Report: Venom 2 Is Diving Deep Into Symbiote Lore and Casting Naomie Harris as Shriek

Remember Shriek? You might not; the character, debuting in Marvel Comics in 1993, was created to be a love interest for Cletus Kassidy, aka Carnage. She’s a mutant with sound-manipulation abilities and a deep love for both killing and Carnage. And now we know who might be playing her in the Venom sequel. Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Sony Pictures, Marvel Comics, Tom Hardy, Naomie Harris, Marvel Entertainment, Venom, Carnage, Venom 2, Shriek, Cletus Kassidy

Superb (parody) songs on global warming. Great work!

Came across these (see website – Minnesotans for Global Warming). And a great youtube channel.
Tags: Travel, Science, Current Affairs

Archaeologists discovered 30 ancient sarcophagi in Egypt with perfectly preserved mummies inside. Photos show the biggest coffin find in a century.

The biggest coffin discovery in a century features well-preserved colors and inscriptions, enclosing perfect 3,000-year-old mummies.
Tags: Science

Google's Smart Home Doorbell Sounds Terrifying (Or At Least, It Will Soon)

It seems like Google’s getting into the Halloween spirit. A recent update for its Google Nest app—where users can control the company’s recently rebranded line of smart home products—hints at upcoming festive themes, the first of which appears to be some frightening new ringtones for the Nest Hello Doorbell.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Nest, Smarthome, Nest Cam, Google Nest, Privacy And Security, Nest Hello, Whos There

Okay, Here's When the Last The Rise of Skywalker Trailer Drops

Don’t pretend you don’t want to know.
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Trailer, Disney, Lucasfilm, Finn, Kylo Ren, Poe, Rey, Rose Tico, Star Wars The Rise Of Skywalker

A Set Injury Might Mean Major Delays for Cowboy Bebop

John Cho, oh no! The star of the upcoming Netflix live-action version of Cowboy Bebop has had an on-set mishap, and it could mean that the series is a lot later than we thought it would be. Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Sunrise, Anime, Injuries, Delays, John Cho, Cowboy Bebop

Facebook's Top Priority is Totally Its Government-Ordered Privacy Program

I can’t put an image in a headline, so just visualize the little eyes emoji there at the end. Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, Whatsapp, Privacy And Security, Mhm Sure Zuck

How Guilty Should You Feel About Flying?

The Swedes call it "flygskam," or "flying shame," the movement that encourages people to stop taking flights to lower their carbon footprints.But should most Americans really be ashamed of getting on a plane to see grandma this holiday season?The short answer: Probably not. If your flights are purely a luxury, though, that's another matter.A small group of frequent flyers, 12% of Americans who make more than six round trips by air a year, are responsible for two-thirds of all air travel and,...
Tags: Europe, Science, China, Germany, India, America, Britain, United States, New York Times, Netherlands, Airbus, Airlines, Iceland, Boeing, Travelers, International Council on Clean Transportation

Egypt unveils trove of ancient coffins excavated in Luxor

Egypt revealed Saturday a rare trove of 30 ancient wooden coffins that have been well-preserved over millennia in the archaeologically rich Valley of the Kings in Luxor. The antiquities ministry officially unveiled the discovery made at Asasif, a necropolis on the west bank of the Nile River, at a press conference against the backdrop of the Hatshepsut Temple. "This is the first discovery in Asasif by dedicated Egyptian hands, comprised of archaeologists, conservationists and workers," the hea...
Tags: Science, Egypt, Kings, Luxor, Nile River, Waziri, Asasif, Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa

Sam Raimi Is Making a New Horror Movie, Thank God

Some people are born to do certain things. Sam Raimi is born to make horror movies. And he’s back. Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Evil Dead, Sam Raimi, Columbia Pictures

Why should you always assume you're wrong? Science.

The theories we build to navigate the world, both scientifically and in our personal lives, all contain assumptions. They're a critical part of scientific theory.Cognitive psychologist Donald Hoffman urges us to always question those assumptions. In this way, by challenging ourselves, we come to a deeper understanding of the task at hand. Historically, humans have come to some of our greatest discoveries by simply questioning assumed information. ...
Tags: Science, Learning, Innovation, Mind, Donald Hoffman, Cognitive Science

Artist uses ‘historic’ markers to raise climate awareness

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — New England is awash in historic markers, but a handful of plaques popping up in a New Hampshire town are different. Rather than commemorating important people or places in history, many of these dinner plate-size signs detail events like rising sea levels and an explosion of ticks that have yet to […]
Tags: Science, News, Nation, New Hampshire, New England, Durham, N H AP

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

From forest art in Japan to flight suits for space tourists, a brainless blob and more This Brainless Blob Can Solve Puzzles, Sleep and More Officially on display at the Paris Zoo from 19 October, this unicellular organism will be the first-ever “brainless blob” to be showcased in a zoo. Despite not having a brain, the mass can complete a bevy of tasks from improvising …
Tags: Pocket, Art, Fashion, Games, Space, Japan, Science, Design, News, California, Typography, Zoos, Animals, Environment, Tech, Virgin Galactic

Saturday's Best Deals: Thermapen Classic, Foot Massager, Neck Wallet, and More

A slip-on sale at Huckberry, a discounted wireless GameCube controller for Switch, and a steamer basket Gold box lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web.Read more...
Tags: Deals, Kinja Deals, Science, Huckberry

The Iconic Thermapen Classic Is Back Down to Its Lowest Price Ever

Thermapen Classic | $59 | ThermoWorks
Tags: Deals, Kinja Deals, Science, Thermoworks Deals, Thermapen Deals

Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth

Brain seems to categorise death as something that only befalls other peopleWarning: this story is about death. You might want to click away now.That’s because, researchers say, our brains do their best to keep us from dwelling on our inevitable demise. A study found that the brain shields us from existential fear by categorising death as an unfortunate event that only befalls other people. Continue reading...
Tags: Psychology, Science, Neuroscience

Help, I Can't Unsee These Faux-Flesh Phone Cases

We’re all too happy to scroll aimlessly on our phones for hours on end, but have you ever once stopped to think and ask that little device in your hands whether it feels held?Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Phones, Brb Bleaching My Eyes, Unsee These Faux Flesh Phone Cases

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