This article is presented by: Generationally speaking, the character of “Hutch” Hutchence is in an interesting position on Jupiter’s Legacy. He’s another bridge between the generations of heroes. The man who plays Hutch is Ian Quinlan, who has appeared in the films City Hall and Music of the Heart. On television his credits include episodes
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Epic fantasy can transport us to entire nations in other worlds, while other stories revisit classic myths. Both are on display in this month’s selection of our most anticipated books. Son of the Storm by Suyi Davies Okungbowa Type: NovelPublisher: OrbitRelease date: May 11 Den of Geek says: This Nigerian-inspired fantasy epic from a prolific
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This article contains Tenet spoilers. Tenet is now streaming on HBO Max, and with its arrival comes a lot of the old questions and debates around the film. Questions such as “How does Inversion actually work?,” “What was the Algorithm?,” and “What was even happening in that opening scene?” have all been reopened for a
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This My Hero Academia review contains spoilers. My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 6 “It takes time to create something big…” Imposter syndrome is a real condition that takes over people and it seems like it’d be incredibly prevalent in a world like My Hero Academia where the population is conditioned to become heroes from
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Notting Hill, the Richard Curtis-penned film about a “normal” British bloke (played by Paddington 2‘s Hugh Grant) who falls in love with the most famous actress in the world (Julia Roberts), became the highest-grossing British film of all time when it premiered in 1999. And it has been inspiring casual conspiracy theories about who it
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This article contains Tenet spoilers. You can read our spoiler-free review here. Christopher Nolan has a reputation for making complicated, hard to understand movies, but in all honesty, that reputation is unearned. In Memento, the scenes filmed in color are running in reverse order, the scenes filmed in black and white are running forwards, and
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IMAGE: Schematic of the imaging of pathological tissue 3D structure by combining optical diffraction tomography and automated stitching. Image credit: Hugonnet et al., doi 10.1117/1.AP.3.2.026004 view more  Credit: Hugonnet et al. Histology is the study of biological tissues at a microscopic level. Also called microscopic anatomy, histology is widely used to provide diagnosis of cancer and
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Visit our sponsor, Brilliant: https://brilliant.org/IsaacArthur/ Black Holes are amongst the most destructive things in the Universe, but it may be that properly utilized, they might be the best places in the galaxy to live around in the future, and possibly right here in our own solar system too. Check out the Paperclip Maximizer: https://watchnebula.com/isaacarthur Visit
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IMAGE: The atomic structure of a gold nanoparticle protected by phosphine molecules (left) and magnetic-field-induced electron currents in a plane intersecting the center of the particle (right). The total electron current… view more  Credit: University of Jyväskylä/Omar Lopez Estrada Researchers in the Nanoscience Center of University of Jyvaskyla, in Finland and in the Guadalajara University in
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This article contains Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse spoilers. You can find our spoiler-free review here. For the most faithful Tom Clancy fans, it’s probably not the ending they anticipated. Amazon’s adaptation of the author’s John Clark origin story, Without Remorse, ends not with a justification for Cold War paranoia but instead with a greater fear
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The author of The Martian returns and the far future gets messy in this month’s science fiction offerings. Here are some of the science fiction books we’re most looking forward to in May 2021… Top New Science Fiction Books in April 2021 Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir Type: NovelRelease date: May 4Publisher: Ballantine Books
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It’s safe to say that the COVID content drought is just about over. Netflix prides itself on being the most, let’s say, prolific streaming service in the game. With its list of new releases for May 2021 it’s once again revealing why. There is a lot going on for Netflix this month and it all
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IMAGE: Engineers at Rice University and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are using neural networks to accelerate the prediction of how microstructures of materials evolve. This example predicts snowflake-like dendritic crystal growth…. view more  Credit: Mesoscale Materials Science Group/Rice University HOUSTON – (April 30, 2021) – The microscopic structures and properties of materials are intimately linked, and
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When HBO Max announced its Green Lantern live-action television series, speculation ran rampant on how the DC galactic superhero mantle would be handled after Ryan Reynolds starred in the notorious 2011 film flop. However, that speculation has just narrowed, with the casting of headliner Finn Wittrock. The catch? Rather than playing famous hero Hal Jordan,
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IMAGE: Photo shows Vivek Aji (left) and Nathaniel Gabor in the Quantum Materials Optoelectronics Lab at UC Riverside. view more  Credit: Stan Lim, UC Riverside. RIVERSIDE, Calif. — A pair of physicists at the University of California, Riverside, are aiming to convert light falling on atomically thin semiconductor materials into electricity, having received more than $582,000
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Before there was the Justice League…there was The War. From DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment comes an all new animated movie based on the graphic novel Justice League: Origin by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. Watch the epic battle between Darkseid and the newly forming members of the Justice League
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In a near future where world humanity has been deprived of closeness of each other through technological communication advancements, a small boy, Timmy full of curiosity goes on a journey to learn the value of interpersonal communication, human emotions and expressing them through discovering the underground art of theater. “Connected” by Christopher Satola Subscribe to
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Your love for Rihanna or Tom Hardy may be unrequited, but that doesn’t necessarily make it unhealthy. Hosted by: Hank Green ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Kevin Bealer, Mark Terrio-Cameron, KatieMarie Magnone, Patrick Merrithew, D.A. Noe, Charles Southerland, Fatima Iqbal, Sultan
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RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, have used a nanoscale synthetic antiferromagnet to control the interaction between magnons — research that could lead to faster and more energy-efficient computers. In ferromagnets, electron spins point in the same direction. To make future computer technologies faster and more energy-efficient, spintronics research employs spin
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