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How can an airliner simply disappear? That’s a good question, because the technology to transmit “black box” flight data in real time is…
An HPV love story
Air Force wants to cut hundreds of aircraft by 2019
We do it because we think we think life needs to be hard
We throw thousands of men in the hole for the books they read, the company they keep, the beliefs they hold. Here’s why
Y’all come back now! Which you will, ‘cause time is a flat circle.
Who’s in control now?
Kim Novak, c’est moi
One lucky pooch survived a nuclear bomb—and airline bureaucracy
March 7, 2014
CoderDojo promotes self-directed learning and local mentors to help kids teach themselves to program.
the logical failings of Newsweek’s big scoop.
Turned eight today. The Big O-Eight. Eight years of sobriety.
Rare Soviet sub hinted at Crimea’s future
Before ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Alien,’ a failed project would change Hollywood forever
You’ll frequently hear people say “the science is settled.” Scientifically speaking, can it ever be?
Visiting the ODNI
A Tom the Dancing Bug comic strip
A former guard’s photos reveal a rare glimpse of “the box,” the notorious New York City jail’s solitary confinement cells
A pending settlement to ban juvenile solitary confinement as punishment in New York state prisons bypasses Rikers Island jail, and…
It was the most promising idea for where new physics might lie. Now that the LHC data is in, is it dead?
On privacy, etiquette, and the ever-expanding Glasshole
I first set foot on Jersey Shore sands at fifteen years old, toothpick-thin and mid-summer sun-kissed.
How Tina Fey and Co. skewered the conventions of TV comedy—and triumphed
Why restaurants would be better if we stopped passing our plates
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