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Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be An Immense, Story-Centric Single-Player RPG; But Multiplayer Not Ruled Out

Cyberpunk 2077 is as highly anticipated as it is shrouded in mystery; the game has been in the works for six years, with little information on what it will actually be like. Now, developer CD Projekt Red is dropping a small hint as to what players can expect.<p>At a streamed CD Projekt Red financial …

Nintendo Switch

Pictures of the Week 3.22.18

Jammu and Kashmir

Genetic tests reveal tragic reality of Atacama 'alien' skeleton

Mummified remains from Chilean ghost town revealed to be baby girl with malformations so bizarre they led to speculation over alien life<p>When the mummified remains of a six-inch humanoid were found in an abandoned mining town in Chile’s Atacama desert 15 years ago, speculation on its origins ran …

San Francisco

John Oliver's gay rabbit parody book outsells the original by Mike Pence

When Mike Pence released a children's book about his pet rabbit, he did not expect it to be outsold by a re-telling in which the bunny is homosexual.<p>John Oliver, who was committed to his joke, published a copycat story the day before the Vice President's was due to be released, and it has managed …

Mike Pence

Physicists Are About to Attempt The 'Impossible' - Turning Light Into Matter

E=mc2 becomes m=E/c2.<p>Theoretically, it should be possible to turn light into matter. In practice, well - "easier said than done" is an understatement.<p>…


Elizabeth Harvest is a high-tech, twist-packed take on Bluebeard

This is prime science-fiction horror: a story where technology creates an entirely new method and reason for murder<p><i>Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from the 2018 SXSW Interactive …

SXSW Interactive

Going for Atmospheric GOLD

For the first time, scientists will be able to monitor the daily and hourly weather of the uppermost parts of the atmosphere.


Want to spot 'Steve' the aurora? Here's how to do it

There's a never-before-studied aurora gracing night skies around the world, and NASA wants you to try to spot it.<p>The newfound aurora, named Steve …


Here's Why You Can Spin an Egg And It Will Stand Up on One End, According to Science

Do try this at home.<p>If you rapidly spin a hard-boiled egg on a table, and you do it correctly, you'll see a curious phenomenon. As it spins, the egg …


How Filmmakers Use Aspect Ratios to Tell Better Stories

Everything within a frame tells a story...even the frame itself.Aspect ratios may not be the most exciting or sexy thing to talk about in regards to …


Rick And Morty Pull A Heist In Run The Jewels’ Ultra-Violent Video For ‘Oh Mama’

<i>Run the Jewels 3</i> may have dropped in 2016, but El-P and Killer Mike are still banging out music videos for their third project like it’s brand new. In the latest video for “Oh Mama,” the hard-hitting rap duo recruits another well-known pair of mutual fans, Rick and Morty, for a <i>Reservoir Dogs</i>-like …

Rap & Hip-Hop

This U-2 Spy Plane Pilot Photographed the Northern Lights Up Close

Want to see what the Northern Lights look like up close? Ross Franquemont can show you. A U-2 spy plane pilot by day and a photographer by night, …


Hollywood's best cinematographer finally won an Oscar

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, and try again. You might win yourself an Oscar.<p>Roger Deakins, the legendary English cinematographer, finally won his first Academy Award last night (March 4) for his work on director Denis Villeneuve’s <i>Blade</i> …

Warner Bros

15 Facts That Are Both Mind-Blowing And Seriously Unnerving

Your bones are wet.

Warner Bros

A Primer on Using the Fibonacci Sequence to Compose Your Shots

Filmmaking is math. Look it up!Nature, for the most part, is a numbers game, revealing how so many of the structures we see in our world and beyond …


A New Type of Tardigrade Just Turned Up in a Parking Lot

A newfound species of tardigrade, or "water bear," with tendril-festooned eggs has been discovered in the parking lot of an apartment building in …


The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet

<b>Broad Band:</b> The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet<br>by Claire L. Evans.<br>Portfolio, 2018 ($27)<p><b>In the earliest days</b> of computing, rooms of …

Oxford University Press

Dropping Ice Down a Borehole Makes a Surreal Sound

It's not what we were expecting.<p>It's not shocking that dropping a chunk of ice down a 90-meter borehole into an Antarctic glacier sounds cool, but the actual sound it makes is still totally unexpected. In this video posted on Twitter by glaciologist Peter Neff, we hear a recording of this …


Pale cedar beach house by Raad Studio perches atop a sand dune

New York firm Raad Studio has situated this beach house clad in light-coloured timber high above the sea level in New Jersey.<p>Simply known as Beach …


5 fascinating stories behind unusual logo designs

At its most basic, logo design can be a very literal, representative thing – and that can be effective, if done well. Think Costa's bunch of coffee …

Graphic Design

Composition Tips: This Pro Says “Use the Golden Spiral” & Forget About the Rule of Thirds (VIDEO)

If you wonder why we spend so much time discussing techniques for better composition, the answer is simple: No matter what type of images you shoot, …

Landscape Photography

Science Focus Podcast: The future of humanity with Michio Kaku

This week, we speak to theoretical physicist Michio Kaku about the future of humanity, how we’re going to terraform Mars, why the modern space race …


The Rise Of Yeast: How Civilization Was Shaped By Sugar Fungi

An imagined conversation between two yeast cells appears in Kurt Vonnegut's 1973 novel <i>Breakfast of Champions</i>. "They were discussing the possible purposes of life," Vonnegut writes. If that's not absurd enough, their existential discussion takes place against a weird, dismal backdrop, "as they ate …

Kurt Vonnegut

The real reason why most plane seats are blue – and other curious facts about plane cabins

Ever wonder why nearly all planes have blue seats? You've probably never noticed. Or why brand new models are still equipped with ash trays when it's illegal to smoke on board these days? Well wonder no more. Here we unpack some of lesser-known facts behind the design of an aircraft cabin.<p>Why seats …


What would happen if humans tried to land on Jupiter

A special thanks to Kunio Sayanagi at Hampton University, for his help with this video.<p>The best way to explore a new world is to land on it. That's why humans have sent spacecraft to the Moon, Venus, Mars, Saturn's moon, Titan, and more.<p>But there are a few places in the solar system we will never …


Narrative and Cinematic Street Photography by Oli Kellett

<b>Oli Kellett</b> is a 34-year-old photographer and art director who was born and raised in Northampton and currently lives and works between London and …

Street Photography

Japanese scientists invent floating 'firefly' light

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese engineering researchers say they have created a tiny electronic light the size of a firefly which rides waves of ultrasound, and could eventually figure in applications ranging from moving displays to projection mapping.<p>Named Luciola for its resemblance to the firefly, …


30 Big Machines That Changed the World In Big Ways

Their huge size is only outdone by their huge importance.

Pratt & Whitney

Platio unveils next-gen solar sidewalk that can charge electric vehicles

The sidewalks of the future could be paved with solar panels – and the clean energy they generate could power electric cars. Hungarian startup Platio …

Renewable Energy

Understanding camera aperture and why it matters

For the past three years or so, every time a phone is announced and they get to the part about its camera, the word "aperture" gets thrown around. …

Shutter Speed