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5.3 million years of sea level change on one cliff face
Our Absurd Creature of the Week is a badass ant who can skydive
We're fascinated by these crazy Mustangs that never were
How a fleet of 6-mile-long solar panels in space could have provided U.S. energy needs
Why Americans aren't ready for the future Amazon and Google want to build
Take a look at the silent hybrid motorcycles the Pentagon will use for stealth raids
Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are rushing to get rich off weed
"Transcendence" is too terrible to even hate-watch
It's been more than 15 years since science and sci-fi magazine Omni ceased publication. Thankfully, it's being revived by Claire Evans, a noted science writer (and lead singer of electro-pop band YACHT). Last weekend, Omni descended on New York City’s Red Bull Studios with OMNIPRESENT: A Different V
Comics sex, El Niño, and pizza-cutter bikes: This week in WIRED comments
"High Tech" On Silicon Valley's newfound interest in the cannabis business: (by @mat, @WIRED)
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How bonobos use sex to de-stress and make up with friends
There’s a truism about the gold rush days of San Francisco: It wasn’t the miners who got rich; it was the people selling picks and shovels. As the marijuana legalization trend picks up steam, Silicon Valley thinks it can make a better shovel. Visit to read about how tech entrepreneurs are
The 10 best releases to grab this Record Store Day
WIRED's social media has been nominated for a Webby! Vote for us in the People's Voice Awards!
This weekend's playlist should just be called "throwback"
This article has everything you've come to expect from @mat: wit, humor, and vaporizers.… + nice work by @azambelich
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A 3-D-printed body suit becomes a wearable MP3 player
Here’s the vaping feature I’ve been waiting for…
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How a fleet of 6-mile-long solar panels in space could have provided U.S. energy needs
A bright ring surrounds what may have been the site of explosive volcanic activity on Mercury
Spermbot: A living sperm remotely controlled by a magnetic field, used to treat infertility or to deliver chemotherapy #JargonWatch
Meet the charming bees that live inside snail shells
yup yup @mat's story on weed and tech is indeed incredible:…
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This amazing flip book of birds and butterflies is like an Audubon guide come to life