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Sun September 06, 2009
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(MSNBC)
 
 
 
1 in 5 fewer may get....erm, less because of...something
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(MSNBC)
 
 
 
1 in 5 fewer may get....erm, less because of...something
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(NewsOK)
 
 
 
New game lets you advance through the ranks of Starfleet, win "medals" to unlock more episodes. Fark: It's a slot machine
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Adding plants to classrooms found to increase satisfaction among university students while giving liberal arts majors an intellectual equal to talk to
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Why Carl Sagan is considered a good atheist: he was polite and reasonable, unlike today's generation of screaming, spittle-flecked zealots who are all but indistinguishable from the fundamentalists they rage against
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(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Milky Way may have a huge hidden neighbour but some scientist snickers
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(The Straight Dope)
 
 
 
"If you have type O blood, to a mosquito you look like caramel-covered crack."
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(LA Times)
 
 
 
Those gold medals on bottles of wine? They're meaningless. Here comes the *hic* science
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
"Researchers have found that virtually half of all men first look at a woman's breasts, one third of so-called 'first fixations' are on the waist and hips, and fewer than 20 percent of men look at a woman's face first"
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Sat September 05, 2009
(ABC News)
 
 
 
Christian couples increasingly giving sharing passwords to all their online accounts so they stay faithful. "You get to the point where openness and daylight in a union becomes more critical than having your corner of privacy"
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(UPI)
 
 
 
Twitter opera to make limited London debut. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go kill myself
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
N.J. Burger King tests drive-through speed bump that generates power for the store
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(LA Times)
 
 
 
Close study of the sediment timeline shows that increased ice melt coincides with the birth of the Industrial Age. It's strong evidence that global warming is man's work, researchers say
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(Kotaku)
 
 
 
Mechwarrior copyright holders being sued by Robotech copyright holders, because fast flying sissy mechs are so similar to slow walking manly steel mechs
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Britain invaded by moths that think they're hummingbirds. And they're actually kinda cool-looking little fellas (pics)
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Sorry Johnny with terminal cancer, The X-Box live community has decided your hospital isn't good enough
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Fri September 04, 2009
(Washington University in St. Louis)
 
 
 
Chimpanzees develop tool kits, still need pants before developing plumber's butt
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(National Geographic)
 
 
 
New genetic study supports theory that wolves were first domesticated in China to be a food source
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(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Step one: Irradiate a bunch of zinc. Step 2: ??? Step three: Behold, for I have created life! Here comes the science
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(Wall Street Journal)
 
 
 
Q just developed a better Google for Mi6
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(ABC News)
 
 
 
Airbus plans to replace black boxes with real time data thereby answering future questions of whether the poorly designed frame fell apart mid-air or if the rudder snapped in mid-flight
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(NASA)
 
 
 
Why are there so few sunspots lately? Maybe because the sun is running out of gauss
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
Why people sometimes go blind sudde
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Humans found to have started drinking milk 7,500 years ago, then stopped 7,499 years ago when some guy figured out how to make beer
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
The Kepler telescope may find not only habitable planets around other stars, but habitable moons around those planets. Next up, developing a way to see the fierce warrior teddy bears on those moons
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(The Register)
 
 
 
If you're the person who accidentally introduced a virus into Ealing council's computer systems, the 1800 people whose parking fines have been cancelled would like very much to buy you a beer
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(NPR)
 
 
 
In the future, science could erase all your memories of trying to get a date for the prom
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
50 things that are being killed by the internet - No. 1: "The art of polite disagreement"
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
New 'brain gel' could be injected into your head to help heal brain injuries as well as provide artificial food for zombies
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(Cracked)
 
 
 
The 6 most frequently quoted bullshiat animal facts, subby calls shenanigoats
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(BBC)
 
 
 
On this week's episode, Gilligan uses coconuts to sequester carbon. Still no rescue
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
"A study has revealed that men who spend just a few minutes in the company of an attractive female perform less well in tests designed to measure brain function"
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Someone with way too much time on his hands manages to get Ubuntu on his Kindle
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(Offshore Breeze)
 
 
 
College professor criticizes LA TV weatherman for choice of words, inaccuracies. Response is a restraining order. Facepalm: Continues harassment; is arrested. Says God called her to do so. And she's not a meteorology professor
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Thu September 03, 2009
(Wired)
 
