It's the Last Temptation of Negan on The Walking Dead

Ezekiel has a dark secret. Alpha reveals her master plan to destroy Alexandria. The inhabitants of Hilltop face dangers known and unknown. Negan faces his biggest crisis since his days as a Savior…and meets the zombie apocalypse’s newest, biggest asshat. It was a busy but thoroughly compelling episode of The Walking…Read more...
Tags: Science, Amc, Zombies, Walking Dead, Alexandria, TV Recap, Ezekiel, Negan, Walkingdeadrecap

Bob Iger Reiterates His Sentiment That 'Less' Star Wars Is Better

Bob Iger is talking about the possibility of Star Wars oversaturation yet again, reiterating what seems to be official Disney policy… from a certain point of view. Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Disney, Bob Iger, Franchises, Solo A Star Wars Story, Star Wars The Rise Of Skywalker

Some gut bacteria may increase bowel cancer risk, research suggests

Study shows people with more Bacteroidales bacteria may have up to 15% more risk of diseaseBacteria in the gut might influence the chance of developing bowel cancer, research suggests, in the latest study to link human health to the microbes within.The gut microbiome – the collection of fungi, bacteria and viruses within our gut – is a booming topic of research, with scientists suggesting certain microbial makeups could be linked to conditions ranging from anxiety to obesity. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Science, Biology, Cancer, Society, UK News, Medical Research, Microbiology, Cancer Research

8Chan Is Back and Calling Itself 8kun Now

The anonymous forum 8Chan—a haven for far-right extremists, conspiracy theorists, and internet filth—came back online today after going dark in August due to its association with several mass shootings. Rebranded as 8kun (“kun” and “chan” are both honorific titles in Japanese for you non-weebs out there), the forum…Read more...
Tags: Science, Shooting, Mass Shootings, Joy, 8chan

Microsoft's New Edge Browser Logo Looks...NSFW to Me

While we may still not know when the final version of Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser is coming out, we got our first look at its logo this weekend. The redesigned icon was the reward for solving an elaborate Easter egg hunt inside the latest Canary versions of Edge. Apropos of its wave design, the puzzle’s…Read more...
Tags: Chrome, Science, Microsoft, Edge, Obviously I Need Jesus

The Opening Title Sequence for His Dark Materials Is Stunningly Good

A stratified magical world. A cloistered academy and a frontier. An epic journey. Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Bbc, Philip Pullman, Ruth Wilson, Lin Manuel Miranda, His Dark Materials, Dafne Keen

EPA to Ease Restrictions on How Coal Plants Store Toxic Waste: Report

In his ongoing quest to become a mustache-twirling eco-villain, Donald Trump plans to start rolling back Obama-era EPA safeguards on Monday regarding how coal powerplants store their toxic waste according to multiple reports.Read more...
Tags: Science, Coal, Donald Trump, Environmental Protection Agency, Coal Ash

This Video Essay Uses Joker To Discuss How We Think About Art

Some questions don’t ever get settled. That’s what’s exciting, and frustrating, about art and philosophy: you ponder the same sorts of things over and over again. Here’s a tough one: what social responsibility, if any, does art have? What sort of art can you appropriately make about reprehensible things? Read more...
Tags: Science, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Joaquin Phoenix, DC Entertainment, Joker, Video Essays

How data science could save 6 million lives from preventable death by 2030

An initiative that will use digital technologies such as artificial intelligence has been launched to empower community health workers, promising to help save the lives of at least six million children and women in ten countries by 2030. The Rockefeller Foundation initiative will be piloted in Uganda and India for its first phase that runs from this year to 2022. It will be expanded to eight other countries by 2030 in regions with a high need or high incidence of maternal mortality and which can...
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Sunday's Best Deals: Coats and Jackets, KitchenAid Mixers, Switch Games, And More

Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal.Read more...
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The Dragon Prince Is Racing Against Time in The Trailer for Season 3

War is coming, and only our heroes can stop it. But first they need to work on their disguises. Read more...
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Why are birds and seals starving in a Bering Sea full of fish?

The animal die-offs offer the world a stark example of the perils of rising ocean temperatures, which already are upending parts of the Bering Sea ecosystem as climate change — driven by greenhouse-gas pollution — unfolds in Alaska at a breakneck pace.
Tags: Science, News, Environment, Local News, Northwest, Special Reports

Go Somewhere Warmer This Winter With Emirates' International Flight Sale

Emirates Airlines International Flight Sale
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Bundle Up With Amazon's One-Day Coat Sale

Coat Sale | Amazon | Today only
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This rat detective uses DNA to track how rats move around cities

It’s dark and I’m parked in an alley near a lopsided compost bin. I have a notepad, binoculars and a lukewarm cup of coffee — everything needed for a successful stakeout. I am waiting for them. They appear approximately one hour before dawn, skittering from dumpster to dumpster along old paths they have worn down with time. I am trying to track their movements, to understand how far they go and how often. But it’s clear to me that the traditional detective approach isn’t going to work. There are...
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Teen uses external cameras and projection-mapping onto the a-pillar to "solve" blind-spots

"Improving Automobile Safety by Removing Blind Spots" is 14 year old Alaina Gassler's prizewinning science-fair project, which uses cameras mounted to the exterior of the car and feeding their video to internal projectors, which projection-map them onto the a-pillars that otherwise obscure the driver's view. The Pennsylvania teen's project won the top $25,000 prize in the Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology, and Engineering for Rising Stars) science competition. I am a ...
Tags: Happy Mutants, Video, Science, News, Education, Safety, Stem, Automotive, 3d Printing, Projection Mapping

Jane Fonda: 'I worry about climate activist Greta Thunberg'

The actress and activist on why she's being arrested each week but not wanting to go to prison.
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