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The creator of MySpace now travels the world taking insane photographs

The founder of MySpace was assigned as the first friend of everyone joining the social network — connecting him to millions of people around the globe.<p>The glory days of MySpace are now long gone, and Tom is no longer involved with the site. But he keeps himself busy.<p>Along with co-founder Chris …

16 Dizzying Facts About Labyrinth

The story of a teenage girl losing her baby brother to a Goblin King resembling a rock star didn’t intrigue a lot of people when it first came out in …

Lyme Disease

Even now, with it finally being released, the amount of attention that Star Wars: The Force Awakens has gotten is hard to comprehend. The film is …

Neil deGrasse Tyson Shares His Thoughts and Fact Checks STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS

Star Wars: What Kylo Ren's Real Name Means

Advertising [x]<p>by Margaret Maurer<p>– on<p>in Featured<p><b>[Warning: MASSIVE SPOILERS for Star Wars: The Force Awakens ahead]</b><p>-<p><b>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</b> has …

Star Wars

Why The 'Star Wars' Rebel Alliance Is Nothing Like ISIS

<i>Spoilers for the ‘Star Wars’ films, as well as parts of ‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘Harry Potter’ as well as ‘Jessica Jones’ follow.</i><p>It’s become quite popular for various writers to suggest that the Rebel Alliance in <i>Star Wars</i>—and the newly minted ”Resistance” of the new film—are in fact terrorists, an …

Foreign Policy

iPad People And Other Amazing Images From This Week

Artist Transforms Ordinary Objects with Bright Colored Beads

New York artist Jan Huling takes common objects, such as dolls, toys or statues, and meticulously transforms them with vibrant patterns of beads. This process completely alters the original object, making even highly recognizable figures seem unfamiliar when stripped down to their most basic …

Splendid Botanical Gardens Full of Stained Glass Murals

When the city market of Toluca, Mexico was closed in 1975, local artist Leopoldo Flores stepped forward with a plan to save the historic site. He convinced the city government to invest in a creative reuse of the building as a botanical garden with stained glass art showing the relationship between …

360° Visual Stories Cut into Paper Books by Yusuke Oono | Colossal

<p>This fun set of paper books was created by Japanese graphic designer and architect Yusuke Oono who conceived the idea as a clever way to illustrate …

Chewbacca Actor Tweets Amazing Retro Behind-The-Scenes Photos Of 'Star Wars'

We can't wait for the new "Star Wars" movie next year.<p>Until then, while we rewatch the first six (or maybe five) films, we can't think of a better way to mentally prepare than with nostalgic photos from the set.<p>"Star Wars" actor Peter Mayhew who played Chewbacca in the series has shared more than …

GOTHAM TV Series Will Also Tell a Batman Origin Story

Photographer Digitally Adds Herself to Childhood Photos of Her in Double Self-Portrait Series

In the photo series “Imagine Finding Me,” photographer Chino Otsuka revisits her childhood by digitally inserting herself in old photos of her as a …

Photography

The most beautiful places on Earth – in pictures

As Lonely Planet turns 40 this year, the publisher has picked the most magnificent sights across the globe to be included in a new book entitled Beautiful World, which contains more than 200 images and aims to inspire readers to see the world as they have never seen it before

Stephen Wilkes' Incredible Cityscapes Span Day to Night

In each caption, Stephen Wilkes shares his thoughts on each of his iconic cityscapes. Wrigley Field, Chicago, 2013 This<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Stephen Wilkes<p>1 …

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Y chromosome is not doomed to shrivel away to nothing, say researchers

Reports of the coming death of the male sex chromosome are greatly exaggerated, say scientists, whose work will raise a collective cheer from at least half the population. The fate of the Y chromosome, which carries the genetic switch that sends a developing embryo down the route to maleness, has …

Quick Macro Photography Tricks

If you delve into the incredible world of macro photography, with the aid of a few digital photography tricks, you can take photographs of insects …

Art from Mars - the best pictures

NASA rovers Spirit and Opportunity have spent a decade photographing the Red Planet. Here are their most awe-inspiring shots, from space blueberries to crater sunsets

Math Bites, Danica McKellar’s New Nerdist Channel Series About Making Mathematics Fun

Former <i>The Wonder Years</i> star Danica McKellar (Gwendolyn “Winnie” Cooper) has debuted her new Nerdist Channel series called <i>Math Bites</i>. The series is …

Mathematics

A Speculative Timeline of the Distant Future

BBC Future and IIB Studio have created a timeline of the far future that predicts what could happen 1,000 years from now all the way to one hundred …

Cosmology

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka: Photos of Glass Invertebrates by Guido Mocafico

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka: Photos of Glass Invertebrates by Guido Mocafico<p>Photos of glass models of invertebrate animals, from the collection of a …

Mirrored Reflections Produce Beautifully Complex Landscapes

American photographer and director of photography Cody William Smith mirrors the world upon itself in these contemplative landscapes. The series, entitled <i>A Moment's Reflection</i>, features a large, round mirror placed conspicuously into the dirt, the sand, or the sea in various settings. Standing …

Michael Cera: from Superbad star to mescaline-soaked drug adventurer

Michael Cera's acting like a real jerk these days. He's the guy who made his name in 2007 as a superdweeb in Superbad, hapless yet endlessly endearing, and subsequently mined similar territory in Juno and Scott Pilgrim Vs The World. Today, that awkward dork is all but dead and buried. In last …