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Brain hacking and optical illusions can increase your empathy for other races In the wake of massive #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations, the ugly implications of racism in the United States have come to
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"Honestly, my reaction when this process started was, oh, they're doing a movie on my crazy nanny who I never really liked," says Joe Matthews. The nanny's name was Vivian Maier, and she looked after his
AP Photo/R&R Partners Now there’s a new reason to be anxious about the rapidly dwindling battery meter on your smartphone or tablet. New US aviation security regulations mean that the consequences of dead
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Your computer nags you if you don't hit "eject," but there's a good reason. We've all yanked external disks out of computers in a hurry, skipping the step of properly ejecting them. If you have a Mac,
A heatmap of war over water Click here to see a larger version of this infographic. As the climate shifts, rivers will both flood and dry up more often, according to the latest report from the Intergovernmental
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