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Watch: This man’s unique blood has saved over 2 million lives and counting

James Harrison’s rare plasma composition can be used to treat Rhesus disease. The post Watch: This man’s unique blood has saved over 2 million lives and counting appeared first on Futurism.

The Shaman All-Terrain Vehicle Is Practically the King Kong of Automobiles


Visit the original post to see all 5 images from this gallery. If you’re in the market for a ride that’s capable of taking down a small army, look no further than the Shaman All-Terrain Vehicle.

'Game of Thrones' actor shares more on why Jaime could kill Cersei


A theory building momentum among Game of Thrones fans is that Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) may in fact kill his twin sister and lover, Cersei (Lena Headey).

AI With Human-Level Intelligence Will Be Walking the Streets by 2040

What happens when computers achieve a human level of artificial intelligence (AI)? Ben Ross, MYOB’s User Experience and Product Management leader, believes that because of advances in hardware and software, it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.

Almost everything Republicans get wrong about the economy started with a cocktail napkin in 1974


The sealing of America’s fiscal fate began in 1974, over cocktails. As afternoon faded to evening on December 4, Dick Cheney and a young economist named Art Laffer shuffled into a booth at the Two Continents restaurant in the iconic Hotel Washington—it had appeared in scenes from the Godfather II just months earlier—two blocks from the US Treasury department.

We Just Blew Through Another Climate Change Milestone


Breaking Dangerous Records On April 18, Earth breached its latest climate change milestone when atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were measured at 410 parts per million (ppm).

The memes of Trump’s first 100 days


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Nirvana, Gym Socks, and Rediscovering My High School Days


Embed from Getty Images Working a 70 hour a week job as well as the demands of a kid, wife, career and all the other projects I try to keep myself busy with, I really don’t make time for myself.

Lindsay Lohan for Love Magazine, Spring/Summer 2012


Lindsay Lohan for Love Magazine, Spring/Summer 2012

On his 100th day in office, President Trump is still running a bare-bones government


President Donald Trump is barreling into his 100th day in office, and the federal government remains a bare-bones operation.

You can stop asking writers who inspired them — all of the answers are now in one place


Welcome to Vox’s weekly book link roundup, a curated selection of the week’s best writing on books and related subjects.

Tai Chi and Chai Tea


Sinclair Martial Arts in Orillia, Ontario, is next door to a cafe, so they embellished their sign to make the amenities of the neighborhood clear.

This Deep Conditioner Is Doing Very Good Things For My Curls


It was the year of our Lord, 1990. A baby-faced Babyface was making all the tenderonis drop trou with his hit single, "Whip Appeal." These days, I don't think that sex is described as eloquently ( ahem), but I personally still get a kick out of using "whip appeal" as a descriptor for something — anything — that I'm really into.

Looking Forward to Being Attacked


In 1977, Lieutenant Jim Bullard of the Memphis police department published a self-defense manual for women titled Looking forward to being attacked.

Hawaii has emerged as an unexpected leader in the fight against Trump


Last month, a federal judge in Hawaii blocked the Trump administration from proceeding with its travel ban on people from certain Muslim-majority countries.

Celebrating Men and Boys in all their Diversity: 2017 International Men’s Day


Embed from Getty Images — TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Approximately 3.6 billion souls of the 7.5 billion souls who occupy this space and place we know as Planet Earth are males – Men and Boys — Homeless Men and Boys, Incarcerated Men, Married Men, Divorced Men, Single Men, Men who are Fathers, physically and mentally disabled Men and Boys, Men and Boys who live in poverty, Men and Boys who are Christians, Jews, Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists and agnostics, Men and Boys who are poor or rich, educated or uneducated, Men and Boys of diverse ethnicities and Men and Boys who speak different languages – French, Urdu, Spanish, English, Portugese, Swahili, Xhosa, Arabic, Gaelic, German, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Italian, Hindi, Bengali, and Punjabi/Lahnda.

AR Seamlessly Blends With Print in This Art Book

This art book becomes animated when you view it through an iPhone app. It’s one of the first examples of print media entering the world of augmented reality.

Beyoncé’s gorgeous pregnancy has a powerful subtext for health


She’s drawing attention to a longstanding national health crisis. Beyoncé is on a quest to change how the world sees pregnancy.

American Airlines gave its workers a raise. Wall Street freaked out.


This is why we can’t have nice things. American Airlines agreed this week to do something nice for its employees and arguably foresighted for its business by giving flight attendants and pilots a preemptive raise, in order to close a gap that had opened up between their compensation and the compensation paid by rival airlines Delta and United.

In Just Ten Years, Renewable Energy Will Be Cheaper Than Fossil Fuels


Earth Day Marching This year we celebrated Earth Day with marches being held across the nation, including the capital and even around the world.


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