Batteries not required.
It’s all thanks to the Ebbinghaus illusion.
They entertained you for entire minutes at the dentist’s office.
This optical illusion serves a purpose.
Here's how much gas, coal, oil, wind, solar, water, or nuclear fuel is required.
It's enough to power a coffeemaker or boil 2.2 gallons of water.
Dynamite with a laser beam.
The cables that keep information flowing through the Big Apple are undergoing a transformation, from aging copper to strong and fast fiber.
And computer scientists are trying to stop them.
You don't need to be The Mountain from Game of Thrones to start moving mass.
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