RDR2, however, looks even better as it's a much newer game, though its ol' western setting and style might not be to everyone's tastes. Thankfully, the barrier to exploring its gorgeous open-world has now been lowered to just $5 temporarily following Rockstar's decision to release Red Dead's multiplayer mode as a separate game. … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2 screenshot gets mistaken for the real outdoors in news segment
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But humans don't have nearly as fine-turned a sense of smell as felines. (And we're unlikely to appreciate a cat spraying urine all over a new sofa.) So, cats communicate with their humans in the way that is most likely to get them what they want: by meowing. "They're manipulative," Wright said. "Vocal communication becomes a tool." … [Read more...] about Why do cats meow?
As I was working from a Surface Book 3, the adapter's maximum 1080p resolution meant it was better to extend a display to the TV, rather than mirroring it. I quickly learned to log into a web conferencing app on my PC's screen and then drag it across to the TV, using it as a secondary monitor. You can give the adapter a friendly name and add password protection to stop just anyone taking over your TV. … [Read more...] about Working from home: Making those Zoom calls and Microsoft Teams meetings a bit more comfortable
Small freshwater sharks aren't the only ancient sharks that hatched in nurseries. In 2010, researchers reported in the journal PLoS ONE that they'd found a trove of baby megalodon teeth suggestive of a nursery. These saltwater sharks, which lived between 17 million and 2 million years ago, could grow to more than 52 feet (16 meters) long. … [Read more...] about Ancient Eggs and Tiny Teeth Reveal Oldest Shark Nursery
One approach: pulsar timing arrays. Space is full of whirling neutron stars known as pulsars that send flashes of energy toward Earth as they spin. Pulsars are like precise, predictable ticking clocks in the sky, but their signals can get distorted by gravitational waves. A secondary gravitational wave passing between Earth and a pulsar would warp space-time, causing the pulsar's tick to arrive a bit early or late in ways a pulsar timing array could detect. … [Read more...] about Swarms of ‘primordial’ black holes might fill our universe