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Don’t Call Them Winged Rats—These Pigeons Are Exquisite

Think of a pigeon, and you probably imagine nondescript gray birds that poop all over park benches. But the Wompoo Pigeon is no such thing. Standing more than a foot high, it sports a purple throat, yellow belly and emerald wings streaked with gold. “It’s hard to comprehend how stunning they are,” says photographer Leila […]
by Admin / July 15, 2018 /In News

Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee Tops This Week’s Internet News Roundup

The most important news of last week was, of course, that The Good Place writer, and Twitter master, Megan Amram got one step closer to her dream of winning an Emmy. It was that or the massive protests against President Donald Trump when he arrived in the UK, complete with the massive Trump Baby balloon […]
by Admin / July 15, 2018 /In News

Uber’s HR Troubles, Elon’s Cave Rescue, and More Car News This Week

Every so often, WIRED gets to take a good, long sojourn behind the scenes, to observe what the people we write about are doing all day. This was one of those nice weeks. Editor Alex Davies hopped a plane to Winnemucca, an isolated mining town in northern Nevada that’s hosting Alphabet’s latest moonshot: its effort […]
by Admin / July 15, 2018 /In News

All the Gear You Need to Conquer Comic-Con 2018

Going to Comic-Con is a surprisingly athletic endeavor. All-day walking, followed by all-night parties, can dehydrate you fast. Invest in a water bottle to refill on the go. Hydro Flask’s insulated bottle maintains the temperature you want for iced water, hot tea, and Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters. Source link
by Admin / July 15, 2018 /In News

Ukraine Blocks a Russian Hack, a Silk Road Arrest, and More Security News This Week

After four months of relative quiet from the special counsel’s office, Robert Mueller Friday indicted a dozen Russians for their role in hacking the DNC, DCCC, and the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton. It’s unlikely they’ll ever actually get arrested, but it’s safe to say we know a lot more about Russian intelligence than we […]
by Admin / July 14, 2018 /In News

Satanists Just Aren’t Scary Anymore

The new movie Hereditary, a supernatural thriller about family secrets, is one of the scariest films in years. But the movie was more than just frightening, says horror author Paul Tremblay. “From the opening frames of the film there was just this wonderful atmosphere of dread,” Tremblay says in Episode 317 of the Geek’s Guide […]
by Admin / July 14, 2018 /In News

Space Photos of the Week: Mars Has Spiders in the Springtime

Did you know Mars has spiders? Well, sort of. This region is part of the Martian southern polar ice cap, and during the springtime, frozen carbon dioxide sublimates from a solid to a gas and gets trapped beneath the surface—creating these dark spider-like features, technically called “araneiform terrain.” Our moon looks lovely in this photo […]
by Admin / July 14, 2018 /In News