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How Volcanologists Predicted Kilauea‘s Explosive Eruption

Scientists are now warning that the next phase of eruptions could send very large boulders as far as a mile from the crater.

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The Physics of a Tesla Model X Towing a Boeing 787

This Dreamliner weighs 130,000 kg-but actually, even a human could pull a full-sized aircraft.

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The Physics of a Tesla Model X Pulling a Boeing 787

This Dreamliner weighs 130,000 kg-but actually, even a human could pull a full-sized aircraft.

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NASA‘s Jim Bridenstine Agrees Humans Are Responsible for Climate Change

‘We are putting [carbon dioxide] into the atmosphere in volumes we haven‘t seen before," said NASA‘s new administrator. "We are responsible for it.‘

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‘Deadpool 2‘ Is What All Sequels Should Be: Better Than Its Predecessor

The follow-up to the 2016 surprise hit packs even more punch (and punchlines) than the first.

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Gruesome Jihadi Content Still Flourishes on Facebook and Google+

Despite improvements to algorithmic filtering, Facebook and Google+ still host scores of ISIS and related content and accounts that sometimes stay up for months.

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Mesmerizing Photos of Finland‘s Icebound Archipelago

These drones-eye aerial shots capture a Scandinavian summer destination in off-season transition.

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More Artists Are Writing Songs in the Key of AI

Collaborating with the likes of Sony‘s Flow Machine and IBM‘s Watson, music producers, K-pop stars, and YouTubers are enlisting AI to crank out hits.

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5 Comics to Read Before You See ‘Deadpool 2‘

Want to know what‘s up with Josh Brolin‘s character Cable? Here‘s your primer.

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Spermbots Offer a Promising New Way to Target Cancer

After discovering that sperm could be coaxed into carrying chemotherapy drugs, researchers shifted their focus from inducing life to slaying reproductive cancer.

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Fun Ideas That Keep Kids Learning Even After School‘s Out

Boredom is just the start of an adventure.

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The Physics-and Physicality-of Extreme Juggling

The world‘s best numbers juggler can throw and catch 14 balls. Once. Has he reached juggling‘s limit?

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The Complete History And Future of Robots

Here‘s the WIRED guide to catch you up on everything you should know about robotics.

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4 Key Takeaways From Mueller‘s First Year-and What‘s Next

One year in, Robert Mueller‘s investigation into Trump and Russia appears poised to connect all the pieces of the puzzle.

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Sam Harris and the Myth of Perfectly Rational Thought

Sam Harris, the famous proponent of New Atheism is on a crusade against tribalism but seems oblivious to his own version of it.

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Is Tesla‘s Autopilot Safe? Finding Out Demands Better Data

Elon Musk has made bold claims about his sort of self-driving feature‘s saving lives, but the truth is far trickier, and harder to reach.

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What Happened to Internet.org, Facebook‘s Grand Plan to Wire the World?

Five years ago Mark Zuckerberg debuted a bold vision of global internet. It didn‘t go as planned-forcing Facebook to reckon with the limits of its own ambition.

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Yanny vs. Laurel Means We‘ll All Die Alone

When everyone‘s brain makes a little world out of sensory input, and everyone‘s world is just a little bit different, can you really *know* anyone?

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Inside the Takedown of Scan4You, a Notorious Malware Clearinghouse

How security researchers caught the creators of counter antivirus services Scan4You.

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Senate Votes to Save Net Neutrality, but Hurdles Remain

Three Republicans joined Democrats to pass a resolution that would restore rules against blocking or throttling content. But the measure faces a tougher challenge in the House.

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Nissan‘s Following Tesla Into Solar Panels and Home Batteries

The maker of the Leaf is now offering UK homeowners rooftop solar panels and big batteries for a clean ride from generation to acceleration.

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