Photo Gallery: Photo Gallery: A Closer Look At Stealth | Aviation Week

Aviation Week’s State of Stealth series aims to deliver readers a comprehensive understanding of stealth and counterstealth technology. Much of that low-observable technology resides in shapes and materials that are evident in photographs of the F-117, B-2, F-22 and F-35. via Pocket
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Major next steps for fusion energy based on the spherical tokamak design | Princeton Plasma Physics Lab

Among the top puzzles in the development of fusion energy is the best shape for the magnetic facility — or “bottle” — that will provide the next steps in the development of fusion reactors. via Pocket
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Four Huge Myths About Intimate Relationships | RealClearScience

Popular culture perpetuates a lot of poor information about intimate relationships. The systematic disinformation can, and does, lead people astray, and not just into hilariously awkward situations (see almost any romantic comedy), but into genuine misery. via Pocket
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Restoring Germany’s Captured “Bat Wing” | History | Air & Space Magazine

The aircraft has always intrigued aviation fans. But after a 2009 National Geographic Channel special aired, touting the Horten Ho 229 V3 flying wing’s “stealthy” characteristics and claiming it was stored in “a secret government warehouse,” Internet forums went wild. via Pocket
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Forbes Welcome

You’ve heard the story before: the Universe began with the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago, and formed atoms, stars, galaxies, and eventually planets with the right ingredients for life. via Pocket
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Illusion of Choice: The Myth of Free Will | Psychology Today

Before we begin I want you to wink. Did you choose to wink your left or your right eye? Or did you choose at all? via Pocket
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‘X’ Marks the Spot Where Inequality Took Root: Dig Here | Economic Opportunity Institute

In 2002, I heard an economist characterizing this figure as containing a valuable economic insight. He wasn’t sure what the insight was. I have my own answer. The economist talked of the figure as a sort of treasure map, which would lead us to the insight. “X” marks the spot. Dig here. via Pocket
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Glenn Reynolds: Why we still don’t have flying cars

We used to get rockets to the Moon. Now we get Facebook. That’s the essence of a complaint, published in the MIT Technology Review, that technological progress is slowing down, and becoming less useful. The author, David Rotman, writes: via Pocket
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The Woman Who Cried Racism | LifeZette

Hillary Clinton’s speech in Reno, Nevada, on Thursday was an ill-informed screed against the alt-right intended to paint Donald Trump and his supporters as racist. via Pocket
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Yes, Students Do Learn More From Attractive Teachers – WSJ

How to help students do better in school? Maybe we should try hiring better-looking teachers. Or subsidize gym memberships and makeovers for the teachers we already have. via Pocket
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