Aaron Swearingen

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Sometimes The Grass Really Is Greener On The Other Side - Six Major Things I Think iOS Does Better Than Android

Article Contents<p>I've used Android as my main mobile platform for almost six years now. My first smartphone was a Motorola CLIQ XT that I bought back …

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​Unearthing the Secret History of 'LA's Deadliest Punk Rock Gang'

'Disco's Out... Murder's In!' explores the story of La Mirada Punks, a group of loosely-organized criminals who became known for slam pit stabbings, murders at punk shows, and tarnishing the music scene.<p>Punk music changed forever when it hit LA. Tempos became faster, bands became meaner, violence …

Ask Ethan: How Fast Do Gravitational Waves Travel?

One of the most surprising predictions of Einstein’s General Relativity is the existence of not just matter, radiation and other particle-based forms of energy, but the existence of gravitational radiation itself, or fundamental “ripples” in the very fabric of spacetime. This is one of the toughest …

Black Holes

A recurring problem in 'Making A Murderer' used to be huge in the UK — and the country figured out how to fix it

Steven Avery spent 18 years in prison for a rape he never committed. While Netflix's ubiquitous new documentary series "Making A Murderer" follows the Manitowoc, Wisconsin, native's next legal battle over the murder of 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach, that much we know as fact.<p>While …

Antarctic ice may conceal the world's most massive canyon

There may be something in H.P. Lovecraft's "At the Mountains of Madness" after all.<p>A massive canyon system and lake have been found running under the ice on the Antarctic continent, according to satellite data. And, if the data is being read correctly, that system runs for over 1,000 kilometres …

Lawrence Phillips: The Sad End of the Man They Couldn’t Save

There was something terrifying about the way Lawrence Phillips ran with a football, the way he danced around people and plowed right through them, …