Welcome to the fourth and final night of the 2016 Republican National Convention. And folks, we’ve got a special treat for you tonight: Brilliant billionaire and all around great guy Peter Thiel
You’re finally getting out of your house to catch Pokémon, but do you have some sweet tunes to jam out to on the road? Well, now you do. And they’re all packed with just as much Pokénostalgia as the game itself.
Good news! Dreamworks and Netflix’s updated take on Voltron isn’t just coming back, it’s coming back even sooner than we expected: Season two will begin in late 2016.
If you still enjoy reading non-digital magazines, you probably know they can become a clutter nuisance if left unattended. The beautiful photos, glossy pages, and book-like form makes it easier to get attached to them. These tips will help you prune your collection, while saving the stuff you love.
Roger Ailes, the founder and CEO of Fox News, is resigning from the network
When Elon Musk finally emerged from pulling his small-amounts-of-crack-fueled all-nighter and finally delivered his new Master Plan Part II
Antarctica isn’t exactly a place I want to know more about. I mean, it’s cold, it’s dark, and it’s probably not meant for human life. Turns out, as always, I’m wrong. The history of Antarctica is fascinating. Kyle Sullivan weaves a really entertaining video (that’s so much better than any school lecture) about the origins of Antarctica, starting with the warm supercontinent Gondwana, where west Antarctica spent time in the Northern Hemisphere and east Antarctica hung out in the tropics. What we know as Antarctica today used to be a really hot place.