Americans Played Football in the Nuked Remains of Nagasaki For the 'Atom Bowl' in 1946

The US and North Korea seem to be on the brink of starting a nuclear war almost every single day here in 2018. But even if a nuclear bomb is used and millions die, whatever humans left surviving will try to achieve some level of normalcy in the aftermath. How do I know that? In 1946, American troops played a football…

Teen Expresses Fears Over Loss of Net Neutrality, Governor of Maine Suggests Reading a Book Instead

Paul LePage, the governor of Maine, is primarily known for being a racist and, as Politico phrased it, “America’s craziest governor.” So, when a young member of his constituency wrote to him expressing her concern that ending net neutrality threatens her education, he responded in just the way you’d expect a raging…

This Spectacular Stargazing Video Makes Me Want to Move Far Away From Big City Lights

Sure, the restaurants are great, and you’ve probably got a decent sports team to root for. But the bright lights of a big city mean that at night you can rarely see more than a few stars in the sky, and these stunning timelapses of the galaxy overhead will make you realize the spectacular show you’re missing every…

New Details About the Background of Black Panther's Big Villain

Gotham is apparently recasting another of its villains. Clark Gregg talks about his directorial debut on Agents of SHIELD. Scully gets an ominous vision in a new clip from The X-Files’ return. Plus, new footage from Black Lightning and Insidious: The Last Key, and what’s to come on The Gifted’s finale. Spoilers now!

Report: All Intel Processors Made in the Last Decade Might Have a Massive Security Flaw [Updated]

There’s small screwups and big screwups. Here is tremendously huge screwup: Virtually all Intel processors produced in the last decade have a major security hole that could allow “normal user programs—from database applications to JavaScript in web browsers—to discern to some extent the layout or contents of protected…

Watch How Blade Runner 2049's VFX Masters Created a Perfect Digital Double of Sean Young

Back in October, Entertainment Weekly revealed some of the secrets behind Blade Runner 2049's most startling cameo, Sean Young’s Rachael Replicant from the original 1982 film. But the VFX company who resurrected Rachael for the sequel has finally shared a fascinating and detailed breakdown of how it created the…