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Your dog could very well make for a decent fitness coach, according to a new study out Thursday. It found that adults in the UK who owned a dog were fourfold more likely to get the recommended amount of weekly exercise as non-owners. The boost in exercise, however, might not necessarily be as dramatic for dog owners living outside of the UK. More »

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How were giant ancient structures like Stonehenge, or the towering Moai heads on Easter Island, assembled at a time when cranes and trucks were still hundreds of years away? Researchers at MIT have given more credence to theories that ancient engineers were masters of balance and leverage with a new experiment that produced giant concrete structures, some 25-tons in weight, that can be still be manoeuvred by hand. More »

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OK, so if you thought the new Fast and Furious spinoff was just gonna sidestep around the fact it turned its villain (played by Idris Elba) into a genetically enhanced superhuman—because that’s just what this franchise can do now, alongside literally anything else it wants — well, here you go: say hello to Black Superman. More »

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Could Taika Waititi return for another Thor movie? Michelle Borth says shes’s signed up for a few more DC movies after Shazam. The Eternals finds another intriguing star. Plus, new Game of Thrones pictures, what’s to come on Supergirl, and another teeny snippet of Avengers: Endgame footage from a new TV spot. Spoilers, assemble! More »

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Researchers from Yale have developed a system capable of restoring some functionality to the brains of decapitated pigs for at least 10 hours after death. The achievement has tremendous scientific potential, but it raises some serious ethical and philosophical concerns. More »

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More than five years have passed since a major new natural gas pipeline entered the boundaries of New York City. Since then, the city’s undergone a massive building boom, adding some 24,000 new housing units a year since 2017. Every new building, however, requires more energy for heating, and local utilities are hellbent on that being natural gas. More »

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As much as I like sneakers, one problem with the modern running shoe is that after your kicks get worn out, you can’t resole them like you can a nice dress shoe. So inevitably, old sneakers end up getting tossed in the trash where they rot in a landfill somewhere for the next few decades or more. However, with some help from its forward-thinking FutureCraft design studio, Adidas has created the Loop, which includes some important innovations that could help reduce waste from shoe...

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Last month, Facebook admitted that it was asking some users who signed up on desktop while using email addresses not supporting the OAuth open standard to give them the passwords to their email accounts — with options to avoid doing so hidden in a “Need Help?” sub-menu. Now the social media giant has admitted that yes, it did “unintentionally” download contact lists from 1.5 million of those email accounts without their owners’ consent or knowledge. More »

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Game of Thrones is finally back for its eighth and final season, and with it comes a journey back into one of the show’s coolest non-dragon elements: Its use of language. David J. Peterson has spent years crafting the Dothraki and High Valyrian languages for Game of Thrones, and may or may not have been approached about continuing his work on one of HBO’s reported spinoffs. More »

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Writer Paul Constant made a career out of reviewing books. Now his very first comic, Ahoy’s timey-wimey high school drama Planet of the Nerds is hitting shelves today — and it has him thinking about the relationship between being a critic and a creator. Check out his thoughts below, as well as a preview of Planet of the Nerds #1! - James Whitbrook. More »

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On Tuesday, Microsoft announced some major updates to its sustainability commitments. The company said it would double its internal price on carbon emissions, meaning it will charge itself more for its emissions from operations, buildings, and data centres, and join a group advocating for a national carbon tax and dividend. These are nice steps for sure (and who doesn’t a love a little Earth Day-timed climate action?) but they’re also wholly inadequate and come at a time when Microsoft is...

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