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The president seems to want to target a human spaceflight program away from Mars and back toward the moon. The post If Trump Sends NASA to the Moon, Congress Might Be Into It appeared first on WIRED.

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Researchers have deployed DNA to detect antibodies by running a sequence of molecular instructions. The post Running DNA Like a Computer Could Help You Fight Viruses One Day appeared first on WIRED.

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Your filter bubble determined whether you thought Trump's words were presidential or unhinged. The post How You Saw Trump's Press Conference Depends on How You Watched appeared first on WIRED.

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Kaspersky security researchers find missing security safeguards in nine different connected car apps. The post Android Phone Hacks Could Unlock Millions of Cars appeared first on WIRED.

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If you want to make a terrible thing much worse, you're gonna need a bigger slab of concrete. The post Not Even Street Closures Can Make San Francisco Traffic Any Worse appeared first on WIRED.

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Clinical environments are out. Warm, Scandinavian spaces are in. The post Classy-as-Hell Dentist Offices We Wouldn’t Actually Dread Visiting appeared first on WIRED.

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Mark Zuckerberg believes his platform brings people together, despite the evidence that in connecting the world, Facebook may be helping to tear it apart. The post Mark Zuckerberg's Answer to a World Divided by Facebook Is More Facebook appeared first on WIRED.

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The latest cannon in Maranello's canon. The post Ignore the Silly Name—the 812 Superfast Is the Most Powerful Ferrari Ever appeared first on WIRED.

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President Trump has denounced leakers as "un-American." Actually, some of the founding fathers were well-known whistleblowers. The post Leaks Are Totally American—They’re Just Easier Now appeared first on WIRED.

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Keeping California properly hydrated requires some of the most complicated plumbing in the world. The post Why Is Oroville a Big Deal? Look at All the Places That Need Its Water appeared first on WIRED.

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Surprise eruptions like Bogoslof in Alaska would wreak havoc if it happens in the lower 48 states. The post The US Needs to Seriously Beef Up Its Volcano Monitoring appeared first on WIRED.

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Designers gave us smartphones. How do we take them away? The post Texting and Driving Isn't a Millennial Problem. It's an Engineering Problem appeared first on WIRED.

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Piaggio's Gita follows you around. It goes with you, turns with you, stops with you. The post The Cute Robot That Follows You Around and Schleps All Your Stuff appeared first on WIRED.

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The US Patent Office says two groups, one based at UC Berkeley and the other in Cambridge, Mass. own overlapping parts of a powerful new genetic technique The post A Patent Decision on Crispr Gene Editing Favors MIT appeared first on WIRED.

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A real-world gaming experience created for the headset crowd. The post Step Into 'The Void,' a Physical Playground for VR appeared first on WIRED.

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From Manhattan's skyscrapers to the caterers scuttering across the tarmac, step into the skies. The post The New X-Plane Flight Sim Is So Ridiculously Detailed, It Even Has Catering Trucks appeared first on WIRED.

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Marcus DeSieno's photos remind you that the eye in the sky is never too far. The post Ah, the Beauty of Nature ... Seen Through Creepy Webcams appeared first on WIRED.

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The Washington Post's Heliograf software can autowrite tons of basic stories in no time, which could free up reporters to do more important work. The post What News-Writing Bots Mean for the Future of Journalism appeared first on WIRED.

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In researching who was watching and reading what at the end of 2016, one thing became clear: Some of the oldest voices in the news are still the biggest. The post Old-School Media Is Pulling Way More Viewers Than You Think appeared first on WIRED.

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The prominent YouTuber's casual racism and attacks on the media have made him an idol in the eyes of the so-called alt-right. The post PewDiePie Was Always Kinda Racist—But Now He's a Hero to Nazis appeared first on WIRED.

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More than a month of storms have pushed California's water infrastructure to its limits. And another series of storms is set to hit tomorrow. The post A Wet Winter Is Overwhelming California’s Ancient Infrastructure appeared first on WIRED.

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The future of high-speed internet from Google will likely involve less fiber. The post Google Fiber Sheds Workers As It Looks to a Wireless Future appeared first on WIRED.

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Computers? Pah. These designers craft beautiful infographics by hand. The post The Nerdy Charm of Artisanal, Hand-Drawn Infographics appeared first on WIRED.

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