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Revealed: Secret list of Netflix codes that unlock hidden list of films and TV shows

Streaming service Netflix is undoublty hugely popular already thanks to the range of both tv programmes and films it offers.<p>But there is actually a …

Secret Netflix movie codes and other hacks and tips that will change your life

Netflix currently has 81 million paying users and has launched in 130 new countries around the world since January 2016.<p>And every month, the popular …

23 Things Everyone Should've Watched On Netflix In 2017

Don't worry, though – you still have time to catch up.<p><i>Note: Some submissions may have been edited for length and/or clarity.</i>

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10 handy things you probably don't know Netflix can do

The end of the year is when we count our blessings: family, friends... and nearly unlimited movies and television for $10.99 a month.<p>Netflix is a powerful tool for surviving the chaos of December. You can watch movies while traveling. You can set up Christmas specials for the kiddies. You can tame …

Daily Deals: Dell Intel Core i7 16GB 2TB Desktop for $599

<i>Welcome to IGN's Daily Deals, your source for the best deals on the stuff you actually want to buy. If you buy something through this post, IGN may</i> …

Let's Go to Mars! Calculating Launch Windows Activity

Explain to students that launching to Mars requires a spacecraft to travel in an elliptical orbit about the sun such that the spacecraft and Mars …

This may be the most accurate Milky Way galaxy simulation ever made

A powerful new computer simulation has provided the clearest-ever picture of how our galactic home, the Milky Way, came to exist.<p>The Milky Way is a truly monstrous collection of more than 100 billion stars that stretches more than 100,000 light-years wide.<p>However, we have company in the form of …

Universe

14 Messages Every Student Needs To Hear From You

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50 Beginning Of The School Year Procedures For A Stress-Free Classroom

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9 Technology Tools To Engage Students In The Classroom

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How to visit nearly every national park in one epic road trip

This month, the National Park Service marks its 100th anniversary. One of Wonkblog's favorite data scientists, a guy named Randal Olson who's a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, decided to mark the occasion by creating a map of the shortest possible road trip through all 47 national …

National Parks

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The San Andreas Fault Is On The Brink Of A Devastating Earthquake

In earthquake prediction, geologists work in probability distributions rather than absolute terms. Consensus is growing, however, of the likelihood of a large and devastating earthquake to strike California. Why are scientists beginning to worry? The San Andreas Fault hasn’t produced a big …

Geology

River Changes Drastically Over Decades in Stunning Time-Lapse Footage

Ferris Bueller once wisely taught us that life moves pretty fast, and if we don’t stop and “look around every once in a while,” we might miss it. But …

6 Keys to the Flipped Classroom

Have you considered creating a flipped classroom? No, this doesn’t mean turning your room upside down. The flipped classroom is about implementing …

Education Technology

This Video Brilliantly Demonstrates How Far Away a Possible Ninth Planet Would Be

There may be a new planet at the outskirts of our solar system. Way, way, way out in the outskirts.<p>There's something weird going on at the edge of the solar system. A group of dwarf planets all have orbits that seem to drag them toward one point in the solar system on highly elliptical paths. …

Astronomy

Rare Black Sea Devil Caught on Film for the First Time

The anglerfish survived capture and is now being studied in a specially equipped laboratory.<p>With its gaping mouth, needle-sharp teeth, and slightly startled expression, the black sea devil anglerfish seems tailor-made for the spotlight.<p><b>And in fact, one particular female got her close-up on November</b> …

UN Report: Climate change will change our world fundamentally

The UN warns in her new climate report before a very rapid rise in sea level. It threatens heat waves, many glaciers could completely disappear, for …

Amid Epic Early Snows in Buffalo, Explaining the "Lake Effect"

Some of western New York gets more than eight feet of snow in two days.<p>Spurred by a deep cold that's swept across much of the country and by a localized lake effect, part of Buffalo, New York, is expected to see nearly nine feet (2.7 meters) of snow by the end of the day Thursday.<p>That's up to three …

Binary Earth-Size Planets Possible Around Distant Stars

Two Earth-size planets that orbit each other might exist around distant stars, researchers say.<p>The solar system has many examples of moons orbiting …

26 Pictures That Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Entire Existence

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Universe

Week's Best Space Pictures: Cosmic Web, Martian Vistas, and Earth From Above

A volcano awakens, scientists spin a massive cosmic web, and NASA's Mars rover continues to climb Mount Sharp.

Here's What North America Would Look Like On Other Planets

You may think you have a good sense of exactly how big Earth is compared to the other planets in our solar system. But clever new illustrations by John Brady, founder of the website Astronomy Central, put the size of our planet in perspective in the starkest way possible.<p><b>(Story continues below</b> …

The Most Stunning View Ever of Planets Being Born

We can’t see the birth of our own solar system, but an incredible new telescopic image is giving us hints about how planets are born.<p>Humans are …

6 Real Planets That Put Science Fiction to Shame

George Lucas dreamed up planets with two suns and cloud cities, and Gene Roddenberry invented dozens of worlds that were all suspiciously similar to …

UN REPORT: Our Climate Change Future Is Terrifying And Emissions Need To Stop Completely As Soon As Possible

This is the kind of world we may be forced to accept if we don't eliminate global greenhouse gas emissions by the end of the century, according to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).<p>That's the conclusion of the IPCC's fourth and final installment in the climate …

Climate Change

NASA's plan to capture an asteroid? Bad idea, scientist says

NASAgoal to snag an asteroid and bring a space rock close to Earth is a distraction from the effort to send humans to Mars, a top asteroid expert says.<p>In a commentary in the journal Nature, planetary scientist Richard Binzel of the<p>Massachusetts Institute of Technologycalls NASA’s Asteroid Redirect …

Space Exploration

Asteroid in a Bag? Bag it, Says MIT Space Scientist

MIT planetary scientist Richard Binzel calls himself an “asteroid guy.” He’s been studying the rocky planetoids for decades now, so you might think …

Mystery of Earth's Water Origin Solved

Instead of arriving later by comet impact, Earth's waters have likely existed since our planet's birth.<p>The water that makes Earth a majestic blue marble was here from the time of our planet's birth, according to a new study of ancient meteorites, scientists reported Thursday.<p>Where do the oceans …