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Sundance 2018: 'Blindspotting' is a Very Fresh, Bold, Modern Comedy
FIRSTSHOWING.NET We're living in a time where art, including cinema, must speak loudly about today's times, today's society and what's happening all around us. It's not just important social... 20 hours
Jordan Peterson brilliantly owns foolish social justice feminist Cathy Newman.
DISCLOSE.TV Jordan Peterson brilliantly owns foolish nasty feminist in epic takedown with facts logic and common sense, this is a great great interview. This is p... 1 day
Gralien Daily News for January 19, 2018
THE GRALIEN REPORT Here are today’s headlines… Wild Rumors Fly as Pentagon Shuts Down Questions on Secretive ‘Zuma’ Mission Out-of-This-World Diamond-Studded Rock Just Got Even Weirder Super blue blood moon eclipse: what Hongkongers need to know and... 1 day
wolves in the walls is a virtual friendship wrapped in a detective story Wolves in the Walls is a virtual friendship wrapped in a detective story
THE VERGE What does it mean to befriend a fictional character? How... 1 day
On the Basis of Sex
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A new, dynamic view of chromatin movements
SCIENCE DAILY In cells, proteins tightly package the long thread of DNA into pearl necklace-like complexes known as chromatin. Scientists now show for the first time how chromatin moves, answering longstanding questions about how its structure... 1 day
Workers at Apple supplier complain of unsafe conditions
PHYS.ORG For the second time in three months, Apple is facing questions about working conditions at its Chinese suppliers. 1 day
HSBC in $100 million forex fraud settlement
PHYS.ORG British financial giant HSBC has agreed to pay more than $100 million to US authorities after admitting to defrauding clients during multi-billion-dollar foreign exchange transactions, the Justice Department announced Thursday. 2 days
Throwback Thursday: ‘Zardoz’ (1974)
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bill ford says smart cities aren t just a science project Bill Ford says smart cities aren’t ‘just a science project’
THE VERGE In many ways, Ford Motor Company’s future is defined by its past. Bill Ford, the chairman... 2 days
Doug Liman Is Open To Return And Direct ‘Justice League Dark’
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The Justice League Blu-Ray Will Have Bonus Scenes After All
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Image: Gaia avionics model
PHYS.ORG ESA's Gaia observatory was launched in December 2013, and is now surveying our Milky Way, creating one of the most accurate-ever maps of the stars in our home galaxy and helping to answer questions about its origin and evolution. 3 days
‘Justice League’ Gets An Exclusive Scene On Blu-Ray
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Explainer: the evidence for the Tasmanian genocide
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A new, dynamic view of chromatin movements
PHYS.ORG In cells, proteins tightly package the long thread of DNA into pearl necklace-like complexes known as chromatin. Scientists at EPFL show for the first time how chromatin moves, answering longstanding questions about how its... 3 days
Lawmakers ask if states or feds should alert about missiles
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11 tips to help you get better at Rocket League - CNET
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MDI Biological Laboratory develops Anecdata citizen science mobile app
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ANALYSIS: 6 questions about Trump's health answered
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study shows software used to predict repeat offenders is no better at it than untrained humans Study shows software used to predict repeat offenders is no better at it than untrained humans
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Court software may be no more accurate than web survey takers in predicting criminal risk
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Tim Cook to Deliver 2018 Commencement Address at Duke University on May 13
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Should we let the crowd fund Canadian science if no one else will?
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New Web Series Focuses On The Development Of Vampyr
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Why Samuel L. Jackson's Jurassic Park Death Wasn't Shown
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Biblical dust storm turns Mardin, Turkey into a scenery on Mars
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