 
 
Electric El Camino can hit 85 mph, goes 130 miles on a charge, and costs a penny a mile to operate. Suck it Prius
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(Wired)
 
 
 
If this solar event that happened 150 years ago today happens 150 seconds from now, it would cause a complete collapse of human civilization
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(MIT Technology Review)
 
 
 
"A computer made entirely of sodium acetate, known as hot ice, solves mazes and other problems. It also also occasionally hangs"
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(Labspaces.net)
 
 
 
Researchers use YouTube to study brain injuries. Presumably by reading the user comments
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(Seacoastonline.com)
 
 
 
Thanks to Maine there's going to be 63,000 more pretentious dickweeds out there
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(National Geographic)
 
 
 
Mexican convent submerged for 40 years reappears during drought. Search for survivors turned up nun
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
Human activity blamed in reversal of cooling in the Arctic. Which is almost, but not quite, entirely unlike saying "Man is not not not to blame for global warming"
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(VG Lists)
 
 
 
Top 10 real-life video game babes
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(CNN)
 
 
 
CNN asks the tough questions - Should you friend your doctor on Facebook?
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(Seattle Times)
 
 
 
11 signs of Internet addiction. "You're reading another stupid list on the internet" mysteriously absent
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Men with high IQ's have the healthiest sperm. Here come the scientists
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(Canada.com)
 
 
 
Today's made for Fark headline: "Sheep wrestlers feared Psycho"
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(Some Gov Guy)
 
 
 
New study finds college students get more drunk when drinks are cheap. Really study? Really?
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
European rocket debris may force ISS to "reboost" to a higher orbital plane. Careful guys, the last time I did that, I woke up in a bar in Tijuana and couldn't remember the previous 6 days
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
University in Silicon Valley completes course of new technology designed to assist humanity, strangle students, find Sarah Connor
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(BBC)
 
 
 
Andromeda galaxy growing by eating other nearby galaxies. Here comes the astronom-nom-nom-nomy
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(Wired)
 
 
 
Fahrenheit 747: Boeing firefighting supertanker can drop a path of fire retardant 3 miles long and as wide as a football field
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(The Sun)
 
 
 
♫ Oh, whoa, whoa, nature's cryin' ♫ (w/pic)
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Wed September 02, 2009
(Jacksonville.com)
 
 
 
DNA testing makes sure the grouper you ordered isn't catfish. Thank you, science?
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Scientist discover how alcohol blunts ability of hamsters to 'rise and shine'. Includes pic of hamster wanting to know what the fark happened last night
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Beatles: Rock Band "may be the most important video game yet made." Apparently, someone has never played Cobra Triangle
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
Sea levels could rise more than a meter by 2100. So, you only have like 90 years to hike up the beach a few feet before your toes get wet
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
Difficulty: Clients complaining broadband connection "sucks." Solution: Legally change the definition of broadband to "sucks"
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(Canoe)
 
 
 
Billionaire Cirque du Soleil founder to push outside the envelope for Clowns in Space
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(Bloomberg)
 
 
 
Great Barrier Reef soon to be the Great Big Chunk of Dead White Coral
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(Canada.com)
 
 
 
Giant space mirrors may be the solution according to scientists, various Bond villains
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(physicscentral)
 
 
 
Your taxes at work: Researchers playing with Legos
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Bear-faced robot set to terrify aging population
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
To power the world with just solar power by 2030, we would need a solar farm the size of Spain
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(Network World)
 
 
 
Some people are still trying to crack a 1942 Nazi message encrypted with Enigma, and you can help. Yes, you
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
British try "swine flu parties" to induce swine flu immunity. (Says the Chairman of the British Medical Association: "I don't think it's a good idea.")
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(Some Sciency Guy)
 
 
 
Mysterious 'Dark Flow' has hundreds of millions of stars racing toward a single point, like the Sheen family toward Heidi Fleiss
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(New Scientist)
 
 
 
English is the toughest European language to read, particularly the way you lot write it
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(NASA)
 
 
 
The coolest rainbow created by the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery you're likely to see today
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(Wired)
 
 
 
The monkeys didn't respond at all to Nine-Inch Nails, Tool or Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings," but oddly enough, they did become slightly calmer after listening to "Of Wolf and Man" by Metallica
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(Discover)
 
