Everyone hates millennials.
WHAT COMES NEXT
CHOOSING A NEW ADVENTURE
"Breath Of The Wild" and "Horizon Zero Dawn" share the same basic ideas, and yet they represent a big and crucial aesthetic conflict — one on which game publishers are betting hundreds of millions of dollars.
EVERYONE HATES MILLENNIALS
"They're kinda like Nazis. [They] completely destroyed our reputation. They're just dicks because of how annoying and hipster they are."
A computer model is in the works to simulate how New Yorkers would respond in the the first 30 days after a nuclear attack.
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JUST PLANE CRAZY
THANK YOUR PILOT
We did not realize that plane's control wheel jumps around like this in turbulence, and now we are both a bit worried about flying again and incredibly impressed by this pilot's control.
FLYING WITH THE FISHES
St. Maarten's airport is famous for forcing planes to fly incredibly low over the beach adjacent to the airport to land — but not this low. The plane was forced to pull up and land later.
LONG READS TO RELAX WITH
DEMOLISHING THE SWAMP
When politicians take money from megadonors, there are strings attached. But with the Mercers, the reclusive duo who propelled Trump into the White House, there’s a fuse.
NOT HEDGING HIS BETS
How Robert Mercer exploited America’s populist insurgency.
A HOLLYWOOD ENDING
On November 5, 2013, a rocket launched toward Mars. It was India’s first interplanetary mission, Mangalyaan, and a terrific gamble.
THE KNIGHT OF THE FOREST
At the age of 20, Christopher Knight parked his car on a remote trail in Maine and walked away with only the most basic supplies. He had no plan. His chief motivation was to avoid contact with people. This is his story.
HOW IT ALL WORKS
Each time we peel back one layer of reality, other layers beckon.
A S.A.D. STATE OF AFFAIRS
How do Scandinavians deal with long, dark winters? And what might this teach us about the relationship between our moods and sunlight?
THE MERCERS ARE COMING
NOT HEDGING HIS BETS
The second, from Jane Mayer for The New Yorker, takes a closer look at Robert Mercer. They're both worth a read.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
NOT WITH A BANG
It's as anti-climatic as you would expect, but that doesn't mean it's not phenomenally cool.