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- How I Hacked An Electronic Voting Machine
- Scientist Wants To Fly A Blimp Over Mountains To Search For Bigfoot
- Why Can’t We Vote By Email Or Text?
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- Archive Gallery: The Science Of Elections
- Did Your Team Win Monday Night Football? And 9 Other Weird Questions That Reveal How You’ll Vote Today
- Thank You, Bravo, For ‘Start-Ups: Silicon Valley’ [Review]
- Dear President Obama: Congratulations! But We Need To Talk.
- Why Do Computer Scientists Want Election Day To Drag On For A Full Week?
- Why Can’t We Stop A Hurricane Before It Hits Us?
- This Is Why Nobody Will Use Credit Cards In A Few Years
- BeerSci: How To Make Beer Foamier
- How The Evil Tech In James Bond Films Evolved Alongside Real-World Fears
- How The Science Of Tribology Could Smooth The Way To A Better Energy System
- 8 Of Stanley Kubrick’s Greatest Technological Innovations
- Your Scrambled Eggs Are Wrong, And Other Cooking Science Lessons From America’s Test Kitchen