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Amp Up Movie Night With This Essential Home Theater Gear

published about 2 hours ago
An auteur-worthy home theater is easy to achieve–just cast the right gear. The post Amp Up Movie Night With This Essential Home Theater Gear appeared first on WIRED.
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Time Lapse: Skyglow

published about 4 hours ago
Stunning short film imagines the galaxy over the glowing metropolis of Los Angeles through composited time-lapse and star trail astrophotography. Video courtesy of Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic. Be sure to visit their Starglow Kickstarter campaign. Like Sunchaser Pictures on Facebook, and follow Gavin on Twitter.

Mortal Kombat X review

published about 4 hours ago
PS3/4, Xbox 360/One, PC; Warner Bros Interactive; £29.99-£42.99 Continue reading...

Audi TT – car review

published about 7 hours ago
‘On the way up a hill you feel like a fell runner, lean and superhuman; on the way down, like a hang glider, unbounded by boring friction’ Continue reading...


U.S. takes helm of Arctic Council, aims to focus of climate change

published about 10 hours ago
Secretary of State John F. Kerry took the helm of the Arctic Council on Friday on behalf of the United States, vowing to protect the ... more

Some Bright Green Lawns in California Require No Water

published about 12 hours ago
Some Bright Green Lawns in California Require No Water
Some homeowners have installed artificial turf in their yards to cut back on water use, though several environmental groups object to the fake grass.

Drought blamed for upsurge in dengue fever in Brazil

published about 15 hours ago
Drought blamed for upsurge in dengue fever in Brazil
Brazil's armed forces have joined the battle against an outbreak of deadly dengue fever in São Paulo, South America's largest city, a jump blamed in ... more

Drought blamed for upsurge in dengue fever in Brazil

published about 17 hours ago
Drought blamed for upsurge in dengue fever in Brazil
Brazil's armed forces have joined the battle against an outbreak of deadly dengue fever in South America's largest city, a jump blamed in part on ... more

Dot Earth Blog: Oklahoma’s Options Now That State and Federal Scientists Confirm Big Earthquake Impact from Water Disposal

published about 19 hours ago
Dot Earth Blog: Oklahoma’s Options Now That State and Federal Scientists Confirm Big Earthquake Impact from Water Disposal
Now that Oklahoma’s state geologists have clearly identified water disposal as the driver of a surge in earthquakes, what should Oklahoma’s citizens and politicians do?
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SpaceX Comes Close to Recovering Rocket

published Tue, Apr 14 2015 16:14 GMT
SpaceX Comes Close to Recovering Rocket
In a small step toward cheaper trips to space, a first stage of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket hit its landing target but did not survive ... more

Q&A: A Moon’s Moon

published Mon, Apr 13 2015 14:03 GMT
Q&A: A Moon’s Moon
Is it possible for a moon to have a naturally occurring moon of its own?

National Briefing | West: Hawaii: Work on Giant Telescope Is Paused

published Tue, Apr 07 2015 19:16 GMT
Gov. David Ige of Hawaii said the group building the telescope, one of the world’s largest, had agreed to pause construction to allow interested parties ... more

Out There: Earth, the Marvelous Blue Orb

published Thu, Apr 02 2015 09:03 GMT
The International Space Station, about 250 miles away, allows a view of the planet that shows geology has become destiny.

Orbiting a Blue Marble

published Thu, Apr 02 2015 09:00 GMT
The International Space Station is as far as humans go in space these days, but it is at just the right distance to capture astonishing ... more