Monthly Archives: June 2019

What’s So Funny? The Science of Why We Laugh – Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
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China proposes new rules to sanitize video games — Quartz

As part of an ongoing crackdown and clean-up of its gaming industry, new regulations propose stripping out romance and inappropriate attire from virtual worlds.
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Architecture Expert Gives A Thorough Analysis Of The Stunning Decline Of The American Mall – Digg

A quarter of all American malls will close by 2022. An architecture professor explains why malls are failing and what their future entails.
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SpaceX: Not Perfection at First

All those perfect #SpaceX missions weren’t always that way. Lots of 💥 before perfection. Great videos with #humor!

How Not to Land an Orbital Rocket Booster via @YouTube

‘This is not a “what if” story’: Tokyo braces for the earthquake of a century | Daniel Hurst | Cities | The Guardian

They call it X Day – a major earthquake striking the heart of the world’s most populous city in the most calamitous event since the second world war. Can hi-tech solutions save Tokyo?
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