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  1. Things We Saw Today: Here’s What #BlizzardOf2015 Looked Like From Space

    Ooooh, stormy.

    Regardless of how much or how little snowfall your state got, you must admit—seeing the pictures from NASA of this week's snow storm are pretty rad. (via ABC News)

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  2. Interview: Atari: Game Over Director Zak Penn On Video Games, Movie Adaptations, and Pacific Rim 2

    On February 2nd, Atari: Game Over, which documents the quest to find Atari E.T. cartridges that were buried in the New Mexico desert over 30 years ago, will be available on VOD. Our review will be up tomorrow, but in the meantime we had the chance to talk with director Zak Penn about the project, as well as some other irons he has in the fire. If you've ever thought of going into screenwriting, he has some really great tips for you all.

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  3. Holy Crap, Netflix’s Jessica Jones Just Cast Someone As Hellcat

    YOOOOOO

    Well, this is a surprise.

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  4. Soon You’ll Be Able To Buy (and Repeatedly Break) The Avengers’ Helicarrier in LEGO Form

    It even comes with female minifigs!

    It's been rumored for a while in to LEGO fandom (that's a thing, right?), but now it's finally official: the LEGO Avengers are getting a SHIELD helicarrier, just in time for it to probably get blown to smithereens again in another movie when Age of Ultron comes out. Hooray!

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  5. Bill Nye Talks About Wormholes, Time Travel, and Paradoxes With VSauce

    Science!!

    Time is an illusion, lunch time doubly so. That's why Jake from VSauce3 figured it would be a good idea to explain just what makes your average time travel paradox tick, by enlisting the help of our favorite Science Guy himself. You know, right up until he accidentally time travels him out of existence, maybe. Who were we talking about again?

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  6. Supergirl Casts True Blood‘s Mehcad Brooks As Jimmy Olsen

    Hell yeah diverse casting!

    My exact thought process this morning upon seeing The Hollywood Reporter's recent Supergirl headline: "Ugh, I guess they have a Jimmy Olsen now but like, whatever, he's such a milquetoast plot device so who cares—wait, who did they cast?? OH MY GOD IT'S EGGS YOU GUYS, IT'S EGGS, NEVER MIND I'M SO ON BOARD NOW."

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  7. Hey Girl: Study Suggests Men Are More Open to Feminism When Learning It From Ryan Gosling

    "Gender is a social construct, but everyone likes to cuddle."

    If earlier today you had told me that a meme might be responsibly for influencing the opinions of people on the Internet, I'd have been really super worried about the world. Luckily, we're talking about Feminist Ryan Gosling and not Scumbag Steve or Insanity Wolf. Thank God.

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  8. Here’s Your First Look At The “Women of Marvel” Variant Covers Coming This March

    Yay talented ladies!

    Despite the fact that DC Comics and Marvel are slowly, sloooowly geting better when it comes featuring different types of gender, racial, and body diversity in their books, the behind-the-scenes ratio of male to female comic creators leaves something to be desired. So it's cool to see that in March, Marvel will be doing a special variant cover event to highlight their pool of female artists. But is it enough?

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  9. It Gets Weirder: Turns Out That DOMino’s Pizza Ad Wasn’t “Authorized”

    Someone's going to get a spanking for this.

    Jill would like you all to know that when she first saw this tweet, she thought Domino's was doubling down and making a badly worded joke about dom-style punishment. Turns out, that's not really their thing after all!

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  10. How League of Legends Uses Colors To Affect Players’ Behavior

    Everything is science if you look deep enough.

    Even if you've never launched your own summoner into battle for another team's nexus, you've probably heard about Riot Games' constant efforts to make League of Legends a more civil and welcoming space for its players, using such tools as rewards for good behavior, temporary bans for bad behavior, and more. A whole lot more. Like, stuff you could write a psychology dissertation on, more.

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