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Farting, Peeing Dinosaurs Invade Manitoba Museum

One ticket to Canada, please! The Manitoba Museum opened the World’s Giant Dinosaurs exhibit, complete with farting and peeing reptile reproductions. Open through Sept. 4; the display features the 24-foot-tall Brachiosaurus and 66-foot-long […] The post Farting, Peeing Dinosaurs Invade Manitoba Museum appeared first on Geek.com.

Gravitational Waves Might Leave Permanent Tears in Space-Time

Since their first confirmed observation last year, gravitational waves have been shaking up the world of astrophysics. This time, scientists have suggested that these waves could leave permanent scars in the fabric of […] The post Gravitational Waves Might Leave Permanent Tears in Space-Time appeared first on Geek.com.

8Bitdo Wireless Controllers Are Now Compatible with Nintendo Switch

It is only a matter of time before the Nintendo Switch gets a Virtual Console store. When that happens, users will finally get to play classic NES and SNES titles. The Switch’s Joy-con […] The post 8Bitdo Wireless Controllers Are Now Compatible with Nintendo Switch appeared first on Geek.com.

Roll For Initiative With This Dungeons & Dragons Gift Guide

Let’s face it. D&D is a super nerdy hobby that not everyone is into. But if you are into it, you’re way into it. Some might even call you hardcore for even venturing […] The post Roll For Initiative With This Dungeons & Dragons Gift Guide appeared first on Geek.com.

Universal Expects Us to Take Something Called the ‘Dark Universe’ Seriously

Universal Pictures has announced designs on their own cinematic universe in much the same way a teenager announces they need their own room. Everyone else has one, why shouldn’t they? But their’s is […] The post Universal Expects Us to Take Something Called the ‘Dark Universe’ Seriously appeared first on Geek.com.

AI Invents Paint Colors ‘Dorkwood,’ ‘Stanky Bean’

There are people who get paid to invent paint color names—to make the distinction between “warm wassail” and “burled redwood”; to come up with “taffy twist” and “magic dust.” But, like many jobs, […] The post AI Invents Paint Colors ‘Dorkwood,’ ‘Stanky Bean’ appeared first on Geek.com.

Nokia Dumb Phone Emerges as Smart Vibrator

These days, a decent vibrator costs as little as a used Nokia cell phone. So is it any wonder more women are turning to the more inconspicuous handsets to pleasure themselves? A survey […] The post Nokia Dumb Phone Emerges as Smart Vibrator appeared first on Geek.com.

American Gods Gave Us a Straightforward, Linear Story of the Undead

For three weeks, American Gods presented us with fantastic, stylized visuals that brought us into a world of gods. Its fourth episode was notably light on gods (we got one, maybe two), and surprisingly down […] The post American Gods Gave Us a Straightforward, Linear Story of the Undead appeared first on Geek.com.

Twin Peaks Returned With a David Lynch Horror Movie

With shows like American Gods and Legion using elements of surrealism to tell their stories, it’s the perfect time for the original TV surrealist to show everyone how it’s done. The third season of Twin Peaks picks up 25 […] The post Twin Peaks Returned With a David Lynch Horror Movie appeared first on Geek.com.

Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Tom Holland to Play Young Nathan Drake in Uncharted Film

Sony Pictures has just announced that Spider-Man: Homecoming star, Tom Holland, will play Nathan Drake in the upcoming Uncharted live-action film. According to Deadline, the Shawn Levy-helmed Uncharted movie will be a prequel […] The post Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Tom Holland to Play Young Nathan Drake in Uncharted Film appeared first on Geek.com.

Victor LaValle’s Destroyer is a Fresh Take on a Horror Classic

Victor LaValle is an author I’ve been hearing a lot about in recent years, and rightfully so. His work on modern day horror is some of the best on bookshelves today. Titles like […] The post Victor LaValle’s Destroyer is a Fresh Take on a Horror Classic appeared first on Geek.com.

Talking With Pat Mills, The Creator Of 2000AD

I was lucky to, earlier this week, screen the new documentary Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD. Releasing on DVD and VOD May 30th, the film (directed by Paul Goodwin) assembles a rogue’s […] The post Talking With Pat Mills, The Creator Of 2000AD appeared first on Geek.com.

Geek Deals: Save 30% on Shirts from Teepublic

For a limited time, Teepublic is offering up a 30% discount on a wide selection of awesome tees. With designs inspired by DC Comics, Star Wars, Alien, and much more, there are shirts […] The post Geek Deals: Save 30% on Shirts from Teepublic appeared first on Geek.com.

Leaked Facebook Content Guidelines Highlight Complex Rules

From Harvard’s student body to global Internet users, Facebook has grown into the world’s leading social networking service. But has it gotten too big for its britches? The company, which launched in 2004 […] The post Leaked Facebook Content Guidelines Highlight Complex Rules appeared first on Geek.com.

The Saddest Guns, Fake and Real

No one is nutty for these guns. The post The Saddest Guns, Fake and Real appeared first on Geek.com.

A Nuclear Exchange Would Be Even Worse Than We Thought

Nuclear weapons are, we hope, the only globally-recognized nope-weapon. No matter how shitty we humans are, we have all generally agreed that nukes are uniquely terrible. They can cause destruction on cataclysmic scales, […] The post A Nuclear Exchange Would Be Even Worse Than We Thought appeared first on Geek.com.

RiVE Eliminates Temptation to Text While Driving

As a society bred on text messages and social media, it can be a Herculean task to put down the phone while driving. Our Pavlovian response to the ding of a mobile notification […] The post RiVE Eliminates Temptation to Text While Driving appeared first on Geek.com.

The Doctor Is Still The Doctor, Even In Extremis, on ‘Doctor Who’

This article contains spoilers for “Extremis,” episode six of Doctor Who season 10. Woah, we’re halfway there: Steven Moffat-penned “Extremis” ironically marks the midpoint of season 10. The Latin term, most commonly used […] The post The Doctor Is Still The Doctor, Even In Extremis, on ‘Doctor Who’ appeared first on Geek.com.

The Search for a Second Earth Just Got A Bit More Interesting

So, you’ve probably seen tons and tons of new stories about Earth-like planets around nearby stars. That’s mostly because over the past few years we’ve launched powerful new telescopes like Kepler that are […] The post The Search for a Second Earth Just Got A Bit More Interesting appeared first on Geek.com.

No One Handles Detention Well in ‘Class’

This article contains spoilers for “Detained,” episode six of Class season one. As the kids say these days: Yasss! It took six tries, but Class finally hit the target. This stripped-down episode is […] The post No One Handles Detention Well in ‘Class’ appeared first on Geek.com.

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