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By 2030, billions will live in megacities. These ideas could make them more liveable wrd.cm/1xXCEvn pic.twitter.com/3RfvbOhoOc
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We all might be living in an infinite hologram wrd.cm/1r6Au7B pic.twitter.com/aMm6is6loI
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Harvard researchers have built a robot to teach kids to code - and it costs just $10 wrd.cm/1xLrPPd pic.twitter.com/bBn3gx459C
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This adorably creepy gliding mammal is basically just a big flap of skin wrd.cm/1FaqUXH pic.twitter.com/JXYIjRGP00
This tiny engine could make leaf blowers sound less like jets wrd.cm/1zKR4iE pic.twitter.com/Zysead5pFo
To see back in time, you need a massive telescope—one big enough to capture light from when the first galaxies were formed, 13.5 billion years ago. Astronomers are clamoring to see this light, so NASA is obliging them by building the James Webb Space Telescope. The Webb will operate 1 million miles
"Never Alone" is a harrowing journey into the folklore of Alaska natives. Review: wrd.cm/1F9Doi8 pic.twitter.com/KI5c5OrbD7
Time travel is real. Here are the people and spacecraft who have done it: wrd.cm/1FbBQ9l pic.twitter.com/jFDE2YTd7G
Sony's new Xperia is a waterproof smartphone with soggy software. Our review: wrd.cm/1vxgXUV pic.twitter.com/7wH3xgZ8Dl
This wristband tracks your basketball skills and suggests shooting drills wrd.cm/1vx9s0g pic.twitter.com/5NOC1oISbN
A definitive ranking of the most important characters in the "Hunger Games" franchise wrd.cm/1r6ewl7 pic.twitter.com/XBtueePekX
Stand up. Look at your feet. Now imagine boring a hole straight down. After nearly 8,000 miles that hole would break through to the other side—another hemisphere, another culture, another season, another world. Wherever it ends up, you and the other side are at antipodes, diametrically opposed point
The colugo is confusing because it's adorable but it has too much skin, like cute old people. wired.com/2014/11/absurd… pic.twitter.com/6y733x6ZqK
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Nine works of art that really bend your senses wrd.cm/1xWPji0 pic.twitter.com/oWmqDQoqYC
Cuteness overload MT “@WIRED: A baby baboon snuggled with a teddy bear wrd.cm/1r5KMEU pic.twitter.com/UHK8MnGj4i
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Here's how you ship an F1 car across the globe in 36 hours wrd.cm/1xWQa2f pic.twitter.com/GbHyJbueyu
This week in cute and wild animal incidents: A baby baboon snuggled with a teddy bear wrd.cm/1r5KMEU pic.twitter.com/gZ8aDKUyHP
Nathan Crowley is one of Hollywood’s most daring and sought-after production designers. Those in his profession are responsible for the overall look and feel of a film—helping producers and directors scout locations, designing sets and props, and determining what will be handled with effects in post
By 2030, billions will live in megacities. These ideas could make them more liveable wrd.cm/1AtV8qB pic.twitter.com/FEpSWuR9XN
We all might be living in an infinite hologram wrd.cm/1xKCHgp pic.twitter.com/Ip8rzi5T2Y
Harvard researchers have built a robot to teach kids to code - and it costs just $10 wrd.cm/1xKjuv9 pic.twitter.com/eOi0JVG038
How designers recreated Alan Turing's code-breaking computer for "Imitation Game" wrd.cm/1r5lvKY pic.twitter.com/zmSoPM85tu
This adorably creepy gliding mammal is basically just a big flap of skin wrd.cm/1FaMQnq pic.twitter.com/1YDZFF2vTC
24 photos taken at the exact same moment all around the world wrd.cm/1v3dJXn pic.twitter.com/w2DRQVCiV2
A 5-year-old is now the youngest person ever qualified to install Microsoft Windows wrd.cm/1zJO5a8 pic.twitter.com/y11Xnagrdl