Is there someone—or something—else out there?
Ever since humans first looked up at the stars, we have wondered if, among those millions and millions of celestial bodies stretched out across the universe, there is something beyond ourselves.
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Signal Snowboards has a long history of making custom boards using unorthodox materials. But lately it’s been fixated on using cardboard, and after building both a rideable surfboard and snowboard, the company has now gone and built a surprisingly tough cardboard skateboard.
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Two more Banksy murals are headed to auction and their combined sales are estimated to reach over $1 million, Reuters reports.
One mural featuring a boy with a paintbrush standing next to the words, “I remember when all this was trees,” was painted during Banksy’s time in Detroit. The other, entitled Donkey Documents, comes from the street artist’s visit to Isreal in 2007.
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Alexander Wang’s tenure as creative director at Balenciaga is over, WWD reports.
Rumors that contract discussions between the designer and French fashion house were not going well began earlier this month. Now, Balenciaga, and its parent company Kering, have decided not to renew Wang’s contract, according to WWD‘s sources. The Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2016 show, scheduled to take place sometime between Sept. 29 and Oct. 7, will be Wang’s last for the brand.
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Tentatively wondering whether it’s worth setting up Windows 10 as an alternate boot option on your Mac? I’ve taken the plunge for you—here’s what I found.
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Researchers have used compounds found in algae and reef fish mucus to create a material that naturally blocks harmful UV rays, according to a paperpublished recently in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
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