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'The Last Alaskans' Renewed for Season 2 by Animal Planet

Animal Planet today announced the renewal of THE LAST ALASKANS for a second season. The original docuseries has been hailed by critics and audiences alike and referred to as “the next evolution in Alaska programming.”

Examples of Perspective Change for More Dynamic Images

There’s a line in Return of the Jedi that has always struck me as particularly insightful, especially considering its inclusion in a movie filled with a two-ton slug-shaped bounty hunter and a planet full of fighting teddy bears. InShow More Summary

JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Helping Houston-Area High School Students Bridge The Gap Between Education And Business

By Jennifer Latson To some of Houston's teens, downtown's towering office buildings seem as unreachable as distant planets. For them, a career trajectory that leads to a job within a Fortune 500 company is unimaginable. Genesys Works has flourished since it began 13 years ago by helping a handful of Houston students [...]

Astronomers spy a star with its planets right in the middle of formation

An enormous array of radio-telescopes has taken the first-ever snapshot of a star with a dense cloud of pebble-sized rocks colliding and forming an all-new solar system.

"The More Bias": Why We Don't Care Enough About The Population Crisis

Somewhere near the middle of Joel Bourne's The End of Plenty – a devastating call to action to anyone concerned about the global food crisis -- he gets to the heart of the matter: our ability to grow food for a growing planet is only advancing arithmetically -- e.g., steadily, [...]

What Does Koenigsegg's Chief Tester Daily-Drive?

2 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Robert Serwanski is the Valentino Balboni of Koenigseggs, and while he drives the coolest cars on the planet daily at work, his daily driver is not a second hand CC8S. Can you guess what he drives? Read more...

EmersonVoice: The Power Behind Our Connected Planet

By The Atlantic, an EmersonVoice partner The defining feature of the 21st century is connectivity. From commerce and innovation to transportation and personal usage, we live much of our lives online, streaming Netflix on our tablets and scrolling through our Twitter feeds in line at Starbucks. We shop for groceries on FreshDirect, [...]

Grizzly bear shatters glass in failed attempt to take control of zoo/planet

The coming bear revolution was pushed back another day yesterday when an attempt by a Grizzly bear in the Minnesota Zoo to break the glass enclosure in its habitat failed. According to the Minnesota Star Tribune, a male bear named Kenai dug up a basketball-sized rock, picked it up with its bear hands and repeatedly slammed it into a glass pane. Show More Summary

How We'll Live on Mars: A Manifesto for Colonizing the Red Planet

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

For more than century, humans have imagined building colonies on Mars, and now settling the Red Planet is no longer a pipe dream—it’s something we might achieve in little over a decade. And many people, including the author of the new book How We’ll Live on Mars, believe our very survival as a species hinges on it. Read more...

Animal Planet Renews 'Last Alaskans' for Second Season (Exclusive)

The show is the network's second-most-watched series in 2015 among total viewers. read more

A Short and Sweet Look at NASA’s New Horizons Mission to Pluto

4 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Wired has created a short and sweet look at NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto. The spacecraft–launched on January 19, 2006–is scheduled to fly by the former planet and current dwarf planet on July 14, 2015.

Jarvis Cocker Creates Hilarious Fictional Gold Records for Paris Exhibition

In an ideal world, Jarvis Cocker would have won all the gold records — but since we live on a planet of philistines, Pulp took the best part of 15 years to achieve any sort of commercial success and only enjoyed modest sales in comparison to the Beyoncés of this world.… Read More

Innovations: The very best ideas for preventing artificial intelligence from wrecking the planet

The Boston-based Future of Life Institute, backed by a $10 million donation from Elon Musk, recently announced its list of 37 winners of research grants in the field of artificial intelligence. Spurred by concerns from luminaries such...Show More Summary

Watch Mars Opportunity's 11-Year Mission in Just 8 Minutes

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

In 2004, NASA landed its Opportunity rover on Mars. Initially intended to run for 90 days, it’s now spent 11 years trundling around the planet—in that time covering a distance of over 26 miles. Here, you can watch its multi-year marathon in just 8 minutes. Read more...

18 minutes of No Man's Sky footage shows off what you actually do

No Man's Sky creator Sean Murray has shown off an extended look at what players will actually do in his ambitious "open universe" space game. The footage, posted by IGN, shows Murray exploring a random planet, scanning for discoveries, alien creatures and shooting crystals for resources. Show More Summary

Mission to Pluto hits a speed bump, but resumes its stride

Two days after briefly losing communication with the New Horizons spacecraft as it sped toward the dwarf planet Pluto, the probe’s operators say they understand the root cause of what happened and have taken steps to resume full operations. Continue reading ? The post Mission to Pluto hits a speed bump, but resumes its stride appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Toothcrotch aliens threaten cute lil' dicknose

ACE team has created some bizarre stuff in the past (Zeno Clash, Rock of Ages, anyone?), but co-founder Carlos Bordeu has pushed even further with Endless Cylinder. You hatch from an egg on a strange planet as a small bipedal creature. Show More Summary

New Horizons gets back on track to Pluto after speed bump

All systems are go for New Horizons' flyby of Pluto on July 14, members of NASA's New Horizons team said two days after a technical glitch caused the spacecraft to briefly lose touch with our planet.

Google Earth's Voyager Is Curating The Planet

As Google Earth turns ten years old (wow, time flies), it’s bringing out a few new features to make it easier to find interesting things on the service. Curating the globe? Easy enough for Google. More »      

Your Summer Sun Eye-Q

The sun supports all life on our planet. But the sun's life-giving rays can also pose danger to our health if adequate protection of skin and eyes isn't taken. Solar radiation is a health concern no matter what the season, but summer sun poses significant issues for eye health and vision. Show More Summary

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