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Three Minutes Of Spinning Tops That Are Impossible To Stop Watching

This short film takes its inspiration from the 1969 film Tops directed by famed designers Ray and Charles Eames, and is literally nothing more than footage of spinning tops of all shapes, sizes, and colors. But don’t be fooled, it’s more captivating as anything Hollywood has produced in the past decade. Read more… Continue Reading [...]

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Can Congress Grant Private Companies The Right To Mine Asteroids?

U.S. companies are eyeing asteroids as the next frontier in lucrative mining ventures. But, they say, their plans are stymied by the vague status of private ownership in space. Earlier this summer, members of Congress introduced a bill to protect property rights for commercial exploitation of asteroids. Is that legal? Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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DogVacay is winning the pet boarding space by putting barks and smiles above dollars

People love their pets. Obsessively. As if they were human children. Really, really, really love them. It’s a simple observation that has helped turn DogVacay into a massive and rapidly growing business. The three-year-old Santa Monica-based dog and pet boarding startup recently crossed more than 500,000 nights delivered across 3,000 cities in the US and [...]

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A Forgotten Einstein Model of the Universe Describes the Big Crunch

Way back in 1931, Albert Einstein visited the U.S. for three months. Inspired by meetings with Edwin Hubble, he began thinking about the Universe differently, writing a paper in four days to get down his thoughts—and now, those first scribblings have been translated into English for the first time. Read more… Continue Reading from the [...]

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