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Video: Future You, With Elise Hu

VIDEO: Move Objects With Your Mind? We're Getting There, With The Help Of An Armband

You know "the Force" that binds all things — the one that can let your mind move objects? The latest Future You video demos an armband that allows users to control objects with thoughts.

Reflections Stan Forebee
Starting Again Stan Forebee
Mesopelagic Transmissions Seas of Years
Bateau Lights At Sea

Runners make their way through Dallas during a half marathon in 2018. Texas has experienced massive population growth in the past decade, but officials there have decided not to spend any money or make statewide plans for the 2020 census. Tom Pennington/Getty Images for Rock 'N' Roll Marathon hide caption

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Some Fear Undercount As Texas Decides Not To Spend Money On 2020 Census

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Onsen Whale Fall
Julia, Train, Slow Down Whale Fall

The spacesuit Neil Armstrong wore on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago. Apollo 11 blasted off for the moon on July 16, 1969, and Armstrong took his famed "giant leap" five days later. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Of Little Details And Lunar Dust: Preserving Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 Spacesuit

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The Fall Solar Heavy
Oceans Solar Heavy
The Hologram / Binary Sunset London Symphony Orchestra
Imperial Attack London Symphony Orchestra

From Right: U.S. Reps. Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar at a press conference at the Capitol on Monday. President Trump has accused the "squad" of hating America and has said they should "go back" to where they came from. Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images hide caption

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'He Says Stupid Stuff': Amid Outrage, Trump Supporters Shrug Off Racist Language

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Lunamoth Pensees
Karine Pensees
Nobody Else Will be There The National
Empire Line The National
It's Obvious Chastity Belt

At a ceremony Monday at the White House, President Trump defended his racist tweets against Democratic lawmakers. The language used in that tweet has a long history connected with nativist political movements. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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'Go Back Where You Came From': The Long Rhetorical Roots Of Trump's Racist Tweets

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Wild Coast Oldtwig

Musicians walk on a crosswalk painted like a piano outside the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. Increasingly, urban designers and transportation planners say this kind of art — colorful crosswalks and engaging sidewalks — leads to safer intersections, stronger neighborhoods and better public health. Brett Dahlberg/WXXI hide caption

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Walking On Painted Keys: Creative Crosswalks Meet Government Resistance

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Heart and Soul Jacques Legrand
Jazz Influence Kondor
Autumn Leaves Brennan Villines

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