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Why King Tut's DNA is fueling race wars
IO9 • 23 hours ago • 836 Shares
We've all heard stories of the miraculous tomb of King Tutankhamun, son of the rebel king Akhenaten who believed in monotheism. Trying to learn more, Egyptian scientists recently sequenced his DNA.
This image is why everyone's so excited about a NASA mission to Europa
IO9 • 8 hours ago • 759 Shares
And Shara's not the only one excited about a trip to Europa. Adam Steltzner, who led the team of engineers that landed NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars in August 2012, has talked openly about his desire to head up a similar robotic mission to Europa.
Oh my god why isn't this Michonne from The Walking Dead Barbie real
IO9 • 1 day ago • 273 Shares
If there were a divine creator who loved us and watched over us, this Michonne Barbie doll would be a real product I could buy right this instant. But instead it's a beautiful figure custom-made by Park Seoung and it taunts me with its perfection, forever out of my reach.
It takes 13 minutes to explain everything wrong with Indiana Jones 4
IO9 • 21 hours ago • 247 Shares
Hell, I'm surprised that CinemaSins managed to get their assessment of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in under 20. I figured they'd need to spend at least six minutes on Shia LeBoeuf turning into the King of the Monkeys alone.
Texans get set to kill thousands of rattlesnakes in annual festival
IO9 • 22 hours ago • 201 Shares
Thousands of snakes will be killed in the 56th Rattlesnake RoundUp this coming weekend in Sweetwater, Texas. Attractions include wild rattlesnakes which are sold, displayed, and killed for food, or to create animals products such as snakeskin.