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ICYMI: Pollution sea vacuum, SpaceX's success and more

The passive-aggressive tweets make it so much better.
Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
December 29, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: SpaceX successfully landed its reusable rocket, from a height of 125 miles-- then Elon Musk and Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos traded Twitter jabs for our entertainment. Scientists from Cambridge University found that oil droplets change into artificial shapes like octagons when frozen in soapy water, then return to their normal shape when heated. And a nearly $4,000 gadget for sailors aims to clean up the dirty marinas where debris and oil spills often mar the seafaring beauty.

Your jock friends will enjoy this tennis racket hacked to sound like Maria Sharapova does when she plays. If only the thing could make you talented too.

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