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What Happened to 'Scale,' The Game That Let You Shrink and Grow Everything?
In 2013, 'Scale' raised more than $100,000 on Kickstarter. Five years later, it's still not released. Why? Here's what we learned.
Deformed Fish, Rabbits With Two Genitals: Canada’s Largest National Park Is Falling Apart
A federal study found that out of 17 environmental indicators at Wood Buffalo National Park—the second-largest national park in the world—15 are declining.
Google's Attempt at Fixing Autoplay Videos Has Broken Countless Games
Given how many artists and creators have moved on from those games, it's possible they may be broken forever.
Reclaim the Golf Courses
The world after golfing is a greener, more accessible one.
Hong Kong’s Government Is Spending Billions Taking Land from the Sea
The scale of land reclamation in the semi-autonomous territory is revving up to unprecedented heights.
Teens Are Putting Off Drinking, Sex, and Other Grown-Up Stuff
In the past, kids couldn’t wait to get their driver’s licenses. Now? Not so much.
Cities Are Competing to Give Amazon the ‘Mother of All Civic Giveaways’
“Amazon has made securing public handouts a core part of its business strategy from the very beginning.”
Indian Politicians Are Cutting Off Power to People Who Poop Outside
In the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, people in villages without toilets could face a forced electricity blackout.
Millennials May Cheat on Their Partners Because They Are Freaking Out About Life
A new study explores how infidelity can be a means through which young adults try to navigate their own development—but also finds that this isn't always the case.
Canada’s Oil Sands Development Is Enabling This Jerk Bird
The brown-headed cowbird used to sit atop roaming bison, now it perches on oil equipment.
Computer Science Graduates Are Disappearing From Software Development
New devs are skipping college, according to a new Stack Overflow survey.
The Case for Letting Robots Make Our Clothes
I visited the garment factory workers who could lose their jobs to automation. But could robots also change their lives?