In a constantly expanding universe, what would the end look like? As the universe expands, it expands faster — faster than the speed of light. Which means actually getting there might be impossible, even if the technical limitations were overcome. So there's a good chance that we'll probably never know.
You've probably never heard of R. Stevie Moore. But based on the sheer amount of his recordings, you probably should have. Moore has made over 400 records and was a pioneer of the lo-fi recording aesthetic. With a 4,000 song catalog, it would be hard to listen to everything Moore has done.
Aluminum-based antiperspirants can cause all kinds of health problems while natural deodorants like this one leave out the aluminum and contain ingredients that are actually good for you. And the herbal blend of Lavender, Sage, and Rosemary essential oils smells great and neutralizes odors. Jojoba oil is also part of the mix, a natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory that's easy on sensitive underarm skin.
There aren't many shoes that are versatile enough for a formal occasion but also look great with a pair of jeans. But The Newton is up for both occasions and plenty in-between. Each pair is Goodyear welted for flexibility and maximum durability and they're lined with leather for increased breathability, and have a comfortable footbed and a leather outsole that's built to stand the test of time. And even when that outsole wears thin, they can be easily re-soled by a repair service -- extending the life of your favorite pair. Available in black and oak leather.
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There are two kinds of Star Wars fans — those who love the movies and those who build a full-size replica of the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon. Greg Dietrich, Jake Polatty, and a group of fans from as far away as England have spent the last six years building this perfect replica, complete with all the sounds, switches, displays, and levers that were in the original.
Google celebrates French illusionist and film director Georges Méliès with their latest Doodle. A cinematic pioneer, Méliès was influential in the development of movie special effects. As a tribute to his trailblazing spirit, the company made a little magic of their own by dropping their first-ever VR Google Doodle on the anniversary of his film À la conquête du pôle (The Conquest of the Pole).