To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Lara Jean discovers her secret letters have been mailed to her crushes. As if high school wasn’t already hard enough, now everyone knows who she likes! She tries to deal with her crushes and their significant others, and all the drama that comes from her revelations. … [Read more...] about The 10 Best Netflix Original Movies to Stream (May 2020)
Margaret Murray (1863-1963)British archaeologist and scholar Margaret Murray emerged in the late 19th century as a formidable figure in the developing specialty of Egyptology. In 1899 she became the first female lecturer in archaeology in the U.K., teaching at the University College London, and she led excavations in Malta, Menorca and Palestine, according to a study published in 2013 in the journal Archaeology International. Murray also collaborated with and mentored other women archaeologists, and she supported the civil actions of the suffragette movement in the U.K. — in a passage from her autobiography, "My First One Hundred Years" (William Kimber, 1963), Murray recounted that "young males, even though brilliantly clever, should not pit their wits against an organisation [sic] run by women." … [Read more...] about Move Over, ‘Tomb Raider’: Here Are 11 Pioneering Women Archaeologists
10 exoplanets that could host alien lifeChina's huge, alien-hunting radio telescope is finishing its testing phaseTo find intelligent alien life, humans may need to start thinking like an extraterrestrialLeonard David is the author of the book "Moon Rush: The New Space Race," published by National Geographic in May 2019. A longtime writer for Space.com, David has been reporting on the space industry for more than five decades. Follow us on Twitter @Spacedotcom and on Facebook. … [Read more...] about Ready, SETI, go: Is there a race to contact E.T.?
To test the idea, the researchers mixed synthetic urea powder with lunar regolith simulant to make cylindrical structures the size of a fist and let them dry under a weight. They then simulated using the material in a 3D printer by extruding it in layers through a syringe. They compared the results with conventional geopolymers. “It performed quite well,” says Anna-Lena Kjøniksen, a materials scientist at Østfold University College and coauthor of the study. “It seemed to give the best overall results, especially when it came to avoiding crack formation.” … [Read more...] about On the Moon, astronaut pee will be a hot commodity
All of this assumes that this round of Nintendo account hijackers either harvested usernames and their matching passwords (which is bad) or found a way to log in to users' accounts without any passwords attached (which is much worse). The potential harm only gets worse if the leak includes payment credentials or home addresses and phone numbers—but we're still waiting to hear whether those leaked. Update, April 21: Hours after the company's European arm issued a statement to Eurogamer, formally asking all of its users to turn on 2FA, a Nintendo of America representative offered a nearly identical statement to Ars Technica: … [Read more...] about 160,000 Nintendo accounts were compromised—including one of ours [Updated]