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Putting Bodies On The Line In Participatory Evolution

Robert C. Koehler"It certainly appeared he was trying to hit us," Amy Anthony, spokesperson for progressive Jewish advocacy group Never Again Action, told the Washington Post. (Photo: Never Again Action/Twitter Screengrab)
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Plane Erupts In Flames After Aborted Takeoff At California Airport (photos, Video)

A plane at California's Oroville Municipal Airport erupted in flames on Wednesday after officials decided to abort takeoff procedures.
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The First Manned Dive To The Titanic In 14 Years Found A Wreck In 'shocking' Decay. The...

The first manned trip to the Titanic's final resting place in 14 years revealed a deteriorating wreck being eaten by bacteria.       

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Nasa Provides Rare Glimpse Of Rocky Exoplanet’s Strange Surface

This artist's illustration shows LHS 3844b, an exoplanet with a surface that may be mostly covered in dark lava rock, according to observations by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. (Photo Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / R. Hurt -...
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Think Globally, Act Locally?

Brian TokarWe need to strengthen forms of coordination that emerge from the municipal context to support a growing network for change in synchrony with a global resurgence of solidarity, democracy, and justice. (Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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Drone Captures Boat Speeding Through Tidal Pools

These drone photos of a speedboat observing tidal pools are certainly making waves.       
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Nasa Rehearses Astronaut Launch — And Rescue — With Spacex, Boeing (photos)

Both SpaceX and Boeing are busily preparing for the first crewed launches of their commercial spacecraft, and in case something goes wrong, they're simulating different types of emergencies.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Astronaut, SpaceX, Boeing, Spacecrafts

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Russia Launches Humanoid Robot To Space Station

Skybot F-850, a humanoid robot, will travel to the space station in an uncrewed Soyuz spacecraft on Aug. 21. (Photo Credit: FEDOR / Twitter) A Russian Soyuz spacecraft is heading to the International Space Station (ISS) tonight and it...
Related topics: Robots, International Space Station, Space, Spacecrafts, Twitter, Social Media

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29,000 Pounds Of Thrust: These Pictures Show An F-16 F110 Engine At Max Afterburner Power

Dario Leone Technology, Americas Unlimited power! Airmen from the facility troubleshoot engines by running them in a controlled environment. Taken on Mar. 3, 2017, the interesting photo in this post shows an F-16CM Fighting Falcon F-110 engine...

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Ana Cheri Puts Her Curves On Display While Posing On A Boulder

Ana Cheri certainly knows how to rock a bikini. On Wednesday, the beauty updated her Instagram with a photo in which she wore a sexy, black two-piece number that showcased her fabulous figure. In the snap, Cheri sat poised on a huge rock by the...
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After Seven Roof Fires, Walmart Sues Tesla Over Solar Panel Flaws

Enlarge / A photo from Walmart's lawsuit shows charred solar panels on top of a Walmart store. (credit: Walmart) Walmart filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Tesla on Tuesday. The retail giant says Tesla's "negligent installation and...
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Ninja’s First Book Isn’t Literature — It’s A Brand Extension

JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images While I paged through Ninja’s first book — with its few words sandwiched between high-gloss promotional photos and charts — I got the distinct feeling that I was consuming something from the future. The...

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Watch: Astronauts Spacewalk, Install New Docking Port Outside Space Station

NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan are walking outside the International Space Station (ISS) on Aug. 21. (Photo Credit: Andrew Morgan / Twitter) NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan are spacewalking outside the...
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Waymo Is Making Some Of Its Self-driving Car Data Available For Free To Researchers

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge The data collected by self-driving cars used to be a closely guarded secret. But recently, many companies developing autonomous driving systems have begun to release their data to the research community in dribs...

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Dog-day Downpour: Wild Weather Wallops Washington, Dc (photos, Videos)

The US capital got hit with intense storms Tuesday evening amid broiling summer heat and humidity. Some areas of Washington, DC, reported large hail, strong winds and up to an inch of rain in less than an hour.
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Tourists Can Now ‘experience Life On Mars’ In A Cave In Spain

Astroland and TripAdvisor are offering tourists an expedition to experience life on Mars — deep in the caves of northern Spain. (Photo Credit: Astroland) While NASA has announced in June that it is opening the International Space...
Related topics: Mars, Space, Tripadvisor, NASA, International Space Station

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India’s Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft Enters Lunar Orbit

India's Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft successfully entered lunar orbit on Aug. 20. (Photo Credit: ISRO) India’s Chandrayaan-2 mission is making moves to get to the moon: The Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft entered lunar orbit on Tuesday...
Related topics: Spacecrafts, Moon, Space

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Spacex Postpones Starhopper’s Next Major Flight Test

SpaceX's Starhopper prototype could take its biggest leap on Aug. 21. (Photo Credit: Elon Musk / Twitter) SpaceX’s shiny Starhopper will have to wait a little longer to take its biggest flight test: According to SpaceX CEO Elon...
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Ezra Miller Rocks Mini-dress For Urban Decay's Pretty Different Launch In Seoul!

Ezra Miller is back at it with yet another red carpet moment! The 26-year-old Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald star made a statement while attending the photo call for Urban Decay‘s brand new beauty campaign, Pretty Different, held...

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The Significance Of The 1619 Project

Jesse JacksonThe Statue of Liberty. (Photo: USA Pyron/Dreamstime.com.)
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