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This is Your Brain on Music

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It turns out NASA is using LEGO to help inspire the space fights of tomorrow. NASA is currently running two competitions for those interested in designing one of NASA’s future planned excursions into space using one of the coolest toys around.

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Remember Firefox? Of course you do (and if you don’t you should be ashamed and go find a copy right this second)! Well it seems the Chinese are working to make the thought controlled air ship a reality. Take a look.

Mind-controlled aircraft no longer unthinkable

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As part of a 7th grade science project for the Cornerstone Christian School, 12-year old Lauren Rojas launched Hello Kitty 18 miles into space. So… what have you done today?

HELLO KITTY IN SPACE via Likecool

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Always want to play Super Mario Kart in real life? The guys at Waterloo Labs have you covered.

Real Life Mario Kart – Waterloo Labs – Episode 07

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In a recent radio interview Neil deGrasse Tyson took on the question of whether time is more like how it’s presented in Doctor Who, Star Trek, or Ray Bradbury’s A Sound of Thunder (the original short story not that awful, awful movie). Here’s his response:

Neil deGrasse Tyson on Time: Doctor Who, Star Trek or Ray Bradbury?

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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why the world will not end in 2012.

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Symphony of Science offers us this auto-tuned mashup message of hope from Bill Nye, David Attenborough, Richard Alley, and Isaac Asimov singing about the issue of climate change.

Symphony of Science – Our Biggest Challenge (Climate Change Music Video)

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Car Tech‘s Brian Cooley takes a look at the infuriating and overpriced Aston Martin Vantage, a sleek looking car that James Bond wouldn’t be caught dead in.

Car Tech: James Bond would never drive this Aston Martin Vantage

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Turns out if you have a Smart Car the answer is yes. Check this pretty cool promotional stunt involving a pair of Smart Cars playing Ping Pong designed to showcase the fun and mobility of the small automobiles.

[via Walyou]

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