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Study: modern masters like Jackson Pollock were “intuitive physicists”

Collective Suicide (1936), by Mexican muralist David A. Siqueiros, is an example of the “accidental painting” technique developed by the artist.’> Enlarge / Collective Suicide (1936), by Mexican muralist David A. Siqueiros, is an example of the “accidental painting” technique developed by the artist. (credit: A. Aviram/MOMA, New York, via R. Zenit) There’s rarely time …

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Our favorite (and least favorite) tech of 2018

Enlarge / The Apple Watch series 4. (credit: Valentina Palladino) Farewell, 2018. You brought us Facebook scandal after Facebook scandal, vastly more devices with Alexa and Google Assistant than anyone needs, a nosedive for net neutrality, endless political and regulatory challenges for Chinese smartphone makers, and oh so many notch-equipped smartphones. We’re ready for about …

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Was Released From the Hospital on Christmas Day

The Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On The Basis Of Sex wasn’t the only RBG-related release on Christmas Day. “Justice Ginsburg was discharged from the hospital yesterday and is recuperating at home,” Supreme Court spokesperson Kathy Arberg wrote in an email to reporters Wednesday, CNN reports. Ginsburg, 85, left Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital in New York …

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Tesla’s Market Potential Looks ‘Very Strong’ in 2019, Analyst Says

Tesla is expecting a “very strong” 2019, according to an analyst who said the electric car company’s Model 3 continues in high demand, CNBC reported. Dan Ives, an analyst at Wedbush Securities, said strong Model 3 sales should in the near future reduce Tesla’s need to raise capital, which has been an ongoing issue since …

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U.S. Retailers Had a Very Merry Christmas, According to Early Sales Data

The big gift box under the retail industry’s Christmas tree was full–of cash, according to early data. U.S. retail sales were up this year 5.1% to more than $850 billion, according to Mastercard SpendingPulse, a report from the payment card vendor that looks at consumer purchases from December 1 through 24. It was the strongest …

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