I tend to be an optimist at most times, but this is something we can’t ignore – and I’m sure there’s not much we can do about it. The nuclear disaster has contaminated the world’s largest ocean in only five years, and it’s still leaking 300 tons of radioactive waste every day.
If you’re on Windows, chances are you don’t have a handy package like Valet to make your development-workflow easier. If you’re using a standard Apache installation, this might go a long way in speeding things up.
I’ve always been a fan of the Alien franchise, ever since I was a kid. Prometheus was mellowed down for the most part, but thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless. From this trailer, I expect I’ll enjoy the follow-up even more.
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“Since Tesla released Version 8.0 of its Autopilot system this summer, CEO Elon Musk has touted its lifesaving potential. Today, dashcam footage from the Netherlands showed just how powerful the new safety feature can be.”
The first scientifically documented, validated wave of galactic energy seems to have been discovered by YouTuber Dutchsinse, who uses MIMICTPW microwave imagery to watch ‘strange’ weather events around the planet.
“With 2016 now in the rear view mirror, it’s time to look ahead and see what the coming year has in store. Here are Gizmodo’s most anticipated scientific and technological developments — and backslides — of 2017.”