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    The first colonists arriving on Mars will have to be hardy and prepared for a difficult, cramped environment and lots of hard work, warns SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. Speaking to Chris Anderson, head of TED conferences, Musk said it won't be for the faint of heart, and in the beginning at least 'will not be luxurious'. The world's richest man has been vocal about his goal of making humanity a multiplanetary species, including developing rockets to colonize Mars by 2050.  He hasn't said a lot on exactly what will be involved, beyond work to build the massive Starship rockets, and a goal of sending the first humans this decade.  Life 'will be dangerous, cramped, difficult, hard work,' Musk told Anderson, adding that 'it will be dangerous, cramped, difficult, hard work,' for the first visitors. Musk estimates a one way ticket to the Red Planet will cost the first generation of colonists $100,000, which he describes as 'relatively affordable for most people'.  Speaking to Chris Anderson, head of TED conferences, Musk said it won't be for the faint of heart, and...
    The reviews are in: “[S]o aimless it threatens your sanity” declares The Guardian. “A mesmerizing feast for the eyes,” reports Salon. ”Isn’t something we needed;” pronounces NBC news. “An addictive look at who the Beatles were,” according to Variety. Depending on your perspective, Get Back, the new eight-hour opus of director Peter Jackson (released this weekend in three consecutive segments on Disney+), chronicling what ultimately became known as the “Let it Be” sessions that preceded the break-up of what is widely regarded as the most influential band of all time, may be the most fascinating portrait of The Beatles you’ve ever seen. Or it may be a dreadfully tedious experience leaving you wondering how you could possibly have better spent one half of a waking day. As a lifelong fan of The Beatles, I opt for the former interpretation, but I can relate to those left numb and flummoxed by this mammoth project, which essentially boils down to a microscopic examination of The Beatles’ creative process.  Your attention to this sprawling, repetitive, and comprehensive exploration depends on how much you have invested in The...
    The reviews are in: “[S]o aimless it threatens your sanity” declares The Guardian. “A mesmerizing feast for the eyes,” reports Salon; ”Isn’t something we needed;” pronounces NBC news; “An addictive look at who the Beatles were,”according to Variety. Depending on your perspective, Get Back, the new 8-hour opus of director Peter Jackson (released this weekend in three consecutive segments on Disney+), chronicling what ultimately became known as the “Let it Be” sessions that preceded the break-up of what is widely regarded as the most influential band of all time, may be the most fascinating portrait of the Beatles you’ve ever seen. Or, it may be a dreadfully tedious experience leaving you wondering how you could possibly have better spent one half of a waking day. As a lifelong fan of the Beatles I opt for the former interpretation, but I can relate to those left numb and flummoxed by this mammoth project, which essentially boils down to a microscopic examination of the Beatles’ creative process. Your attention to this sprawling, repetitive and comprehensive exploration depends on how much you have...
    Ban on Soul Cap spotlights lack of diversity in swimming End of eviction moratorium, extreme heat, Olympic stars: 5 things to know this weekend After a three-race performance on Saturday that included another gold medal, the U.S. swimmer has two more medals on the line Sunday. TOKYO — Caeleb Dressel has been known to flex his unparalleled athleticism around the pool, but he’s notably scaled back some of his trademark rituals this week. No vertical leaps behind the starting blocks. No vaulting himself out of the water and onto the deck, landing on his feet. If the world’s fastest swimmer and his full sleeve of tattoos can be understated, Dressel has done it. “Trying to conserve as much energy as I can,” the American sprint sensation explained Friday. “I haven’t even jumped out of the pool yet; I’ve been taking the ladder. Every time I can get a little edge, I’ll take it.” Dressel was conserving energy for days like Saturday, when the physical investment was going to be at its highest. Across an ambitious 110 minutes that...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — After a slumber when the San Francisco Bay Area was in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate sales were heating up to a feverish pitch with homes in San Jose and Oakland selling in less than two weeks, according to real estate leader Redfin. The real estate resurgence has been slowly building for several months as COVID-19 restrictions have eased, new cases have dropped and the percentage of local residents fully vaccinated has skyrocketed. READ MORE: VIDEO: Space X Launch Lights Up Pre-Dawn Sky; Crew Headed Toward Space Station Offices have begun to reopen to employees who have been working remotely for more than a year. Restaurants are filling up again and there is a new buzz settling over the region. Veteran Oakland real estate agent Katy Polvorosa told the East Bay Times not only are homes selling quickly, the deals are being closed after intense bidding wars over the properties. “I’ve lost out so many times,” Polvorosa told the paper. “It’s really not for the faint of heart right now.” While the...
    When we talk about fighters with classic knockout style finishes combined with deadly power, Derrick Lewis aka “The Black Beast” is on top of the list. The heavyweight contender who recently fought against Curtis Blaydes in UFC Vegas 19, put in an extraordinary performance even though Blaydes established his ascendency over him in the opening five minutes. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 20: (L-R) Derrick Lewis punches Curtis Blaydes in a heavyweight bout during the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on February 20, 2021, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC) His finish earned him plaudits and the who’s who of MMA praised him for tying the UFC’s all-time KO record. One such name was UFC commentator, Joe Rogan. The MMA color commentator, who witnessed this nasty knockout, congratulated the latter on Instagram and said, “If you haven’t seen his ferocious victory last night, it’s not for the faint of heart.” The finish at the UFC Apex helped Lewis tie Vitor Belfort’s record at 12. It was just one of the latest in a series of...
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    Anitta it never stops causing fury and throbbing. The Brazilian singer shared a series of little-known photos from her controversial photoshoot for V Magazine. In the postcards, the famous curvy is seen naked and strategically covered in her privacy. Even Miley Cyrus reacted to those photos. As if that were not enough, Anitta showed off her anatomy in lingerie that leaves her breathless. The famous singer of the urban genre has not only conquered Latin America with her talent, she is also a beauty without equal. Keep reading
    Tesla on Track for Swift Berlin Plant Completion, Minister Says Sony Vision-S Prototype Moves from CES Stage to On-Road Testing in Tokyo Hate Cleaning The Toilet? Never Scrub Another Toilet Again Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Beat The Heat With This $89 Mini AC Unit Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © Getty Images If you love all things Halloween, you may be Googling "ghost tours near me" for a scare this fall. Here, we've rounded up the all-time best ghost tours scattered all over the country. Our goal is to help you befriend spirits, get the creepy-crawlies, and most importantly, learn a few scary ghost stories you won't soon forget. After...
    Guests will listen to a horror story as zombies and ghosts swarm their car. Kowagarasetai A horror production company created a drive-thru haunted house in Toyko, Japan. Zombies, ghosts, and other creatures will scare guests as a ghost story plays through the car's speakers.  Currently, the event is slated for two days, but the production company is considering more dates and times due to the overwhelming response.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Scream all you want from the confines of your car at Japan's first drive-thru haunted house. The haunted house is located in a giant garage in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Guests will play a ghost story from the car's radio while zombies, ghosts, and other creatures spook the riders.  Drive-thrus and drive-ins have experienced a recent rise as they've become a successful way to deliver entertainment in a safe way. Everything from art exhibits to strip clubs has found success in a drive-thru approach. Now, the production company Kowagarasetai is taking the same model and applying it to a haunted house. Although the event is considered...
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