The Flying News Horoscope Contest is officially closed.1 I want to personally2 thank all the readers who submitted horoscopes for the contest. It was truly stunning what you came up with, and if you didn’t enter, then you totally missed out. However, I have some bad news: it appears that the contest was rigged.3 All […]
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While mainstream automotive companies including Nissan™[1. http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/27/tech/innovation/nissan-driverless-car/index.html], Audi™, and Toyota™[2. http://www.usatoday.com/story/driveon/2013/01/07/audi-toyota-driverless-cars/1815399/], and technology companies such as Google® and nVidia®[3. https://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9248964/US_regulator_keen_on_driverless_cars_but_urges_caution_around_safety] have been making a lot. . .
Given the enthusiastic response of our readers to our recent article on the psychology of large appliance repair, we decided to see if physics has. . .
The non-profit organisation International Overpopulation Union (IOU) recently launched a new initiative to fight overpopulation by seeking suicide volunteers in First-World nations and matching them. . .