SNEEZING

A sneeze can launch mucus and saliva out of your system at 10 miles per hour(not 100 or more, contrary to common lore), often spreading pathogens in the process. But until very recently, researchers didn’t have a good idea of how exactly your nasal fluids move through space.

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This Could Be the First Look at the Nike Kobe 11

All signs are pointing towards this being Kobe Bryant’s final NBA season, which means that the upcoming Nike Kobe 11 could be the last sneaker he ever plays in. With rumors that Nike might push the release date up, an alleged GS version of the sneaker has now surfaced online.

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How astronauts cook their Thanksgiving meal in space

Being an astronaut is cool as hell for 364 days of the year. The one day that it kind of sucks when you’re an astronaut? Thanksgiving. Astronauts can’t enjoy all the food of Thanksgiving because of that damned zero gravity and those dehydrated food things. But at least they get to have some turkey. Here’s how they prepare their Turkey Tetrazzini.

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Most Complex Cash Register Malware Ever Is Out to Steal Your Money and ID

A new kind of point-of-sale malware, which uses multiple layers of obfuscation and encryption to cover its tracks, has been identified by security researchers—and is being help up as the most complex software of its kind yet to be identified in the wild.

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