Sam Tarly is hoping to cure greyscale. The terminal disease could mean the end for Ser Jorah Mormont, who is desperately searching for a cure.
Tarly, who has come a long way from Season 1, could be the key to saving Mormont.
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‘The Orbiter’ is a magnetic fidget device that allows you to disassemble, flick, spin, and roll it. Read more…More about Concentration, Real Time, Real Time Video, Real Time, and Real Time Video
From Oregon to Arizona to Massachusetts, baby goats are now as essential to yoga as yoga mats.
Combining the workout with the immediate satisfaction of hanging out with the animals is helping attract hundreds of people to give yoga a try. Read more…
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Get your morning after Game of Thrones fix with Good Day Westeros. Max Knoblauch and Bob Al-Greene discuss the Game of Thrones season seven premiere. Read more…
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Since he was 10 years old, Ahmed Hassan Refaie has been using playing cards to build giant structures.
Refaie, a law student in Egypt, now has his sight set on building a life-sized museum made entirely out of cards. Read more…More about Design, Eg… Continue Reading
The sculpture, called K., is an amazing feat of technology and design, created by Czech artist David Černý. 42 individual plates of stainless steel, 38 of which move in horizontal circles, make up the giant face of one of the most famous literary figures of the 20th century – Franz Kafka.
The pieces move in complete synchrony to form and dissolve the author’s face, creating an ever-in-flux ‘metal-morphosis.’ A closer look at the bust reveals Kafka’s famous mid-parted hairstyle and sharp features. July 3, 2017 marks the 134th anniversary of his birthday. Read more…
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A company in Puerto Rico, is preparing to launch an electric motorized surfboard which can rise up above water and reach top speeds of up to 25 mph.
The surfboard, called ‘eFoil’ uses a hydrofoil technology found in larger boats and airplanes to crea… Continue Reading
A decade ago, the world seemed like it wasn’t ready for the iPhoneResearch showed most people in affluent societies didn’t want converged devices.
But today we live in the age of the smartphone, which, for better or worse, was almost single-handedly ushered in by Apple’s rectangular phone. Read more…
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It’s been 160 years since the first cable elevator was invented and it has come to define how we build any high-rise building.
A German company is looking to change that with their multi-directional elevator system that uses magnetic levitation and linear motors to allow sideways movement and greater speed. Read more…
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When you stop to think about it, the Harry Potter series has a few fundamental similarities to the coming-of-age dromedy The Breakfast Club. First and foremost, though the two classics occur during different time periods and in different worlds, both stand as iconic symbols of a generation. And both, though targeted toward a young-adult audience, are beloved by fans of all ages and from just about every possible demographic.
Our latest installment of “Trailer Mix” explores these similarities by giving Hogwarts an ’80s-inspired, high-school makeover.
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