What is a muon? Meet the subatomic particle that might be breaking the rules of physics

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A group of scientists has revealed a finding that has the potential to unravel our understanding of the universe. On Wednesday, a group of scientists revealed a finding that has the potential to unravel our understanding of the universe. A tiny, subatomic particle called the muon appears to be breaking the laws of physics as we know them. The question is: How? And why? Read Full Story

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Netflix has revealed its 10 most popular original movies for the first time ever

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We also now have a good idea what the winning formula is for original content: be an action/thriller with a big-name star. Netflix, like many streaming services, has long been cagey about revealing specifics about its content. While Netflix and other streaming services will boast about their subscriber numbers, they generally keep information about what their subscribers are watching closer to their chest. Read Full Story

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The coronavirus will reshape how we build offices—and where we build community

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If you’re working from home most of the time, will you still develop friendships with your coworkers? Like many Americans, while many parts of sheltering in place have been difficult, I have enjoyed not seeing my colleagues as often during the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies see this, too: Many are starting to wonder why they pay so much rent for space that this crisis has revealed might not be necessary. Read Full Story

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HBO’s ‘We’re Here’ brings drag to small towns—and life-changing experiences to locals

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Drag stars Shangela, Eureka O’Hara, and Bob the Drag Queen lead the charge in the fabulous, full-hearted ‘We’re Here.’ We talked with the creators and stars about putting it together. The final touch in prepping for a drag performance, if not necessarily the pièce de résistance, is the tuck. It’s an anatomical concealment that helps reveal these performers’ true selves. Read Full Story

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What Milton Glaser reveals about the absurdity of rational design

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Designers have become too reliant on focus groups and previous successes, rather than drawing inspiration from the world around them. Today, design is more integrated into the world than ever before. Our profession is ubiquitous, permeating industries, companies, and organizations. This is a great thing for designers—we are needed! We are wanted. We are valued. And the world is benefitting. However, we have to ask ourselves about the unintended consequences of our work. What does it mean for us, as designers, who are often asked to create something new, but always reference what has been done before? What does that mean for how we think and what we make? Read Full Story

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