Report: We Might Know the Premiere Date for the Seventh Season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars

With The Mandalorian over for the time being, there’s still one exciting thing left on the short-term calendar for big Star Wars fans: The Clone Wars. The fantastic animated series is getting a seventh-season revival on Disney Plus, and it’s planned to be released, we know, sometime in February. Now we might know a…Read more...
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How A Former Green Beret, Black Roadie Cases, And Two Private Jets Got Carlos Ghosn To Lebanon [UPDATED]

A few short days after former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn’s flight from house arrest in Japan to Lebanon was first reported, more details are beginning to emerge. Read more...
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Here's What to Expect From CES 2020

Because each individual day of 2019 felt like it stretched on for 100 years, you would absolutely be forgiven for forgetting that the largest technology show of the year immediately follows the start of the new year. But folks, the Consumer Electronics Show is happening—mere days from now, in fact—which means that the…Read more...
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Saturday's Best Deals: Overstock, Keto ButcherBox, Protein Powder, Fitness Equipment, and More

A Protein Powder and Supplements Gold Box, a Winter Home Blowout at Overstock, and an Ultimate Keto Bundle from ButcherBox lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web.Read more...
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Sam Raimi Has a Promising Update on the Future of Evil Dead

Though, unfortunately, it looks like it won’t be featuring Ash Williams. Read more...
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Y2K-type glitch is causing NYC parking meters to reject credit cards

A software glitch is causing parking meters throughout New York City to reject credit and prepaid parking cards, The New York Times reports. The payment software was set to expire on January 1st, and the vendor reportedly failed to update the software before the new year. According to the NYC Department of Transportation, crews are out reconfiguring the software meter by meter.
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Why Our Sense of Touch Is a Marvel of the Animal Kingdom

Our next-level sense of touch is what separates us from the rest of the pack.
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Betelgeuse likely won't die as a supernova in your life. But astronomers are finding 'red nova' stars that may soon violently explode.

Red novas are more frequent explosions of stars, and astrophysicists think they've found a new way to locate candidates and predict when they'll blow.
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Geoengineering Wouldn't Be Enough to Stop Greenland From Melting

When the Greenland ice sheet went into a record meltdown in the summer of 2019, it raised a very terrifying specter of the future. Here was a 12.5-billion-ton mass of ice—one that’s been melting at a quickening pace since the 1980s—melting in a way scientists didn’t expect to happen for decades.Read more...
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Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Tech, gender, science and nature news from the first week of 2020 Italian Vogue’s Sustainable January 2020 Issue After Vogue editors across many international editions declared that the magazine would do its best to “preserve our planet for future generations,” Italian Vogue cut photo shoots—and photos—for its January 2020 issue. In a letter to readers, editor Emanuele Farneti details the embarrassingly long list of people, …
Tags: Art, Gender, Science, Design, Movies, Climate Change, Film, Tech, Nature, Egypt, Magazines, Vogue, Forests, Vogue Italia, Voice Assistants, Forest Fires

Lethal algae blooms – an ecosystem out of balance

Lethal algae blooms – an ecosystem out of balanceToxic formations across the US and the Baltic are part of a worrying trend linked to the climate crisis and farming methods
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Why tinnitus is still such a mystery to ear scientists

Despite the many groundbreaking medical advances of the last century, there are still some conditions that continue to perplex scientists. One such symptom is tinnitus, which people have reported experiencing as far back as the 1600 BC. Tinnitus is characterized by hearing unwanted sounds, such as a ringing, buzzing, or humming noise in your ears or head. For one in eight people, these sounds never disappear. Although the condition is more common in older adults – possibly due to the natural agi...
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