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Watch 40 Years of Icebergs Breaking off Antarctica

Iceberg mania briefly overtook the internet last month when NASA captured a rectangular freakberg. But icebergs are with us all the time, and there’s a new animation to help you celebrate them in all shapes and sizes.

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Alex Trebek doesn’t think Donald Trump would fare well on an episode of ‘Jeopardy!’


In a newly published interview with Jeopardy!’s Alex Trebek, Vulture’s David Marchese asked the game show’s long-time host how he thinks President Donald Trump would fare on the show. Naturally, Trebek wasn’t afraid to give his honest opinion.

“He might not agree that any of the correct responses are correct,” said Trebek, taking aim at the president’s frequent dismissal of facts

In the hours since the interview hit the internet on Monday morning, people have been zeroing in on Trebek’s dig, among a handful of other notable lines from the piece. Read more…

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Stan Lee dead at 95: Here’s a list of all the most important heroes he created
Today Stan Lee shuffled off this mortal coil and made his way to Valhalla – or wherever he believed he was headed. He was 95 years young – and rather than focusing on how he died or anything less important, we’re going to go right ahead and discuss the massive impact he had on our society. Stan Lee didn’t invent … Continue reading

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Two of the potential ‘Game of Thrones’ prequels are about the Targaryens


George RR Martin may not be writing any of the Game of Thrones prequel series, but he certainly has insider knowledge about the stories they’ll tell.

And he just spilled the beans on two of them.

While Martin had hinted on his blog that one of the not-yet-greenlit series has something to do with the Targaryens, he revealed in an interview with The Guardian that “at least two of them are solidly based on material in Fire and Blood. Those haven’t been greenlit yet.”

Fire and Blood is a canon history of the Targaryen conquest, which is what happened when Daenerys and Jon’s great-great-super-great grandparents rained, well…fire and blood on the continent of Westeros. Read more…

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Newly Revealed Letter Shows Einstein Feared Persecution Long Before Nazis Took Power

A decade before Adolf Hitler rose to power in Germany, famed physicist Albert Einstein was already sensing imminent peril for his country and his own welfare, as a newly discovered letter reveals.

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Netflix has six new animated films and series in the works
dims?resize=2000%2C2000%2Cshrink___PURIMAs Disney gears up for its own streaming service, Netflix is adding to its slate of family content, and it just revealed six new animated projects that are in the works. As Variety reports, the latest animated additions include two films and four ser…

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Navy Sailors Who Operated a Nuclear Reactor Busted for Allegedly Using and Selling LSD


A probe of U.S. Navy sailors accused of distributing and using LSD is expanding. At least two men who worked in the nuclear reactor department on the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier are reportedly facing a court-martial, and at least 12 others are said to be under investigation over the psychedelic drug.

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Jim Carrey weighs in on Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke in a spooky new drawing


Jim Carrey has drawn the dramatic face off between Beto O’Rourke and Ted Cruz ahead of the midterm elections, and it is (like most of his illustrations) a lot.

In another of his infamous political drawings, Carrey depicts Texas Democratic senate candidate Beto O’Rourke eviscerating his Republican opponent — a “vampire” Ted Cruz — with sunlight. Yes, you did read that correctly. 

Go Beto! Go Democrats! Vote like there’s no tomorrow. Let’s make this Tuesday like the end of every great vampire movie. Pull back the curtains and let the sunshine turn all those bloodsuckers to

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Rihanna wants Trump to please stop playing her music at his ‘tragic rallies’


It’s getting tougher for Trump’s playlist organizers, with the likes of Pharrell Williams to Axl Rose working to stop their music being played at his rallies.

R&B singer, diplomat, and icon Rihanna has caught wind of her songs being played at the president’s political events, and she too wants no involvement.

SEE ALSO: Axl Rose is not cool with Trump playing ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ at his rallies

Rihanna seemingly found out from Washington Post’s White House bureau chief Philip Rucker, who tweeted about hearing the artist’s 2008 track “Don’t Stop The Music” blared at a Trump rally in Chattanooga, as aides tossed free Trump t-shirts to the crowd. Read more…

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BoJack Horseman lives on with Netflix season 6 order

Some older Netflix original shows are reaching their end, perhaps the most beloved being Orange is the New Black. The spat of cancellations left some wondering whether Netflix’s first animated hit, BoJack Horseman, would survive and now we know the answer. The streaming company has officially ordered a sixth season for the show. BoJack Horseman, an animated series about a … Continue reading

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