Here are all the easter eggs that you might have missed in the new teaser for Stranger Things 4.
“I know what you’re thinking: Didn’t Stranger Things Season 3 just come out? Well, first of all, that was four months ago in July, and second, we don’t actually know when Season 4 is coming to Netflix. We just know it’s definitely happening thanks to a new 46-second teaser that’s loaded up plenty of clues and Easter eggs.”
Babu Frik from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is an adorable baby alien.
I’m one of those weird kids who loved the Ewoks growing up, and now, as an adult, I have both a Wicket and a porg (named Henry) on my bed. So, is it a surprise that the newest little alien I love with my whole heart is named Babu Frik, and the official Star Wars site released his picture today, and he has whiskers and long fingers and is just trying to do the best job that he can?
Scientists have uncovered new organic molecules coming off Saturn’s sun Enceladus.
“Scientists have discovered nitrogen- and oxygen- containing organic molecules in ice grains blown out by Saturn’s moon Enceladus, according to a new study. Gas giants Saturn and Jupiter are orbited by some moons that almost seem more like planets themselves. One such moon is Saturn’s Enceladus, an icy orb thought to contain a very deep subsurface water ocean beneath a thick icy crust. Finding organic molecules on Enceladus is exciting, since water plus energy plus organic molecules might be the ingredients for life.”
Will Smith’s action-adventure film Gemini Man lives up to its technological hype.
“You’ve seen Gemini Man before. What I mean is, the story of Gemini Man feels familiar because the two-decades-old script had been bouncing around Hollywood since before one of the original writers, David Benioff, had ever caught a whiff of Game of Thrones, and it still retains that air of confidence and simplicity. It feels like a classic action-adventure movie because, in part, it is — what makes it new is all the technology that finally managed to catch up with it.”
Here are the twenty most successful products that have appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank.
“Since premiering in 2009, Shark Tank has made a business out of making businesses. The highly-rated ABC series permits entrepreneurs to pitch their product ideas to a panel of potential investors that includes Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, “Queen of QVC” Lori Greiner, and acerbic Kevin O’Leary. Good products find encouragement and investment capital; questionable inventions face withering scorn and a long walk back to the dressing room.”
EA is offering a free month of Origin Access for players who use two-factor authentication.
“EA really wants Origin users to be more secure when using the service to play games on PC. So in an attempt to encourage such behavior, the publisher is offering a free month of Origin Access simply for turning on two-factor authentication.”