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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.
H.G. Wells’ “The World Set Free” imagined a bomb of terrifying, absolute power: a uranium-based hand grenade “that would explode indefinitely.” And the fantasy writer wasn’t so far from reality – the beginnings of the atomic bomb came only two and a half decades later. Atomic bombs have only been used twice in war. But with current tensions between the U.S. and North Korea escalating, it’s worth asking how we got here.Jan.10.2018
A soft robotic fish that’s controlled with a Super Nintendo controller01:26
Why YouTube’s algorithm boosted conspiracy theory videos in the wake of the Parkland shooting03:21
Is climate change making winters more severe?03:56
Self-driving Uber kills pedestrian in Arizona01:32
Driverless cars can now be tested in California without a safety driver02:31
This futuristic jet pack lets users fly up to 10,000 feet in the sky01:13