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The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

The most interesting new comics hitting comic shops, bookstores, digital, and the web.

Will This New Development in CGI Skin Overcome the Uncanny Valley?

Andrew LaSane

New technology renders skin that stretches and compresses in ways that are more nuanced and realistic than ever before.

Grave Sightings: Raymond Johnson Chapman

Stacy Conradt

"Chappie" Chapman remains the only Major League Baseball player to die from an injury received during a game.

The White Deer of the Finger Lakes Are in Trouble

Mark Mancini

There are around 200 ghostly deer living near Seneca Lake in central New York. And pretty soon, the herd’s days might be numbered.

A New and Improved Peanut Is Coming

Hannah Keyser

12 Fake Books That Drive the Plots of Your Favorite Movies

Caitlin Schneider

The books are fake. Their impact is real.

Morning Cup of Links: 164-Person Skydiving Formation

Miss Cellania

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How Much Money Has Rick Astley Made From Rickrolling?

Mental Floss UK

4 Hopeful Approaches to the Future of Alzheimer's Treatment

Jordan Rosenfeld

Recent research on Alzheimer's disease is yielding new potential earlier detection methods—and one possible treatment.

20 Strange Things Found Lurking in the Sewer

Rebecca OConnell

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Voters Like Candidates With Lower Voices, Scientists Find

Shaunacy Ferro

The difference isn't just about a candidate's gender, either.

15 Things You Should Know About Caravaggio's 'The Calling of St. Matthew'

Kristy Puchko

WWI Centennial: A Sinister Influence

Erik Sass

National Lighthouse Museum in Staten Island Opens After 14-Year Delay

Caitlin Schneider

Fourteen years after it was set to open, the National Lighthouse Museum is finally the beacon it was always meant to be.

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