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Images: Star Wars Infographics That Show The Costs Of The Death Star And Other Items

Here are several infographics that break down the astronomical expenses for some of the items that exist in the <i>Star Wars</i> universe.<p>In case you were …

7 Strange Things That Have Been Left On the Moon

<b>by James Hunt</b><p>It has been over 40 years since mankind last set foot on the surface of the Moon, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming a popular …

This is the Teenage Brain on Social Media

<i>Summary: A new study sheds light on the influence of peers and social networking on the teenage brain.</i><p>Source: UCLA.<p><b>The findings in a new UCLA study</b> …

Dude Makes Pop-Up Castle Out Of LEGO

Yes, LEGO! Japanese YouTuber Talapz wasn’t content with merely recreating Himeji Castle’s main keep, so he decided to make a pop-up version of it.<p>The …

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This woman appears to be planning an exit from her marriage, helped by her husband’s windfall.<p>9:24 a.m. Today9:24 a.m. March 25, 2018<p>This father that …

NASA And Australia Successfully Test A Hypersonic Rocket

It could revolutionize warfare, air travel, and space travel<p>Humans have only flown for a few centuries. Balloons, the earliest human fliers, were not what anyone would call fast. Airplanes, first flown in 1903, started slow, and even now, the majority of human flight is subsonic, with only the …

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No Woman Is 100 Percent Straight or Gay, According to Science

You might beg to differ, however.<p>Every once in a while, we come across a scientific finding that puzzles the crap out of us. This is one of them.<p>A new scientific theory published in the journal <i>Biological Reviews</i> claims that some women are evolutionarily designed to be "sexually fluid," or switch up …

Sexuality

Want to Be Smarter? Science Says Do This | Inc.com

We're always looking for little life hacks in hopes of improving the way our brain works. We've tried eating walnuts, solving one too many crossword puzzles, depleting our Sudoku collection, and reading countless stacks of books. Yet, despite all these little things, nothing we try really seems to …

The Brain

Robot Butler's Creativity Surprises Its Own Makers

"We never taught it that."<p>A robot designed to clear clutter has learned how to cradle items in its arms, the same way a human might hold a baby, Carnegie Mellon University said Wednesday. Even more remarkable, the robot seems to have tapped into this tender side all on its own.<p>"We never taught it …

The black-hole collision that reshaped physics

A momentous signal from space has confirmed decades of theorizing on black holes — and launched a new era of gravitational-wave astronomy.<p>The event …

LeBron James Says Sons Chose Numbers in Honor of Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook

It would be understandable if LeBron James' sons, LeBron Jr. (aka Bronny) and Bryce, chose to wear either No. 23 or No. 6 in honor of their father.<p>However, the James kids elect to wear other numbers—in honor of other NBA stars. And the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar is perfectly fine with it.<p>The …

Basketball

Sony's PlayStation VR headset launches in October for $400

The PlayStation VR headset lands in October 2016 for $400 (€400 / £350 / ¥44,980), Sony announced at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today. Note that this price does not include Move controllers nor the PlayStation Camera, which is essential for the system's positional tracking …

Virtual Reality

Harrison Ford Will Star in a New Indiana Jones Movie

Harrison Ford isn’t ready to retire his fedora quite yet. Disney announced Tuesday that Ford will reunite with director Steven Spielberg for a fifth</i> …

Star Wars Lego Death Star unveiled at resort

A Death Star made out of half a million bricks of Lego has been unveiled.<p>The Imperial base, which looks like a moon, but is in fact a space station, has been realised as a 2.4m (7.9ft) wide, 3m (9.8ft) high 860kg model.<p>It has been joined by 16 Alliance ships including Luke Skywalker's X-wing …

Astronomers say they’ve found the biggest structure in the universe and they named it the BOSS

The BOSS is big. Really big. <i>Yuuuuuge</i>.<p>So big that when a star is born on one side of the BOSS, it takes a billion years for the light to reach the other side.<p>So big that comparing the BOSS to the next biggest thing like it is like comparing Andre the Giant to your 3-year-old nephew.<p>What is the BOSS? …

Universe

Extra Bright Supernova Could Change the Way We Measure the Universe

This could change the way we view standard candles.<p>The discovery of an extra bright supernova has baffled researchers. The research, available on the arXiv pre-print server, could change the way we view these cosmic explosions.<p>When stars die, they produce some of the most violent explosions in the …

The Dress Is Happening All Over Again—But This Time It's Fitness-y

We blame Adidas for #TheJacket<p>You know where you were when it happened: the moment you first saw #TheDress. You may still have PTSD over the way your …

Pluto's Moon Charon Is Bursting at The Seams, Astronomers Find

Moons can get stretch marks, too.<p>Charon, one of Pluto's moons, is known primarily for its odd landscape full of valleys and ridges that make it look …

Why Mistakes Are Often Repeated

Several recent studies show how the brain fails to learn from past experience, dooming us to relive our errors.<p>If there’s anything that stings more than wasting good money on a subpar outing, it’s doing so repeatedly—but still, the depths of TripAdvisor teem with accounts of mistakes that were made …

The Brain