Olivia Chen Yutong

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First Human-Powered Helicopter Surpasses Sikorsky Standards, and Why Humans Are Still Superior to Robots

In what we'd say is a particularly big coincidence, news of two noteworthy technological feats, both named "Atlas," hit the web yesterday: aerospace …

US allies Mexico, Chile and Brazil seek spying answers

<b>US allies Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and Chile have joined other Latin American nations in demanding answers from Washington over spying allegations.</b><p>Brazilian media reported earlier this week that the US had seized web traffic and phone calls across the region.<p>Spying targets included oil and energy …

It Took Two Years to Get This Fog-Filled San Francisco Timelapse Right

The early morning when the whole city is still sleeping and the sky is changing from black to pink to orange to blue is the best part of the day. For …

How to look stylish this summer

<b>Summer – at last! But is there any way to look stylish in the summer?</b><p><i>Sadie, north London</i><p>I'll tell you one way not to look stylish, Sadie: by taking …

13 Refreshing and Fruity Sangria Recipes

What’s one of the best ways to celebrate summer? If you ask us, it’s with a glass of sangria in hand. First introduced to the United States at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York, the punch has been around for centuries. And with all that history (you can read more about it here), come hundreds of …

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Our editors pick their ultimate beach reads (but they're good to read at home, by the pool, or in a tent, too): http://bit.ly/15gnQZ7

What will become of humans as we evolve under the selective pressures of our modern lives and technology? If we adapt to some of the more bizarre elements of the present, humans could undergo some very surreal changes, writes Dean Burnett on the Guardian Science blogs network: http://t.gu.com/mP0ZT Photograph: Philipp Kammerer/Alamy

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Architizer Journal: The Official Architizer Blog

“I try to make poetry. Not minimalism. Not purism. Just poetry.”<p>NeoCon 2018 showcased some of the boldest brands in commercial design.<p>Find the best brands for every architectural product and material.<p>12 rammed earth dwellings emerged in a remote part of the world’s second largest state.<p>We're …

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Gardener ‘disappointed’ by size of her penis-shaped strawberry

Growing strawberries in your garden is normally a family-friendly experience, unless you’re Carole Collen.<p>The 52-year-old got a pleasant surprise …

Articles about london and new york double exposure project on Dwell.com - Dwell

"Most architecture in any age is crap, and today’s crap isn’t as bad as yesterday’s." That's a juicy pull-quote from "The Glass...<p>Moooi crosses the ocean and lands in New York to open its first Showroom and Brand Store in the US, introducing a 'brand' new...<p>While in New York City last month, I …

New Zealand Landscape Time-lapse

New Zealand is often listed among the most gorgeous places in the world, and for good reason. With a population of less than 4.5 million people, the …

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Top 5 alternative New Zealand road trips

<i>Who can resist the urge to hit the open (and almost empty) road in New Zealand? Certainly not us...but don't forget that the country has urban adventures aplenty, too. Check out our selection of lesser known (but no less wonderful) road trips, then head over to BBC Travel to find out about the</i> …