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Because keeping up on your own is getting impossible. The post 6 Apps To Get You Through The Presidential Election appeared first on WIRED.

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After the first 10 chapters, we fancy ourselves scientist-philosophers, theorizing about aliens, humans, and the nature of the universe. The post WIRED Book Club: The Secret Behind Three-Body Problem's Ticking Clock appeared first on WIRED.

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The House Science Committee is dragging out the spurious narrative that science isn't in consensus about climate change, its causes, and effects. The post House Republicans Are Trying to Blackball the Climate Investigation into Exxon appeared first on WIRED.

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We've moved to HTTPS. Here's how we did it. The post How WIRED Completely Encrypted Itself appeared first on WIRED.

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This is what happens when unsolicited audition tapes go viral. The post Cape Watch: The Internet Has Picked a Robin for the New Batman Movie appeared first on WIRED.

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Everyone knows TV's coming to the Internet. No one knows quite what that means yet. The post The NFL on Twitter Is Here, and With It, the Future of Live TV appeared first on WIRED.

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The current discussion about candidates' health isn’t really about health at all—it’s more about transparency and one-upmanship. The post Trump's Dr. Oz Appearance Has Nothing To Do With Health appeared first on WIRED.

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The configuration of a meeting hall affects the way a legislative body functions---or doesn't. The post The Design of Parliaments Has a Funkadelic Impact on Politics appeared first on WIRED.

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Carbon-fiber handcycles are the rides of choice at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio, and they're completely different beasts than your average bike. The post This Carbon Fiber Paralympics Bike Is a $10,000 Ride appeared first on WIRED.

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Wired.com is now protected with HTTPS. Every single last bit of it. The post We've Just Encrypted All of WIRED.com appeared first on WIRED.

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That Zika funding bill isn't just contentious. It's also got a real transparency problem. The post No One Knows Who Is Blocking US Funding For Zika Treatment appeared first on WIRED.

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Photographer Alexandre Guirkinger explores the ruins of the infamous Maginot Line. The post The Epic 450-Mile French Barrier That Couldn’t Stop the Nazis appeared first on WIRED.

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Hands-on impressions of Sony's sequel to Shadow of the Colossus, from Tokyo. The post When You Finally Play The Last Guardian, Take Your Time appeared first on WIRED.

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Giger is the subject of a new video essay that explores how his design background informed not only the appearance of Alien's monster, but the film itself. The post How H.R. Giger Made Alien's Monster Beautiful and Terrifying appeared first on WIRED.

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New audio-processing tech called Virtual:X will make cheap soundbars more immersive, thanks to psychoacoustic tricks that simulate invisible speakers. The post DTS's New Audio Tech Makes Your Cheap Home Theater Sound Amazing appeared first on WIRED.

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Serial Box releases its novels the way networks release TV episodes—it writes them that way, too. The post This Ebook Publisher Doesn't Have Authors. It Has Writers' Rooms appeared first on WIRED.

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A handful of under-the-radar movies have seen their IMDb user reviews take a massive, mysterious drop before opening night. The post IMDb Voters Are Tanking Indies Before They're Even Released appeared first on WIRED.

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Hey, the guy is in a movie about Edward Snowden, he probably knows a thing or two about security, right? The post Snowden's Zachary Quinto Explains Voting Machine Hacking in 2 Minutes appeared first on WIRED.

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The attack on the World Anti-Doping Agency, following the DNC hack, signals Russian hackers emerging from the shadows to brazenly flaunt their work. The post Anti-Doping Agency Attack Shows Russian Hackers Getting Bolder appeared first on WIRED.

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Clear some space on your mantle, FX. The post Who We Think Will Win Big at the Emmys appeared first on WIRED.

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Democratic lawmakers forgot one very important rule of the Internet Wednesday. The post What Will Ensure Your Social Media Protest Is Overrun By Trolls? appeared first on WIRED.

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What happens when you mix freezing temperatures, methane, and radiation? Possibly, the origins of life. The post How Pluto's Moon Charon Got Its Dusty Red Cap appeared first on WIRED.

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In 'Operation Avalanche,' a group of naïve CIA agents come up with a not-too-bright plan to fake the Apollo 11 landing. Watch the "eureka!" moment here. The post Operation Avalanche Clip: The CIA Plans a Fake Moon Landing appeared first on WIRED.

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Brand new social media platform Gab will not censor you. So does that make it a free speech utopia, or just troll heaven? The post Gab, the Alt-Right's Very Own Twitter, Is The Ultimate Filter Bubble appeared first on WIRED.

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A campaign to ask Obama to pardon the NSA whistleblower hopes for a boost from the film's simplistic depiction of Snowden's heroism and the NSA's evil. The post Edward Snowden Really Needs Oliver Stone’s Hero Movie Right Now appeared first on WIRED.

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