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Billy Wright
Humanitarian, Ecouterre, Spiritualist. Parkour-Arts / Urbex enthusiast.
Humanitarian, Ecouterre, Spiritualist. Parkour-Arts / Urbex enthusiast.
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In addition to new Star Wars films, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that the company is also working on standalone Star Wars movies about various big names from the Lucas universe.

Is this a good or bad idea?

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I haven't read the book, but this might be the best trailer I've ever watched in my life. Wow.

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Incredible Suspended Deconstruction of an F1 Car

Dutch artist Paul Veroude disassembled 3,200 components and then suspended them on wire. It took him a long time to complete his task, but not as long as it took to build this car. Engineers at the German manufacturer spent 90,000 hours of design time and 200,000 hours to manufacture the vehicle. Made out of carbon fibre, titanium, aluminium and magnesium, a Formula 1 car weighs just a little over 600kg. ➜ goo.gl/yeJ2A

More deconstructed machines:
Volkswagen Beetle ➜ goo.gl/Uzoxb
Volkswagen Golf    ➜ goo.gl/QC2J6
Kawasaki Kx250    ➜ goo.gl/I6LoL

by Dutch artist Paul Veroude ➜ goo.gl/Vyaev
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What an incredible image. This is how Manhattan looked for days — half light, half dark.

Photo by Iwan Baan/New York Magazine.
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Tick tock ... back an hour goes the clock
I completely forgot that I get an extra hour of that precious thing called "sleep" tonight. Since I'm probably not the only forgetful person around ... here's a reminder to set your clocks back and snooze a bit longer.

Image by Robbert van der Steeg/Flickr.
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Dark side of the city
Such an amazing shot. This is how things looked while part of Manhattan was dark.

Photo by Sam Commarato.
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Take a look at this DAZZLING nighttime view of India from our Suomi NPP satellite taken this week during the Diwali Festival of Lights. For more info and hi-res download: http://go.nasa.gov/PUSQdF
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Take a moment to consider the pace of technological change. Was Kurzweil correct? Is a singularity event coming?
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What do 100,000 stars look like? 

The new Chrome Experiment “100,000 Stars” tries to answer that by visualizing Earth’s immediate stellar neighborhood using WebGL, CSS3D, and Web Audio. Take a tour through the neighborhood, or zoom around on your own, and marvel at the vast scale & beauty of our galaxy. If you’d like to read more about this experiment, head over to the Chrome Blog: http://goo.gl/rno5O

Check out "100,000 Stars" here: g.co/100000stars
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