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Scientists detect first interstellar asteroid 94% Posted Nov 2017

Scientists detect first interstellar asteroid

Comment: 23 days ago

Rendezvous with Rama

Coming soon, the new SpotMini from Boston Dynamics 86% Posted Nov 2017

Coming soon, the new SpotMini from Boston Dynamics

Comment: 30 days ago

Hang on, where was the guy trying to kick it over?

Vladimir Putin - Fats Domino's Blueberry Hill 88% Posted Oct 2017

Vladimir Putin - Fats Domino's Blueberry Hill

Comment: 51 days ago

Fake blues

Interview with Sophia, the latest and greatest from Hanson Robotics 87% Posted Oct 2017

Interview with Sophia, the latest and greatest from Hanson Robotics

Comment: 51 days ago

As a Saudi citizen, would this robot have more rights by putting on a male face?

Richard Branson on Elon Musk's life mission 87% Posted Oct 2017

Richard Branson on Elon Musk's life mission

Comment: 51 days ago

"Earth needs protecting," says man who runs airline and failed to deliver on his pledge to fund the development of a low-carbon fuel.

'The Mechanics of History' mesmerises visitors 94% Posted Oct 2017

'The Mechanics of History' mesmerises visitors

Comment: 52 days ago

Tragedy or farce?

Why North Korea stands no chance against US 87% Posted Oct 2017

Why North Korea stands no chance against US

Comment: 59 days ago

My point exactly: the first part (destroying NK missiles) is easy, but the second part isn't.

Why would the US be any more successful this time, considering their experiences in the Vietnam and the Korean wars?

Why North Korea stands no chance against US 87% Posted Oct 2017

Why North Korea stands no chance against US

Comment: 59 days ago

"No chance against the US"? Depends on the type of conflict.

North Vietnam had "no chance" against the US, Afghanistan had "no chance" against the old Soviet Union, the IRA had "no chance" against Britain.

Agreed, in a conventional head-to-head military conflict, smaller and worse-armed forces have no chance, but they don't always agree to play by the rules the superpowers want.

Hollow Hollywood 37% Posted Oct 2017

Hollow Hollywood

Comment: 60 days ago

So the argument seems to be: we should discount what the A-listers said about Trump because they didn't say it about Weinstein?

While we might question their consistency, it doesn't mean they were wrong about Trump

Soft tissue found inside dinosaur bone 87% Posted Oct 2017

Soft tissue found inside dinosaur bone

Comment: 61 days ago

Option number 4: God put it there from a rough sense of fun

Virgin gets involved with Hyperloop 87% Posted Oct 2017

Virgin gets involved with Hyperloop

Comment: 62 days ago

What heppened to Virgin Cola?

Theresa May's 86% Posted Oct 2017

Theresa May's "extraordinary" conference speech

Comment: 68 days ago

"A cold" certainly seems to be the spin being put on things. But listen to the whole speech - the first 50 minutes doesn't sound like someone with any kind of cold, let alone a heavy one.

Theresa May's 86% Posted Oct 2017

Theresa May's "extraordinary" conference speech

Comment: 72 days ago

She didn't start with a cough, she started with a strong voice but there was something she said that literally stuck in her throat.

If you watch the whole speech, there's a clear point where it all changes and she has trouble sounding convincing. I'd suggest this was the physical manifestation of an internal conflict - something she didn't believe in that she had to say nevertheless.

What was she talking about? Brexit.

What was the phrase that stuck in her throat? "I believe it's profoundly in all our interests for the negotiations to succeed."

She campaigned to remain and now has to try and sell Brexit and it was literally hard for her to get the words out.

 

The Atheist Experience - The chair in the room 88% Posted Oct 2017

The Atheist Experience - The chair in the room

Comment: 74 days ago

I was initially unsure if she was telling the truth or not - but was finally convinced by her hat.

Robot Sophia represents new technologies at Web Summit 2017 87% Posted Oct 2017

Robot Sophia represents new technologies at Web Summit 2017

Comment: 75 days ago

Twat, limited-ability AI robot plus presenter thinking "Why did we invite this twat?"

SpaceX - Anywhere on Earth in under an hour 88% Posted Sep 2017

SpaceX - Anywhere on Earth in under an hour

Comment: 76 days ago

Have telephones stopped working?

Pastor Jim Bakker helps you stay alive during the apocalypse 87% Posted Sep 2017

Pastor Jim Bakker helps you stay alive during the apocalypse

Comment: 76 days ago

I get increasingly worried by these shysters normalising the apocalypse and making stupid people think it's survivable as long as they have one of Jim's floatable buckets.

Combined with the tweeted "rhetoric" of Trump threatening "Little Rocket Man" they're making the world a much less safe place.

Why do white paintings sell for millions and end up in museums? 87% Posted Sep 2017

Why do white paintings sell for millions and end up in museums?

Comment: 93 days ago

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TYT - Trump brings up crowd size during hurricane speech 87% Posted Aug 2017

TYT - Trump brings up crowd size during hurricane speech

Comment: 108 days ago

2:48 "He's not a cunning linguist"?

Is that why Melania always looks so unhappy?

TED-Ed - How does impeachment work? 86% Posted Aug 2017

TED-Ed - How does impeachment work?

Comment: 114 days ago

Get your facts straight: the monarch cannot be impeached because all the swans belong to her.

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