We’ve lost so much polar ice to global warming, it’s shifting Earth’s axis of rotation.
Are unidentified drones in the midwest just a new UFO myth? It seems not.
The NYPD introduced a Robodog to fight crime. The public objected.“Do not think that thoughtful design is just for the elderly, or the sick, or the disabled. In the field of design, this is called “inclusive design” for a reason: It helps everyone. Curb cuts were meant to help people who had trouble walking, but it helps anyone wheeling things: carts, baby carriages, suitcases. Closed captions are used in noisy bars.” — from an article on why good design for the elderly can benefit everyone.
The Netherlands may have reversed the decline in its bee population.
Speaking of bees, here’s how honey can stay edible for centuries.
Florida has banned social media companies from censoring journalism or deplatforming candidates, but Disney + gets an exemption.
Three years ago, a piece of the Vesta asteroid crashed into Botswana.
There’s a global shortage of semiconductor chips — and even dog-washing is suffering from it.
Arkansas is pushing creationism back into schools.
Azimuth Security has hacked iPhones for the government. Apple does not approve.
Why does QAnon enthrall people? A game designer’s analysis says it’s beautifully designed to lead you away from reality and into a maze of mystery.
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