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An algorithm discovered dozens of Martian craters. It’s a promising remote method for exploring our solar system and understanding planetary history.
When humans over-exploit underground water supplies, the ground collapses like a huge empty water bottle. It's called subsidence, and it could affect 1.6 billion people by 2040.
The supply chain threat was just the beginning.
Stop fumbling for cables in the dark. These WIRED-tested stands and pads will make recharging your iPhone or Android phone hassle-free.
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If you’re thinking, “Oh, I just need to suck it up,” stop. What you’re feeling is real. Here’s how to cope.
The robo-vessel will map the ocean floor, and its solar-powered sensors will sample fish DNA and collect climate data.
In Pixar’s new film, Soul, the protagonist wakes up in the body of a cat. It’s a common enough trope—but it gets messier the more you think about it.
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