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(BBC-US)   Scientists are trying to create deflector shields to protect astronauts from exposure to radiation on long missions. Jeez, why don't they just reconfigure the anti-matter array. Duh   (bbc.com) divider line 2
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2013-04-26 09:46:58 AM
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malle-herbert: Shielding from radiation with water :

http://what-if.xkcd.com/29/


Radiation + H20 = H202
I would be more worried about swimming in hydrogen peroxide
2013-04-26 08:01:50 AM
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I Ate Shergar: Once again I am unable to read what sounds like a really interesting story because bbc.com is blocked in the country represented by the first "B". For fark's sake, BBC, you let everyone else read news stories on bbc.co.uk, and they're not even paying the licence fee. WHAT THE HELL IS YOUR PROBLEM?!


It is pretty strange - I would have no problem with their self funding (in theory) international section showing adverts to British IPs as they do to everyone else, having it just a blackout zone just seems weird and annoying.
 
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