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Drug kingpin Pablo Escobar’s chief assassin: El Chapo is doing to Mexico what El Patron did to Colombia

Jhon Jairo Velásquez Vásquez, aka "Popeye," was the chief assassin for infamous Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar's Medellín cartel.<p>Vásquez is also one of the few surviving members of the cartel's upper ranks, which likely gives him a unique perspective on the havoc that the drug war wreaks on …

Has Johnny Depp Achieved Peak Johnny Depp With This Incredible Cutoff Denim Shirt?

I was so caught up in Johnny Depp’s dog drama of the past few days that I glossed right over the most amazing thing about the banner image I chose. As commenter AB noted, Depp appears to be wearing:<p>1. A denim shirt<p>2. That has been cut off<p>3. Unevenly<p>4. In such a way that is either distressed or …

Graphene produces a working 3D holographic display

Since "Help me, Obi Wan, you're my only hope" hit the big screens in 1977's "Star Wars," we've been dreaming of a full-3D holographic display. Mastering the technology isn't easy, though. We've seen multiple attempts that approximate a 3D display, like a 2D image visible from all directions, but …

Watch DARPA's magic bullets change course to hit moving targets

We already have smart guns, but DARPA has taken the next logical step — the defense agency has built smart bullets. The military agency has shown off new footage of its Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance — shortened to EXACTO rounds — that show the smart bullets maneuvering in mid-air to hit moving …

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Cancer cure? Scientists discover ‘unknown’ immunity boosting protein molecule

A “game changer” protein that promotes the body’s immunity to cancer has been discovered by scientists, offering fresh hope the often deadly disease will be conquered in years to come.<p>Researchers at Imperial College London discovered a <i>“completely unknown”</i> molecule, proven to improve the body’s …