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Photos Of The Best Cosplay From New York Comic Con 2014

<b>Head straight to the cosplay »</b><p>Dressing like your favorite character from comics, video games, anime, movies, or television is a favorite tradition of the Con — one that presents a unique opportunity to let your freak flag fly in a welcoming and safe environment.<p>Cosplay, if you don't already know, …

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What Google Cars Can Learn From Killer Robots

Robot cars and military robots have more in common than you’d think. Some accidents with self-driving cars will result in fatalities, and this may be troubling in ways that human-caused fatalities are not. But is it really worse to be killed by a robot than by a drunk driver—or by a renegade …

Watch Red Bull's Emma Gilmour: The First Woman Rally Driver Hit 120mph In A Parking Lot

Emma Gilmour is a friendly, soft-spoken blonde who owns a car dealership in New Zealand and drives little rally cars on the weekends.<p>But don’t be deceived. The lady is ranked as the best female rally driver in the world and is the first woman to drive in the Red Bull Global Rallycross series.<p>Which …

Spectacular swimming pools – in pictures

If it's hot and you fancy a dip, why settle for your local lido? Here's a selection of some of the world's most amazing pools

Ignored Comic-Con This Weekend? Here Are The 10 Most Important Things You Missed.

San Diego Comic-Con is suffocating, even when you’re 3,000 miles away. So, for next year, rather than try to literally beat the crowds in California or stay hunched over your laptop waiting for the latest Batman NUGGET to drop, might I suggest ignoring all things NERDDDDDD until Monday, when all …

With Men's Y Chromosome, Size Really May Not Matter

Basic biology has it that girls are girls because they have two X chromosomes — the things inside cells that carry our genes. Boys are boys because they have one X and one Y. Recently, though, there's been a lot of debate in scientific circles about the fate of that Y chromosome — the genetic basis …