 
 
Spectacular shot of shuttle and space station... taken from the ground
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(BBC)
 
 
 
Caves reveal clues to UK weather. Yep, cold and damp just about sums it up
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(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Today's mindblowing report from the Well DUHHHH Foundation: releasing people on parole tends to spike violent crime
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(ScienceBlogs)
 
 
 
Science journal grades every state on how well it teaches evolution. California and Texas get the expected grades, but New York and Florida are a bit surprising
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(Boston Globe)
 
 
 
You want to see where all the people around you are dying of swine flu? Yep, there's an app for that
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Tue September 01, 2009
(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Machine measures the three pillars of fart quality: stench, temperature and sound - think of the fun
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Why the retweet will kill Twitter
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(spectrum.ieee.org)
 
 
 
Computer interfaces in your contact lens? It's more likely than you think
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Britain's Met Office insists their "barbecue summer" prediction was correct, assuming you barbecue your food by pouring cold water on it for three months
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(MinnPost)
 
 
 
Why detecting nothing is really something in gravitational-wave project
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(Berkeley)
 
 
 
You know, I have one simple request. And that is to have amoebas with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads
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(Salt Lake Tribune)
 
 
 
Federal judge considers an injunction against wolf hunting in Idaho. If only he could do the same thing for cougar hunts in NYC
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(PCWorld)
 
 
 
Guinness Book of World Records names "Arkham Asylum" the Most Critically Acclaimed Superhero Game Ever. "Superman 64" still waiting on free bar towel
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(Discovery)
 
 
 
Yeah, about that ocean acidity stuff
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(MSNBC)
 
 
 
Latest rehashes of Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and Super Mario Bros. lie in wait for what is sure to be an amazing Fall season for gamers
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(Boston Globe)
 
 
 
Maine keeps a look out for the emerald ash borer. You would watch out too, if you kept getting your ash bored all the time
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(Wired)
 
 
 
Scientists confirm that Lizards use their third eye to steer by the sun. Humans would do the same, were it not for the fact that the sun is notorious for not shining there
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(BDCwire)
 
 
 
Chicago's Depaul University offering a course in "Twitter 101" this fall. "Farking 401" is a graduate level course
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(BBC)
 
 
 
British company to protect the Earth from asteroids using tractor beam
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(Jacksonville.com)
 
 
 
British mom leading effort to establish proton therapy in Europe. Also to outlaw crossing the streams
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(The Register)
 
 
 
Soon you'll be able to pick up a video newspaper in your flying car
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Mon August 31, 2009
(yomiuri.co.jp)
 
 
 
In the name of better beef, Japanese government to fund rigorous scientific studies of umami, breeding strategies, and taste-testing of meat produced from Tajimi cattle
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Scientists discover region in the brain responsible for "close talkers"
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(Seattle Times)
 
 
 
Highly promiscuous mussels lurking on Pacific Northwest's doorstep. "Despite attempts to stop them, the arrival of zebra and quagga mussels may be inevitable"
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
If you weren't drunk before you get this new breathalizer test, you'll certainly want to be if it comes back positive..for lung cancer
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(Spiegel)
 
 
 
Diz Sentens is Wruten Wid Taughts
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(physicscentral)
 
 
 
Good news: modern military helmet designs save lives. Bad news: they also increase the risk of brain damage
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(Business Journal)
 
 
 
IBM patents TV remote that automatically tweets what you are watching
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(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Like many of its users, the Internet is 40 years old and having trouble growing up
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(Some Guy)
 
 
 
We have discovered who is responsible for the disappearance of all our honeybees. Verizon, Alltell, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and you...yes you
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(Philly.com)
 
 
 
Scientists puzzled that a manatee has been vacationing near the Jersey Shore this summer. More puzzled no one noticed the difference with the usual crowd in the water
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(National Geographic)
 
 
 
National Geographic hopes to debunk all those 9/11 theories by somehow proving that aliens did not convince the FBI to hire actors to play terrorists who remotely flew TNT laden planes into the towers
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(Reuters)
 
 
 
The eleven "Star Trek" movies have grossed more than $1 billion dollars. The eleven billion to one ratio corresponds to the odds a Trekker has "known" a woman's most delicate and intimate embrace
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