at #makerfaire for egging us on! (Yes, we're a bunch of eggheads.) #yolkyolkjokes #toomanypuns #dealwithit
With no steering wheel to worry about, could self-driving cars become hubs for advertising? popsci.com/article/cars/s… pic.twitter.com/MCxx5qRNMk
As the Ebola outbreak spreads through Africa, gorilla poop could be the key to stopping it popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/oI4diMihz6
Meet Stella: She’s a solar powered family car that can power your house when she’s parked popsci.com/article/cars/s… pic.twitter.com/moHdgmDwnv
The Army is eyeing three vehicles to replace the Humvee — and they all drop in from the sky popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/v7CSZmUCC5
Sweet gone sour: artificial sweeteners may actually contribute to obesity and diabetes popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/SZAJ6hnSyu
NASA microbe detection technology is being used for a new purpose -- to sterilize human tissue popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/tyO9GRlR5C
Next week is Climate Week, and @PopSci will be there - for every mass march and summit popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/BfFkFerY2q
Peter Thiel stopped by the @PopSci offices this week to discuss how to make the future awesome popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/Bbnnjj9e2c
A tiny galaxy is home to one gigantic black hole -- plus more amazing images of the week popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/TItlCUpnjJ
This week in drones, a humanoid robot learns to fly a plane on a flight simulator. How meta popsci.com/article/techno… youtube.com/watch?v=e7WEXo…
With no steering wheel to worry about, could self-driving cars become hubs for advertising? popsci.com/article/cars/s… pic.twitter.com/Zrdycu61vS
A group of mousetronauts are on their way to space this weekend to live on the ISS for a month popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/LxQ7XV17OH
A Chinese arms manufacturer has unveiled a new rocket launcher — designed to be LESS deadly popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/snufbvwvcO
During the Apollo missions, astronauts had to pass through the radiation-dense Van Allen belts popsci.com/blog-network/v… pic.twitter.com/k2b4z2duit
This hurricane season, fight back against monster storms — using common household items popsci.com/article/diy/ho… pic.twitter.com/WOBjezLUqK
Passed my boss in casual conversation with a robot. Just another Friday morning at @PopSci.
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NASA microbe detection technology is being used for a new purpose -- to sterilize human tissue popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/pnCFYJR1Xx
An illustrated lesson in epidemiology: The risk of being a frequent convention attendee popsci.com/blog-network/b… pic.twitter.com/cqcHha7dBz
Boeing’s NASA-funded space taxi has an extra seat for interested (and wealthy) space tourists popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/qIoA0FTErt
The Russian Embassy and the White House have some nosy neighbors: a whole litter of phony cell towers popsci.com/article/gadget…
Since 2007, TV shows and movies haven’t been saying the phrase “global warming” all that much popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/es2Bmee8b0
Sweet gone sour: artificial sweeteners may actually contribute to obesity and diabetes popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/hpQFc5onSo
Remember, you have until Sept. 30 to enter the Vizzies with your visualizations of science popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/iiHuz1iz1G
#TBT to September 1964, when @PopSci rode the first bullet train & pushed for floating toilets popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/hC6av3cuCl
The Army is eyeing three vehicles to replace the Humvee — and they all drop in from the sky popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/wLl3nm2y4j
Meet Stella: She’s a solar powered family car that can power your house when she’s parked popsci.com/article/cars/s… pic.twitter.com/ZDc91I4o6w
Boeing’s NASA-funded space taxi has an extra seat for interested (and wealthy) space tourists popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/AEE6v6dCpr
In times of crisis, social innovation director Patrick Meier deciphers tweets—to save lives popsci.com/article/how-tw… pic.twitter.com/wyYufiuHxz
An illustrated lesson in epidemiology: The risk of being a frequent convention attendee popsci.com/blog-network/b… pic.twitter.com/cSKojZECyY
TV shows and movies haven’t said the phrase “global warming” much since 2007 popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/oSCZZLV1ee
The brightest young minds reshaping science and the world. Meet @PopSci’s Brilliant 10 of 2014 popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/tza7WJTlHt
After (awkwardly) reuniting long lost siblings, 23andMe won’t be notifying users of close genetic matches popsci.com/article/scienc…
Recent photos have revealed that the Chinese Air Force has its own pterodactyl drone popsci.com/blog-network/e… pic.twitter.com/SPn1kjIvSh
A quantum ménage à trois: physicists entangle three photons of light with one another popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/5T6ApkVC85
Chinese Predator, I mean Pterodactyl drone enters service Pics and more @PopSci EasternArsenal popsci.com/blog-network/e…
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One scientist explains: When medical research uses mostly white subjects, it puts ethnic minorities at risk popsci.com/article/scienc…
Interceptors can hack mobile phones into spythings, and a bunch were just discovered in Washington D.C.: popsci.com/article/gadget…
Tail guns may be making a comeback on warplanes — as freakin’ lasers! popsci.com/article/techno… pic.twitter.com/CWsjMtUn9Q
Citizen scientists! Here’s how you can help researchers by looking at pictures of penguins popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/ibp6IdHBdB
Researchers shine light on an artificial atom, turning photons into crystal-like structures popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/dgaRWtXz1v
This algal bloom may be a lovely shade of green, but it’s also choking natural food chains popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/eXwMQ4Imyx
After (awkwardly) reuniting long lost siblings, 23andMe won’t be notifying users of close genetic matches popsci.com/article/scienc…
The Texas state board of education is considering textbooks that deny climate change popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/tPsRVmKs94
Rosetta has taken a lot of photos of its buddy comet 67P, but something seems to be missing... popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/VfaL49UEcs
The brightest young minds reshaping science and the world. Meet @PopSci’s Brilliant 10 of 2014 popsci.com/article/scienc… pic.twitter.com/jduUqBUHdz