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  • Future-proof your career with the help of these $20 course bundles

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    Future-proof your career with the help of these $20 course bundles
    Picking up a new skill can open you up to more opportunities, grant you a fatter paycheck, and make you indispensable at work. And the good news is you don't have to go back to school just to acquire new skills. You can start with these online training co
  • Where's walrus? Climate researchers ask the internet to help dig through satellite photos.

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    Where's walrus? Climate researchers ask the internet to help dig through satellite photos.
    We love a good photo hunt, and we love it even more when such a hunt can actually be helpful for scientific research.That's the premise of the "Walrus from Space" project. This partnership between the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and British Antarctic Survey
  • Perfumed hand sanitizer is the worst, so let's stop using it.

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    Perfumed hand sanitizer is the worst, so let's stop using it.
    At some point last year, amidst the coronavirus pandemic, people began Googling a curious question: Why does hand sanitizer smell bad? What those poor souls learned was that an initial shortage of ethyl alcohol hand sanitizer gave way to a glut of foul-sm
  • The 10 best National Geographic series on Disney+ to help you learn something new

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    The 10 best National Geographic series on Disney+ to help you learn something new
    Looking for something to watch on Disney+ that isn't Marvel or Star Wars-related? You're in luck: The streaming service boasts an impressive catalog of National Geographic series that are both entertaining and educational.If you've always wanted to learn
  • Hidden Water Vapor Was Just Discovered On Europa's Icy Surface

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    Hidden Water Vapor Was Just Discovered On Europa's Icy Surface
    After studying years of old Hubble space observations, a scientist just discovered all-new signs of water vapor lingering on Europa. When it comes to our Solar System, there are certain destinations that tend to take up the spotlight. Mars is the foc
  • For William Shatner, spaceman, science fiction just merged with reality

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    For William Shatner, spaceman, science fiction just merged with reality
    William Shatner, 90, boarded one of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin tourist rockets and got to go on a 10-minute trip to space. Renowned for his role as Captain Kirk on ‘Star Trek’, Shatner was able to bring some science fiction to reality, beco
  • TikTok's nostalgia-fueled obsession with the early 2000s

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    TikTok's nostalgia-fueled obsession with the early 2000s
    For an app primarily used by by young people, TikTok is oddly obsessed with nostalgia. Whether its obsession with childhood memories or Y2K fashion, the app is overrun with yearning for the past.The hashtag #nostalgia has 18.9 billion views. Accounts like
  • The 10 Best Quotes From The Fly (1986)

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    The 10 Best Quotes From The Fly (1986)
    The 1986 remake of The Fly is one of the single-best horror/sci-fi epics ever made, and the debate still rages over whether it's better than the original 1958 version. Jeff Goldblum's excellent performance as the eccentric and loopy Seth Brundle is one of
  • Astronomers 'Stumped' Over Images Of Bizarre Double Galaxy

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    Astronomers 'Stumped' Over Images Of Bizarre Double Galaxy
    It's not too often that astronomers are at a loss for words when making a space-related discovery, but the above image from NASA's Hubble telescope managed to do precisely that. Of all the tools at our disposal for exploring outer space, Hubble has r
  • Biden administration says we need a Bill of Rights for AI

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:07 GMT

    Biden administration says we need a Bill of Rights for AI
    By now, stories about racist AI and facial recognition leading to false arrests have become way too commonplace.Those examples of bias aren't even getting into implications in other areas of our lives, such as with the issues of healthcare algorithms disc
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  • 300 nude people gather by the Dead Sea to highlight 'ecological disaster'

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    300 nude people gather by the Dead Sea to highlight 'ecological disaster'
    It's not often you see hundreds of entirely naked people, all covered in white paint, standing together in the middle of the desert.That was the sight this weekend near the Dead Sea in Southern Israel, though, when U.S. artist Spencer Tunick returned to t
  • Son of Monarchs Review: Visually Stunning Masterpiece By Auteur Alexis Gambis

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    Son of Monarchs Review: Visually Stunning Masterpiece By Auteur Alexis Gambis
    From its opening shot, Alexis Gambis' Son of Monarchs is a captivating, thought-provoking film. The very first image audiences see — even before meeting protagonist Mendel (Tenoch Huerta) — is a close-up of a chrysalis being car
  • Where's walrus? Climate researchers ask the internet to help dig through satellite photos.

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    Where's walrus? Climate researchers ask the internet to help dig through satellite photos.
    We love a good photo hunt, and we love it even more when such a hunt can actually be helpful for scientific research.That's the premise of the "Walrus from Space" project. This partnership between the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and British Antarctic Survey
  • Perfumed hand sanitizer is the worst, so let's stop using it.

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    Perfumed hand sanitizer is the worst, so let's stop using it.
    At some point last year, amidst the coronavirus pandemic, people began Googling a curious question: Why does hand sanitizer smell bad? What those poor souls learned was that an initial shortage of ethyl alcohol hand sanitizer gave way to a glut of foul-sm
  • Expand your horizons by learning something new this weekend for only $10

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    Expand your horizons by learning something new this weekend for only $10
    Instead of betting — and potentially losing — that $10 in your pocket on a sports game, why not invest it in bettering yourself? For only $10, you can sign up for any of the following courses and learn something new th
  • The 10 best National Geographic series on Disney+ to help you learn something new

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    The 10 best National Geographic series on Disney+ to help you learn something new
    Looking for something to watch on Disney+ that isn't Marvel or Star Wars-related? You're in luck: The streaming service boasts an impressive catalog of National Geographic series that are both entertaining and educational.If you've always wanted to learn
  • Hidden Water Vapor Was Just Discovered On Europa's Icy Surface

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    Hidden Water Vapor Was Just Discovered On Europa's Icy Surface
    After studying years of old Hubble space observations, a scientist just discovered all-new signs of water vapor lingering on Europa. When it comes to our Solar System, there are certain destinations that tend to take up the spotlight. Mars is the foc
  • For William Shatner, spaceman, science fiction just merged with reality

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    For William Shatner, spaceman, science fiction just merged with reality
    William Shatner, 90, boarded one of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin tourist rockets and got to go on a 10-minute trip to space. Renowned for his role as Captain Kirk on ‘Star Trek’, Shatner was able to bring some science fiction to reality, beco
  • How virtual reality can be used to treat anxiety and PTSD

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT

    How virtual reality can be used to treat anxiety and PTSD
    Virtual reality may become instrumental in the workplace, could potentially be vital for reimagining crime scenes, and has even salvaged strip clubs in the midst of a pandemic. Its possibilities and applications are vast, still being discovered and toyed
  • Michael Jordan Supports NBA's Vaccine Plan: 'I'm A Firm Believer in Science'

    Mon, 18 Oct 2021 23:21:08 GMT


    Count Michael Jordan among those who believe NBA players should do their part to end the COVID-19 pandemic by getting vaccinated. The all-time great discussed the NBA's COVID-19 protocols during a Monday interview with Craig Melvin on NBC's "TODAY" (h/t J
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    Fri, 15 Oct 2021 09:28:00 GMT

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    Sun, 17 Oct 2021 00:21:00 GMT

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  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of ...

    Sun, 17 Oct 2021 12:10:00 GMT

    EECS, the famous "course 6", is the largest MIT department, and Computer Science makes up more than half. Course, faculty, and group information and schedules, only some with individual pages. Cambridge.
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    Fri, 15 Oct 2021 22:50:00 GMT

    The test information guides for the updated versions of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing K–12, School Counseling PK–12, School Psychologist PK–12, and Visually Impaired K–12 tests are now available.

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