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Check out Pink Floyd as the soundtrack to space

Check out Pink Floyd as the soundtrack to space

A video partly taken on the International Space Station is set to the Pink Floyd song “Marooned.”

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Who needs a new console when you can play thousands of classic games online for free?

Who needs a new console when you can play thousands of classic games online for free?

The Internet Archive has released over 2,300 classic MS-DOS games to go with the thousands of other titles already on the site.

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Worst US cities to be in when a zombie apocalypse hits

Worst US cities to be in when a zombie apocalypse hits

A real estate website has ranked the 25 worst cities in the US to be if a zombie apocalypse comes.

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Destiny 2 Tips and Tricks for New and Returning Players

Destiny 2 Tips and Tricks for New and Returning Players

Whether you are a returning player or new to the series, we have a few Destiny 2 tips and tricks to help you along.

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Exploring Super Potato, Akihabara’s video game time machine

Exploring Super Potato, Akihabara’s video game time machine

During a recent trip to Tokyo, Japan, Nate Harrison spent some time exploring the Super Potato video game store in the famed Akihabara district.

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It Review: The Stranger Things Get, the Better

It Review: The Stranger Things Get, the Better

It review: Director Andy Muschetti channels a little bit of Netflix's Stranger Things in a strong adaptation of Stephen King’s It. Let me go ahead and get this out of the way: ...

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MIT creates the strongest lightweight material in the world, with huge ramifications

MIT creates the strongest lightweight material in the world, with huge ramifications

Scientists at MIT have created a new lightweight material 10 times stronger than steel, and the possibilities are endless.

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Here’s What Hurricane Irma Looks Like from the Inside, Courtesy of Crazy People

Here’s What Hurricane Irma Looks Like from the Inside, Courtesy of Crazy People

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) flew directly into the storm to show people what Hurricane Irma looks like up close.

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Construction on the world’s first floating city begins in two years

Construction on the world’s first floating city begins in two years

A company known as Seasteading is preparing to begin construction in two years’ time on the world’s first floating city, at a cost of $167 million.

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You can watch the awe-inspiring and horrifying Hurricane Irma from Space

You can watch the awe-inspiring and horrifying Hurricane Irma from Space

Using NASA and NOAA satellites, you can watch Hurricane Irma from space as it approaches the Caribbean and Florida.

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