Month: February 2020

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This Charmed review contains spoilers. Charmed Season 2, Episode 14 In this week’s episode, the sisters continue their search to regain the Power of Three, despite receiving a dire warning about what that power has done to all the Charmed Ones before them. With no clear answers as to why the power eludes them, they
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It was in 1897 when H.G. Wells–known as the father of modern science fiction–published his novel The Invisible Man. In that book, a scientist named Griffin discovers a way to render himself invisible while experimenting with the refraction of light. Already an unstable personality, Griffin becomes even more unhinged through his work and decides he
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Shovel Knight: Pocket Dungeon has been announced with its first trailer. The developers at Yacht Club Games, overseers of the Shovel Knight franchise, have teamed up with the developers at Vine to make this intriguing new game a reality. It’s apparently “a Roguelite Puzzle game hybrid”, with the team at Yacht Club Games explaining that
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A new poster and a trailer have been revealed for Paramount Animation’s new monster movie Rumble. Check out the trailer here: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here is a synopsis for Rumble: In a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, teenage Winnie seeks
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IMAGE: The validated retweeting network during Italian presidential elections from the session Statistical Physics and Twitter Analysis. view more  Credit: Fabio Saracco DENVER, COLO., FEBRUARY 28, 2020–Tracking communication and movement in this hyperconnected world can seem overwhelming. People (and things) share information through countless platforms. Networks online and off both impact how people live their lives
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Day of the Dead, a landmark film in the zombie genre, is set to rise again as a Syfy television series. Syfy, the NBCUniversal cable channel, has made a 10-episode series order for Day of the Dead, which will serve as a serial adaptation inspired by zombie genre inventor George A. Romero, specifically the 1985
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IMAGE: A close-up view on huge scaffolding at the construction site for building the new Municipal Library. At the left the thick layers of scaffolds are necessary to support the forward… view more  Credit: Fons Heijnsbroek (@fonsheijnsbroek51), Unsplash Engineers from Far Eastern Federal University Military training center (FEFU, Vladivostok, Russia) together with colleagues from RUDN University
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IMAGE: Photographs of the patterned rigid part of the substrate on the finger joint indicating 2D dimensional stretchability and images of stretchable OLEDs on a finger joint emitting green light. view more  Credit: Professor Kyung Cheol Choi, KAIST Highly functional and free-form displays are critical components to complete the technological prowess of wearable electronics, robotics, and
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Released: Out now Certificate: 15 Director: Leigh Whannell Cast: Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Aldis Hodge Distributor: Universal Universal’s classic monster movie The Invisible Man, directed by James Whale in 1933 and based on the H G Wells novel, was a hugely influential horror thanks to John P Fulton’s impressive special effects. In 2020, this Blumhouse-produced
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This Brooklyn Nine-Nine review contains spoilers. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7 Episode 5 Considering how funny I’ve found Vanessa Bayer as Debbie in her other appearances this season on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, you would think “Debbie,” in which Debbie becomes a coked-up antagonist to Jake and Rosa, would have been right up my alley, but somehow the episode slightly
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The trailer for the new Candyman film is out and it’s an absolute corker! See it for yourselves here: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Candyman is the highly anticipated contemporary incarnation of the cult classic and Universal’s synopsis of the film is: For as long as residents can remember, the housing
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This Star Trek: Picard review contains spoilers. Star Trek: Picard Episode 6 How you felt about this week’s Star Trek: Picard probably depends on how invested you have been in the Soji/Narek storyline so far, as their relationship and the implications of Narek’s lies came to an intense head in “The Impossible Box.” For me,
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IMAGE: Computer simulation by the Göttingen research team: a bacterium propelling itself along using flagella pointing forwards and behind. view more  Credit: Sarah Mohammadinejed, University of Göttingen The magnetotactic bacterium Magnetococcus marinus swims with the help of two bundles of flagella, which are thread-like structures. The bacterial cells also possess a sort of intracellular “compass needle”,
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Netflix has unveiled the main trailer from its upcoming fantasy adventure series The Letter For The King… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> The Letter For The King is about a young boy who holds the fate of the kingdom in his hands when he embarks on a quest to
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After releasing multiple quality collections of the classic Mega Man and Mega Man X games, Capcom has turned its focus to yet another Mega Man subseries with the Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. Despite the somewhat awkward title, this is the best collection of Mega Man titles yet. The Zero and ZX games are among the
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Released: Out now Cast: Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Sofia Bryant Distributor: Netflix Running Time: 7 episodes If you like this, try… Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina For a sillier take on teenagers with superpowers, CAOS is always worth a watch. There’s nothing particularly new about the ‘puberty as superpowers’ trope, but where most of those takes
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IMAGE: Gold nanoparticle technology can detect cancer extracellular vesicles in a blood sample view more  Credit: University of Queensland A novel blood test that uses gold nanoparticles to detect cancer has also been shown to identify signals released by cancer cells which could result in earlier diagnosis and better treatment. New research has revealed the nanotechnology
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IMAGE: Assistant Professor Xiaohu Xia works in his chemistry lab at the University of Central Florida. view more  Credit: UCF, Karen Norum For the first time, a team of scientists at the University of Central Florida has created functional nanomaterials with hollow interiors that can be used to create highly sensitive biosensors for early cancer detection.