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BTS Look At The Amazing Real World Film Locations For ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

[Click here to view the video in this article] With Star Wars: The Last Jedi just around the corner, Lucasfilm takes you behind-the-scenes in this reveal featuring some of the movie’s most spectacular real world filming locations.

Queens of the Stone Age frontman says he kicked photographer because he was 'lost' in his performance

Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme apologized on Sunday for kicking a concert photographer in the face during a concert Saturday night, saying he was "in a state of being lost in performance" when it happened.

Imagination: Tom Wallisch

Through the boredom, the driveway snow piles, sidewalk handrails and stair sets start to tease our inner skier.

iPhone X can use Maya for quick, affordable, and easy facial capture

Can the iPhone X become a fast, cheap and simple facial capture system? About a month ago Cory Strassburger at Kite & Lightning received an iPhone X from Apple.

Heart-breaking footage of starved polar bear shows the impact of climate change

Vision captured by a photographer has summed up the devastating impact climate change is continuing to have.

O Jerusalem! Oh No, President Trump!

> Source: – Trump-and-Jerusalem Just last week, “Israel Capital + Jerusalem” garnered a 75 percent positive score over the previous 30 days.

Out-of-control fire in Southern California grows to 200,000 acres

The Thomas Fire that started in Southern California's Ventura County last Monday has burned over 200,000 acres, growing in size by more than 25,000 acres on Sunday and forcing more people to evacuate in Santa Barbara County.

Long-theorized new form of matter, excitonium, finally discovered

Physicists from the University of Illinois have discovered a new form of matter called excitonium. This condensate, made up of excitons, was first theorized almost 50 years ago, and although evidence of this form of matter has been observed in that time it was difficult to be sure of what was happening.

Is #MeToo the End of Flirting as We Know it?

Embed from Getty Images — I think there’s a fundamental misunderstanding going on with some men right now concerning the #metoo movement that goes something like, “Gee, if I flirt, or express my sexual or romantic interest towards a women, no matter how innocuously, I might just get hauled off by the PC police, and be pilloried in the court of public opinion for sexual harassment or assault.

Stretchable fabric battery could power wearables with sweat

The bacteria-powered batteries of electrical engineer Seokheun Choi have taken on a number of interesting forms, including matchbooks, folding paper and ninja stars.


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Putting Racism on the Table: Robin DiAngelo on White Privilege

In the second session of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers’ Putting Racism on the Table series, Robin DiAngelo, former professor of education and Author of “What Does It Mean to be White?

Japan seeks additional $6.4mn to deploy Aegis Ashore anti-missile systems

Japan’s defense ministry has requested additional funding to scout potential deployment sites for American-made Aegis Ashore launchers against the backdrop of the growing North Korean missile and nuclear threat.

'Outlander' stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan discuss the Season 3 finale's twist ending

Spoiler alert: This recap contains plot details for Outlander Season 3, episode 13, titled "The Eye of the Storm." To refresh your memory of where we left off, check out our episode 12 recap.

‘Kiev, get up!’ 1000s of Saakashvili supporters demand Ukraine president’s impeachment (VIDEO)

Thousands of protesters marched through the streets of Kiev to demand the impeachment of President Petro Poroshenko, as well as the release of former Georgian president turned Ukrainian opposition leader, Mikhail Saakashvili.

Josh Homme apologises after photographer said he kicked her

Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has apologised after a photographer claimed she was kicked in the head by the musician.

Those Cold, Dry Days

A cold wind flows down into the valley. Slowly winters grasp is tightening over the Dehesa. Here at the meeting point of three valleys the icy air collects around the Finca de la Jara.

42 Buried Buses Form America’s Largest Underground Nuclear Fallout Bunker

[ By WebUrbanist in Destinations & Sights & Travel. ] Composed of dozens of school buses surrounded with concrete, there may not be room for two of every Earthly animal in this “Ark Two” but there is space for around 500 humans (kids and adults) to cohabitate through a moderate apocalypse.

A Reason to Love New York for Every Day of 2017 (So Far)

In an attempt to prove it hasn’t been such an awful year after all…

For Nikki Haley, Dealing With Foreign Tyrants Is the Easy Part of the Job

How the U.N. ambassador handles her boss with great diplomacy.