|Jake Bugg shocked by how 'supportive' electronic world is compared to guitar world|
Added: 27.01.2020 11:39 | 3 views | 0 comments
The 'Two Fingers' singer decided to try a different genre with his new music - namely in a collaboration with dance duo Camelphat’s 'Be Someone'
|House in La Murta / Gradolí & Sanz|
Added: 27.01.2020 2:00 | 2 views | 0 comments
Reconstruction of a country house in the Murta Valley. The house is located on a gentle slope of orange tree terraces facing north and the banks of the X&uóquer River. The entrance is through a staircase and a large garden terrace raised above the ground, leaving the construction structured by a transverse axis that, from the access and the exterior terrace, crosses the house and reaches the interior garden courtyard.
|Scanning system in sperm may control rate of human evolution|
Added: 26.01.2020 22:18 | 21 views | 0 comments
Maturing sperm cells turn on most of their genes, not to follow their genetic instructions like normal, but instead to repair DNA before passing it to the next generation, a new study finds.
|Zola, a Stripper Saga Based on a 148-Tweet Thread, Premieres at Sundance|
Added: 26.01.2020 19:10 | 3 views | 0 comments
Aziah “Zola” King herself was on hand to introduce the film to a gently stoned audience in Utah.
|Making a hit pop song|
Added: 26.01.2020 15:03 | 6 views | 0 comments
What goes into creating a hit song? Are there formulas or tricks that will help you craft the next #1 smash? David Pogue talks with Neil Sedaka, Ashford & Simpson's Valerie Simpson, and author John Seabrook ("The Song Machine") about the genius of pop songs, and then collaborates with producer Oak Felder on a song that undoubtedly will be the Next Big Hit.
|Understanding the underlying mechanisms that lead to psoriasis|
Added: 25.01.2020 19:20 | 3 views | 0 comments
Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition that affects some 125 million people worldwide. It is characterized by itchy, scaly skin plaques. The exact cause of psoriasis is unclear. But mounting evidence implicates the immune system in the overproduction of cell-signalling molecules called cytokines, which stimulate skin cells called keratinocytes to express genes that maintain an inflammatory microenvironment. Now, scientists have found more evidence that a cytokine called IL-17A is especially critical in this process.
|Games Have a Grind Problem|
Added: 25.01.2020 17:35 | 1 views | 0 comments
Regardless of whether or not it suits a genre, developers and publishers alike are putting it in there as a tool to keep fans playing and even bore them into engaging with their MTX. As Mortal Kombat 11 has shown, even a titan of the fighter-genre isnt immune to their appeal. Its good that fans called them out on it this time, but we cant expect them to exercise some restraint until we do so ourselves. If you dont want to see even more ridiculous grind in games it doesnt belong in, then please dont buy the MTX theyre pushing. Its the only way theyll learn and the only way we can end unnecessary grind.
|OMEN Obelisk (875-1040st) Desktop Computer with 9th Gen Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD - $1119.99|
Added: 25.01.2020 16:10 | 17 views | 0 comments
This OMEN Obelisk (875-1040st) Desktop Computer features 9th generation Intel Core i5-9600K processor, 8GB memory, 1TB HDD storage and NVIDIA GeForce ...
|Matchbox houses / Avanto Architects|
Added: 25.01.2020 13:00 | 2 views | 0 comments
The gently sloping plot is located near the sea and bordered to the north by the street. The surrounding buildings represent the architecture of single-family houses of different eras. The challenge was to solve two detached houses in place of one demolished house so that the buildings would naturally sit on the plot, providing both houses with privacy and the best views. At the same time, comfortable outdoor areas should be created. Old stone fences, rocks, and pines gave the site a temporal perspective. The commissioners gave free rein to the architecture but wished for a beautiful and durable whole.
|'Star Trek: Picard' isn't warm and fuzzy. But Patrick Stewart's still got it.|
Added: 24.01.2020 22:31 | 24 views | 0 comments
This is less a “Star Trek” for the Trump era and more a wholesale reconceptualizing of “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry’s world through a prism of modern realism.