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An Aging Cold War Policy May Make It Easier to Hack Nuclear Warheads 

Floppy disks . Cheating schemes .

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Avengers 360-degree trailer hits all Androids, Gear VR, iPhone

To bring prospective filmgoers to movies over the past several decades, film companies have relied on flat film trailers. That time is over. Enter now the realm of virtual reality, complete with Iron Man and the rest of the Avengers crew

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Deadspin This Is How Las Vegas Protects Floyd Mayweather | io9 Real Places On Earth So Surreal, They Look Like Alien Landscapes | Jezebel Crisis Pregnancy Center Papers School With Sexist-As-Hell Prom Poster | Lifehacker Why You May Want to Consider Using Helvetica Typeface for Your Resume | Read more...

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The 18 Must-Have Finds on Our Editors’ May Wish Lists

We've waited patiently for Spring, and we're finally being rewarded with fresh flowers, sunny days, iced coffees - and a lineup of seasonal threads. Now, we're readying our closets for the jump to warmer weather with easy slides that don't skimp on style, breezy white dresses to wear everywhere, and the perfect pair of shades to accessorize like a pro

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Watch YouTube’s Favorite Videos to Celebrate Its 10th Birthday

On April 23rd 2005, the first ever video was uploaded to YouTube. Just a few days later in May, the video site opened to the public with its beta launch.

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The Russian Spacecraft Falling to Earth Poses No Danger

A Russian spacecraft is spinning uncontrollably around Earth after it broke down travelling to the International Space Station with food and fuel supplies.

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Bezos’ Blue Origin completes successful test flight, 307,000 ft high

Jess Bezos, founder of Amazon, has a couple of tricks up his sleeve when it comes to his private spaceflight company, Blue Origin. His latest rocket, the New Shepard, just pulled off a full hat trick with its first successful test flight, reaching an apogee of 58 miles high (307,000 ft) with a peak speed of three times the sound … Continue reading

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The Trillion Frame-Per-Second Camera That Will Visualize Atoms

The newest high-speed camera on the block won’t be making its way into Michael Bay’s hands anytime soon, but it will be making his ‘splosions look rather poky. See, this camera will be helping scientists watch atoms zoom around at 28,000 miles-per-second.

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Real Places On Earth So Surreal, They Look Like Alien Landscapes

If you want to see strange and exotic landscapes, you don’t have to travel the solar system; you just have to take a closer look at our own planet. From fiery pits to rock formations that seem to defy gravity, these views show us a side of the Earth that looks almost alien, but are wholly terrestrial

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How This Beetle Shoots Jets of Superheated Liquid Out of Its Butt

You do not want to piss off the bombardier beetle. When disturbed, it sprays noxious, near-boiling liquid out of its abdomen—an effective though confounding ability

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