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    Not all gamers are, you know, gamers.

    Being a casual gamer means you can (and should) proudly wear that Zelda T-shirt you love and deck out your home in Pac Man decor. Here's a guide for your friend who is a…

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    an illustration of a giant ancient penguin

    But boy is it big.

    Based on its bones, researchers believe Kumimanu biceae grew to be almost 6 feet tall, and may have weighed over 220 pounds.

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    MU69 and Moon

    New Horizons will soon find out what's up with MU69.

    MU69 isn’t the most immediately appealing object in our solar system, but it's turning out to be pretty awesome.

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    Christmas presents

    Don't give away your plans.

    These days, online shopping leaves easily trackable digital trails. How to keep your gift-buying a secret from the people you live with? Follow these five tips.

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    happy computer user

    We spoke with a Nobel laureate to get some answers.

    We’re not saying invest or not invest, we’re saying be informed before you make any major financial decisions.

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    HTHH

    Scientists want to know why it's lingering instead of crumbling into the sea.

    The island, Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai emerged from the waters in the Kingdom of Tonga, rising nearly 400 feet above the sea.

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    neil armstrong on moon with flag

    Should we go? Can we afford to go? All this, and more.

    Trump isn’t the first president to suggest we send people back to the moon, but his recent declaration sparked a lot of questions here at PopSci

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    Google Home Max

    A review of Google Home Max, the flagship Google Home speaker.

    Google's $399 speaker cranks the volume and the sound quality, while keeping its smarts.

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    The crowd

    Basically, don't panic.

    Ioannis Karamouzas researches how people move when an outside stressor, like a loud sound or gruesome views, causes them to panic.

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    Oh, and one thing for pets, too.

    Don’t run from the cold. Face it head on. Here are 18 items to help you combat frigid weather.

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    Hint: You don’t know where that thing’s been … and might not know where it’s ended up

    Leeches sometimes attach inside the human body. Yikes, right?

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    DJI Drone registration

    The 2015 rules about drone registration are back in action after suspension earlier this year.

    If you want to fly your drone outside, you're going to need to register with the FAA.

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    Interstate 95 Traffic Jam In Miami

    Tiny particles in car exhaust can directly impact the brain.

    Kids in Los Angeles who were exposed to more air pollution over the course of adolescence were more likely to engage in delinquent behavior.

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    Climate change

    We put warnings on cigarettes. Why don't we put them on cars?

    Hundreds of millions of people around the world are already suffering due to climate change. What would happen if we treated climate change as a health problem rather…

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    Immense globs of slime are only their second line of defense.

    What’s like a loose, slippery, surprisingly tough old sock? You guessed it: hagfish skin.

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    Facebook

    Five apps that ditch the bloat.

    If you own an Android device, you can save storage space, battery life, and memory usage by replacing your favorite apps with lightweight alternatives.

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    Hurricane Harvey

    Houston's record-breaking rain can be traced back to atmospheric changes.

    Houston is a city accustomed to floods. But Harvey was unusually—and devastatingly—intense. Now scientists have an explanation.

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    Light saber water bottles, Death Star speakers, and build-it-yourself droids.

    Light saber water bottles, Death Star speakers, and other picks from two scruffy-looking nerf herders.

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    Icicles on branches.

    Making the perfect ice storm.

    Scientists are intentionally freezing trees to better understand the effects of climate change on forests.

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    The FCC voted to repeal net neutrality. What does that mean for us?

    The vote to repeal net neutrality is over and the internet lost. What happens now?

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