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This Startup Wants To Launch A Man-Made Meteor Shower For The 2020 Olympics

A Japanese company is trying to create an extravagant display for the next Summer Games in Tokyo

Luxury Creator's Project: Animation Shows How Particles Move Around The Earth

NASA has released an video that shows how the tiny bits move around the planet and affect the climate.

Advertising 11 Stories You Need To Know Today

A nearby planet made of diamonds, The Rolling Stones go on their 50th anniversary tour and a Google search of 'completely wrong' brings up Mitt Romney pictures...Links to start your day with.

Study: Mars Has More Room for Life Than Earth [Headlines]

The red planet might have more habitable space than the world we live in, a new study says.

Retail PSFK Picks: Top Five Apps Of The Week

A roundup of the latest, most fascinating apps we've learned about this past week.

Technology National Geographic's New App Aims To Understand World Population

"7 Billion" app explores the trends and effects of a growing population in light of diminishing resources and a world climate that is deteriorating.

Work Current Population Growth Is Costing Us The Earth [Headlines]

Our population is rising while our ability to sustain life on Earth is shrinking – we must change before nature does it for us.

Design Ed Cotton: Upcycling Is Logical

As the earth runs out of natural resources, the price of basic commodities will increase and making it necessary for us to upcycle.

Innovation New Geo-Cosmos At Tokyo's Museum Of Emerging Science And Innovation

The new 20-foot Geo-Cosmos is the largest of its kind in the world and reflects Earth as seen from space.

Technology FuturICT Hopes to Model the World With "Living Earth Simulator"

An ambitious project aims to gather the world's knowledge & data streams to drive a single, real-time global model of our planet.

Technology Breathing Earth: Visualizing Our Carbon Footprint

An interactive real-time web simulation visualizes humankind's environmental impact.

Super-Earth Discovered by Astronomers

Astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics have discovered a planet mostly made out of water 40 light years away.