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Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay: Character Customization, Class Progression Details

Cyberpunk 2077 again has captured a great deal of attention. Following its E3 unveiling, the private gameplay demo that impressed those fortunate enough to see it at E3 and Gamescom has finally been released to the public. It should give you a good idea of what to expect from the game. And now that …

Cyberpunk 2077

New study links Alzheimer's disease with liver function and diet

Scientists have presented new research pointing to the liver as a potential culprit in the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Presented at the Alzheimer's …

Science Says These Are the Sexiest Dance Moves

Chances are, you went to a high school dance at some point in your life. And chances are, there was somebody at that dance you <i>really</i> wanted to …

Dance

‘Fortnite’ player sets single-game kills record, and everyone hates him

This past weekend, Epic Games ran an event in <i>Fortnite</i> that saw a rocket soar into the air, apparently shattering the space-time continuum and putting …

Fortnite

Saturn's Biggest Moon is Surprisingly Earth-Like — And Scary As Hell

Though NASA’s Cassini spacecraft was vaporized in Saturn’s atmosphere back in September (RIP), it’s still revealing fascinating insights about the …

Ingredients for life found in meteorites that crashed to Earth

<b>(CNN) —</b> Although two 4.5-billion-year-old meteorites crashed to Earth in 1998, it's taken until now to uncover some of their secrets.<p>The two meteorites, called Monahans and Zag, are the first discovered to contain the ingredients for life: liquid water, amino acids, hydrocarbons and other organic …

Astronomy

9 Surprising, Everyday Things That May Be Bad for You

1 of 11<p>Bad for You<p>Health risks can sometimes turn up in the most unexpected places. From getting licked by your dog to checking social media, …

Astronomers Find Huge Stars More Common Than Previously Thought

A star-forming region called the Tarantula Nebula contains more really massive stars than scientists had predicted.<p>The discovery, reported in the journal Science, could shake up astrophysicists' ideas about how massive stars have shaped the universe.<p>Astronomers generally call a star "massive" if it …

Mysterious X-Ray Emission May Reveal Nature of Dark Matter

X-ray light from the Perseus cluster of galaxies may finally reveal the true nature of one of the most mysterious substances in the cosmos: dark …

This Photo Showing the Earth and Moon Together Is Totally Bonkers

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is currently en route to Bennu, a carbon-rich asteroid that could contain the basic building blocks of life. Late last …

Moon and Regulus on January 4

Around mid-evening tonight – January 4, 2018 – look in the east for the bright waning gibbous moon. Although the star Regulus shines close to the …

3 Simple Steps to Mastering Any New Subject, According to a Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist

Learn anything faster using the Feynman Technique.<p>As we get older, learning something new becomes more complex, tedious, and time-consuming than …

All blue-eyed people have a single ancestor in common

New research shows that all blue-eyed people share a common ancestor. This person lived more than 6,000 years ago and carried a genetic mutation that …

Genealogy

Mass global extinction that wipes out human civilization will begin in 2100, mathematician predicts

A mass extinction which wipes out humanity will be underway by the year 2100, scientists have claimed.<p>By the end of the century, it’s feared that so much carbon will have been added to the oceans that the planet will have passed a “threshold of catatastrophe” which leads to the destruction of our …

Yes, humans are still evolving. Here's how you can tell.

Even more evidence that we’re continuing to change.<p>The nice thing about bacteria is that they multiply really fast. This is inconvenient if they happen to infect, but useful if you want to see how evolution works. Put antibiotics on a Petri dish with enough bacteria, and a few days later you’ll …

Alzheimer's Disease