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Blade Runner: Black Lotus’ Cast Has Been Revealed
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Blade Runner: Black Lotus’ Cast Has Been Revealed

A still from Blade Runner: Black Lotus.Image: Crunchyroll/Adult Swim The replicants are back, and this time they’re more animated than ever. Literally. Crunchyroll and Adult Swim just revealed the characters and international voice cast for the upcoming animated series Blade Runner: Black Lotus. Yes, that Blade Runner. It’ll debut later this year with 13 episodes...

Scientists Intrigued by Possible Signs of Life on Saturn’s Moon
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Scientists Intrigued by Possible Signs of Life on Saturn’s Moon

The icy crust enveloping Saturn’s moon Enceladus has long fascinated astronomers. Evidence collected by NASA and the European Space Agency’s Cassini-Huygens spacecraft suggests the shell could be hiding a massive subsurface ocean made up of briny water underneath it — which, tantalizingly, could potentially harbor life. According to a new study by a team from...

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Trump claims he’s suing Facebook, Twitter, and Google over wrongful censorship

Donald Trump says he’s suing Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter boss Jack Dorsey, Google head Sundar Pichai, and their respective companies, alleging that they’ve violated First Amendment rights. Up-front: Trump said at a press conference on Tuesday that he’s the lead representative in the class-action lawsuits: We’re asking the US district court for the southern district of...

Feast your eyes upon BMW’s new electric scooter
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Feast your eyes upon BMW’s new electric scooter

Yes, folks, it’s here. The long-awaited BMW CE 04 escooter has finally been unveiled, and, yes, it was worth the wait since 2017, when it was firstly showcased as the BMW Motorrad Concept Link.  Today the company took the wraps off its new all-electric two-wheeler, which marks the German brand’s triumphal debut in the escooter market....

Rep. Katie Porter Calls for Investigation Into FDA Approval of Controversial Alzheimer’s Drug
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Rep. Katie Porter Calls for Investigation Into FDA Approval of Controversial Alzheimer’s Drug

A nurse holds the hands of a person suffering from Alzheimer’s disease on September 21 2009 at the Les Fontaines retirement home in Lutterbach, FrancePhoto: Sebastien Bozon/AFP (Getty Images) Lawmakers are asking questions about the process that led the Food and Drug Administration to approve a controversial drug for Alzheimer’s disease. The latest is House...

An Estimated 1 Billion Sea Creatures Cooked to Death in the Pacific Northwest Heat Wave
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An Estimated 1 Billion Sea Creatures Cooked to Death in the Pacific Northwest Heat Wave

A view of dead mollusks in Conchagua, El Salvador, on November 19, 2019. A similar scene played out in British Columbia this past week.Photo: Marvin Recinos/AFP (Getty Images) There’s bad news for crustacean lovers. Some researchers are estimating that more than 1 billion sea creatures—including clams, mussels, barnacles, and snails—basically cooked to death during the...

On Loki, Friendship Really Is Magic
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On Loki, Friendship Really Is Magic

Loki, Loki, Loki, Loki, and Loki go on a quest together.Image: Marvel Studios As it’s woven its way through apocalypses and time travel conundrums, at its core, Disney+ and Marvel’s Loki has always come back to the central question of what makes its titular character tick. As it’s added more and more variant Lokis to...

An Ancient Hypernova Filled This Star With Unusual Elements
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An Ancient Hypernova Filled This Star With Unusual Elements

The star SMSS J200322.54-114203.3 at center, imaged as part of the SkyMapper survey.Image: Da Costa/SkyMapper The peculiar elemental makeup of one star in the Milky Way could be due to a massive type of stellar collapse in the early universe, a team of astronomers announced today. The finding could help astronomers understand the diversity of...