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What if our money were designed to celebrate science instead of presidents? wrd.cm/1CcAbSQ pic.twitter.com/JOiBnkxjcI
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Artist Erin O’Keefe explores multiple dimensions in a two-dimensional plane in her series The Flatness. She builds small, tabletop dioramas out of an 8×11 printed picture, printed out Photoshop gradients, and painted plywood. O’Keefe shoots the still life in such a way that the included photograph
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How the world's first computer was rescued from the scrap heap wrd.cm/1rqfIjx pic.twitter.com/jgEPua1uAy
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Why the violence in "Mockingjay" is actually good for teens wrd.cm/1HEWQHE pic.twitter.com/FaECyeCGbW
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For his master’s thesis, American designer Travis Purrington gave US currency a top-to-bottom, front-to-back overhaul reimagined to celebrate science instead of presidents. The $50 note has a labyrinthine drawing of a circuit board; flip it over, and there’s an astronaut’s helmet, reflecting a view
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This tea kettle alternative is cooler, cleaner, and more eco-friendly wrd.cm/1rdFM6S pic.twitter.com/AaOReZmB2C
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This electric concept car could finally convince Americans to buy Mitsubishis wrd.cm/1rpcGMn pic.twitter.com/LE7LSpEeuY
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Behind the scenes with WIRED editor in chief @sdadich and Christopher Nolan. Nolan is the special guest editor of our December issue, out now. (📷 @danwintersphoto)
Review: The 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S looks like a Porsche 911 and has oodles of torque. wrd.cm/1HEtpFO pic.twitter.com/6ODc9ELESY
ENIAC is back! How the world's first computer was rescued from the scrap heap wrd.cm/15mHVDr pic.twitter.com/BOOXus8mvO
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If money celebrated science instead of presidents, we'd have astronauts on our cash wrd.cm/1CaafHF pic.twitter.com/dThWaMzll7
This '63 Batmobile was found rusting in a field. Now it's as good as new and costs $500K wrd.cm/1y8qxvn pic.twitter.com/mDcgXmyDsc
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Walker Pickering is from Texas, where football is almost a religion. As a kid, he was on the field every Friday night, but he wasn’t wearing pads and catching passes. He was carrying a tuba and marching. Pickering thought he was going to be band director when he grew up, but in college he found phot
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Bieke Depoorter has an unorthodox way of working: The Belgian photographer has been wandering cities in Russia, the US, and Egypt asking strangers if she can spend the night in their home. Surprisingly, many of them say yes. The results are stunning. Depoorter makes intimate photos that provide a ra
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