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Scientists have invented paper that can withstand water and fire

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While the Chinese have been credited with the invention of paper some 2,000 years ago, this improvement takes the humble material to a whole new generation.

Watch 19 buildings collapse into a giant dust cloud

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Controlled implosions of buildings are generally mesmerising to watch, and this one is no different.

19 buildings — each seven to 12 stories high — were destroyed simultaneously to make way for a new business center in Hankou, Hubei, central China.

Sundance comedy ‘I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore’ doesn’t let the a-holes win

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Figuring out what Aussies think about Trump on Twitter is pretty difficult

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Australians reacted more “positive” than “negative” to the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States, according to a sentiment analysis study of tweets that were posted at the time.

Only tweets sent on November 10, 2016, (just after the result of the US election) that included the word “Trump” and were sent from an Australian capital city were analysed.

SEE ALSO: 6 ways to push your online activism into the real world in the Trump era

This resulted in 32,908 tweets…

Syfy’s ‘The Magicians’ does ‘some g*ddamn magic’ at Brooklyn installation

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In the first episode of Syfy’s The Magicians, Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph) walks into a shadowed corner of his city and ends up in a magical new world. The same is now possible for fans of the show and Lev Grossman’s original book series who walk to the sparse corner of Wythe Avenue and 12th street in Brooklyn, where the doors of the William Vale open to reveal a world of magic and mystery.

The Hall of Magic features 10 rooms of immersive exhibitions to simulate the world of The…

Chelsea Handler leads defiant, star-studded Women’s March at Sundance

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PARK CITY, Utah — Twenty-one degree weather and a steady sprinkle of snow couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday morning, where an estimated 8,000 women, men and children took to the streets of Park City for a peaceful but potent Women’s March on Main.

Organized by Chelsea Handler (as Mashable first reported), the procession was one of several hundred sister marches taking place the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, with other gatherings drawing…

Figuring out what Aussies think about Trump on Twitter is pretty difficult

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Australians reacted more “positive” than “negative” to the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States, according to a sentiment analysis study of tweets that were posted at the time.

Only tweets sent on November 10, 2016, (just after the result of the US election) that included the word “Trump” and were sent from an Australian capital city were analysed.

SEE ALSO: 6 ways to push your online activism into the real world in the Trump era

This resulted in 32,908 tweets…







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Chelsea Handler leads defiant, star-studded Women’s March at Sundance

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PARK CITY, Utah — Twenty-one degree weather and a steady sprinkle of snow couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday morning, where an estimated 8,000 women, men and children took to the streets of Park City for a peaceful but potent Women’s March on Main.

Organized by Chelsea Handler (as Mashable first reported), the procession was one of several hundred sister marches taking place the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, with other gatherings drawing…

Chelsea Handler leads defiant, star-studded Women’s March at Sundance

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PARK CITY, Utah — Twenty-one degree weather and a steady sprinkle of snow couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday morning, where an estimated 8,000 women, men and children took to the streets of Park City for a peaceful but potent Women’s March on Main.

Organized by Chelsea Handler (as Mashable first reported), the procession was one of several hundred sister marches taking place the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, with other gatherings drawing…

The world’s best wildlife photography reveals a fragile, beautiful realm

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From a leopard slipping through a Mumbai alleyway to giant cuttlefish courting under the sea, the striking images featured in the current Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition are at once beautiful, technically astounding and, often, incredibly moving.

Before the widening rupture between humans and nature, creating images of animals was of the utmost importance: animals were among the first subject matter for painting.