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Whether or not there's life beyond Earth is one of the most profound questions we can ask, and nearby exoplanets are among the best places to start looking. Unfortunately, some of the most likely candidates are bathed in apparently-lethal levels of radiation – but a new study from Cornell University says that might not be a problem. Case in point: Earth... Continue Reading UV-drenched exop
While there is a lot more to a strong image than just its composition, composition is nonetheless a foundational aspect of a good photograph. Today, we have a trio of videos all focused on composition. The first video comes from Fstoppers and comprises Lee Morris and Patrick Hall sitting down and discussing the art of composition within the context of specific images. If you'd like to take
We're not sure what it is, but there's just something mesmerizing about a Porsche sports car going full-blown off-road, whether it's a Safari 911 or Cayman rally prototype. Emory Motorsports proves that holds true across generations, all the way back to the 356. The California Porsche restorer and customizer combines a 1990s 911 all-wheel drive with a 1964 356 to create the one-of-a-kind 3
Giving players access to the beta of a new game before it's released is a great way to get feedback and find bugs. With different ways to give players access to a beta, how do developers choose? ...
Although polio is now rarely heard of in First World countries, it sometimes still occurs in developing nations which lack facilities for refrigerating the vaccine. That may soon no longer be a problem, however, as scientists have developed a freeze-dried vaccine which can be stored at room temperature... Continue Reading Freeze-dried vaccine may help eradicate polio once and for all Cate
Scientists have long debated the cause of the distinctive grooves on the surface of Mars' moon Phobos. One leading theory has it that the lines are signs of structural failure as the tiny body is pulled apart by the forces of gravity acting on it and its parent planet. But a competing idea suggests the marks may be superficial, caused simply by rolling stones on Phobos' surface. Now, new
round-shaped frames have been chosen by famous figures and creative protagonists throughout history. The post konstantin grcic designs ‘all round’ eyewear for JINS appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Leading Japanese architects have offered up drawings, models and other original works to raise funds for Home for All, the non-profit organisation set up by Toyo Ito following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Read more
conceived as a coordinated effort and an alliance of designers, architects, artists, civil organizations, and neighbors, the project is two independent spaces that are linked through the activities they contain. The post all arquitectura unites a marginalised society with this sports court in valle de chalco, mexico appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'Oumuamua is one fascinating rock. The 400-m (1,300-ft) long cigar-shaped object is the first interstellar visitor ever detected passing through our Solar System, and while it was originally classed as an asteroid after its discovery, astronomers have now updated the label. 'Oumuamua, it turns out, is a comet after all, but it's unlike any other known comet.t... Continue Reading Interstell is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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