Autonomous vehicles are going to radically change how we get around, and as they become commonplace in our streets, we’ll need to rethink how we design our roadways.
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Some of the biggest and brightest stars in the universe are packed within a single cluster, a new study reveals.
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In the next few years, men may have more options for birth control than ever before. Researchers are developing, and already testing, a number of new methods in China and India, and in Europe, an implantable on/off switch developed by a German carpenter is generating a lot of buzz. The switch, known as the Bimek SLV, has been tested on only one man so far — Clemens Bimek, the guy who invented it — but it’s garnering a lot of attention.
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With a painterly aesthetic that seamlessly blends with the Jazz fueled sound of this David Gilmour track, The Girl in the Yellow Dress immerses you in a world of lovesick musicians and hazy nightclub exploits. A beautiful piece of animation that feels like the quintessential companion to this dreamy track, it’s really hard not to get totally wrapped up in this 5-minute music video…and we’re not just saying that because Short of the Week’s Jeanette Bonds
paid us to produced it.
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For at least 3,339 years, nobody has seen what lies behind the west and north walls of the burial chamber of Tutankhamun. But this secret of three millennia might not last much longer.
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The first astronauts on Mars probably won’t live in a tin can like the International Space Station. Big, heavy structures are expensive to launch, and aren’t great at protecting against the radiation they’d be pummeled with on Mars. Instead, the first Martians might live in something like a pop-up tent.
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The Pelicans‘ season will end in April. They’re 25-43 and Anthony Davis is hobbled with knee and shoulder injuries. So, to prevent aggravating those injuries, it makes sense to sit him out for the rest of the season. Coach Alvin Gentry confirmed he was doing just that. He announced that Davis was benched for the remainder of the season. Gentry also said the star forward will undergo surgery, but he didn’t specify what kind.
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