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Sun October 25, 2009
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(Detroit Free Press)
 
 
 
Top 7 wonderful yet weird vehicles on display at Tokyo Auto Show (pics)
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(Some Graph)
 
 
 
Cool graphical representation of gender balance on social networking sites. Fark is notably unlisted, most likely because sausagefestarchy is not a real word
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(73)
 
(WGAL 8)
 
 
 
Three more earthquakes hit one place Saturday, bringing the total to over 600 since last October. FARK: In Rural Pennsylvania
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(81)
 
(NASA)
 
 
 
Crabtastical
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(Some Insomniac)
 
 
 
If the Welsh language has "verb-subject-object" typology, why must status updates be of the form "name-comment" on the Welsh version of Facebook?
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(49)
 
(News.com.au)
 
 
 
"Smaller than rabbit" dinosaur fossils go on display. Sadly, there aren't any prehistoric pancakes on its head
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(21)
 
(MSN)
 
 
 
MSN investigates the secret world of underground sperm donors, or as submitter calls it, "that alley out back of the bar"
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(37)
 
(Computerworld)
 
 
 
You still have one more day to move/backup your 9/11, Alien conspiracy, 2012 website before Geocites shuts down forever on October 26th
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(Seattle Times)
 
 
 
High school students now have the technology to create new organisms. What could go wrong? "Kids are being taught that DNA is a computer code, and you can program biological organisms the same way you can program a computer."
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Sat October 24, 2009
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Burger King sells seven-patty "Windows 7 Whopper" in Japan as part of deal with Microsoft. In-N-Out 10x10 unimpressed
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(102)
 
(The Sun)
 
 
 
NASA discovers Morloc base
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(42)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Is time out of joint?
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(555)
 
(Slashdot)
 
 
 
Problem: Linux is too hard. Solution: Make it more like Windows. Difficulty: viruses
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(77)
 
(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Prominent net neutrality backer suddenly realizes that hey, maybe having the government control everything ISN'T always a good idea
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(76)
 
(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
Company develops LED light bulb that can last up to 25-years
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(70)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Seven questions that keep physicists up at night. Oddly, none of them are "What is sex really like?"
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(47)
 
(ABC)
 
 
 
Americans now realizing that the global warming hoax, is, in fact, a hoax
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(818)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
The largest solar panel plant in US rises in Florida. The Sun is there
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(52)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
"if HDDs continue to progress at their current pace, then in 2020 a two-disk, 2.5-inch disk drive will be capable of storing more than 14 TB and will cost about $40". So, a reasonable subset of your porn stash to travel with
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(112)
 
(Reuters)
 
 
 
Developing countries missing broadband internet access, and probably some other stuff too
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(16)
 


Fri October 23, 2009
(Wired)
 
 
 
Popularity of home laser hair removal kits booming, with concurrent growth in sales of home skin graft kits
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(111)
 
(The New York Times)
 
 
 
You're .gay. No, YOU'RE .gay
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(82)
 
(NASA)
 
 
 
NASA is planning a mission to study the Moon's fragile atmosphere--before it's too late. BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE
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(22)
 
(Some Lupin)
 
 
 
Scientists track Yellowstone wolf packs for long-term study. Montana re-opens first legal wolf hunting season in decades. This ends predictably
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(83)
 
(CBC)
 
 
 
Pilot project is trying to determine if chewing gum will ease swallowing problems among people with Parkinson's disease. I'll pause while that sinks in for a minute
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(18)
 
(Denver Channel)
 
 
 
Colorado launches Web site quiz to help assess swine flu symptoms. Doctors bracing for flood of patients who have swine flu, know which Star Wars character they are, have Captain Underpants pseudonyms and are 69% kinky
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(9)
 
(MSNBC)
 
 
 
Identical twin study shows sun, smoking, alcohol and stress can make you look older. Killjoys (with side-by-side pics)
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(42)
 
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Twitter's co-founder, Evan Williams, talks exclusively to the Daily Telegraph about the future of search and plans for improving the micro-b (0)
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(14)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Apple users will be happy to know they can get ads about Apple on their Apple so they can be smug while they're smug
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(73)
 
(SFGate)
 
 
 
"Our nation's goals for manned spaceflight are far too ambitious for the money we've set aside"
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(60)
 
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Quantum Tunneling. Giggity
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(90)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
The logic behind irrationality
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(44)
 
(Discovery)
 
 
 
"People are very gullible, it's a sad testimonial that you need NASA to tell you the world's not going to end"
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(128)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Always make sure you wash your hands exactly 37 times a day if you don't want to catch OCD
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(17)
 
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
The top ten "laws of the internet"
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(395)
 
(YouTube)
 
 
 
Courtesy of the Ninja Gaiden arcade game, here is the most disturbing continue screen in video game history
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(169)
 
(Spiegel)
 
 
 
Nanotechnology might pose a health risk. A very, very small risk
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(64)
 
(Engadget)
 
 
 
New Apple ad forgets how god awful they were during the 90s
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Thu October 22, 2009
(nrc.nl)
 
 
 
Myth busted: researchers show it's money, not education, that produces atheists
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(342)
 
(Gawker)
 
 
 
In what would even make the most staunch Fark Independent cringe, Glenn Beck now argues that Net Neutrality is a way stifle free speech as opposed to preventing it from being stifled. Glenn, Rush wants his drugs back dude
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(273)
 
(London Times)
 
 
 
"However, if time travellers do break into the LHC control room and pull the plug out of the wall, then I'll refer you to my article supporting Nielsen's theory that I wrote in 2025."
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(49)
 
(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Scientists discover how Lotus stays dry. Surprisingly, answer is not "Because they're always in the shop"
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(31)
 
(CBC)
 
 
 
Scientists discuver Darwinius masillae, a 47-million-year-old lemur-like creature nicknamed Ida, was actually Adam's Aunt, not his mother as previously hoped
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(178)
 
(PCWorld)
 
 
 
On the same day that the FCC begins crafting "Net Neutrality" laws, JohnMcCain introduces a bill to stop it thereby keeping the internet off of his lawn
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(411)
 
(The Register)
 
 
 
One out of five? Seriously? Twits
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(38)
 
(Discover)
 
 
 
Cluster tucked 10.2 billion light years distant. That's really fark away
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(41)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
43% of Americans prefer to get their science education from politicians and lobbyists
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(75)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
What's the only thing scarier than seeing a US Navy warship bearing down on you? A US Navy warship bearing down on you at 52 mph
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(144)
 
(Reuters)
 
 
 
Early reviews of Windows 7 are favorable... just like early reviews of Vista were
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(205)
 
(Guardian)
 
 
 
Windows 7 set to break retail records, your computer
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(290)
 


Wed October 21, 2009
(Network World)
 
 
 
Windows 7 now more popular than Harry Potter, according to Amazon UK. Beatles, Jesus Christ put on notice
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(97)
 
(The New York Times)
 
 
 
130 years ago the light bulb was born. Here's the NYT article on Edison's achievement
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(91)
 
(National Geographic)
 
 
 
Sometimes these things just write themselves: "some females have been found with several dismembered male organs lodged inside them"
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(54)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
After many months and 100 mini-experiements, a team of doctoral students in Oregon has reached a staggering conclusion - sex is better with a partner
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(42)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
After 20 years of painstaking labour, Japanese scientists grow genetically-modified blue rose, the "Holy Grail" of the gardening world. Still no cure for cancer, but now there's a cure for heartache
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(59)
 
(ABC)
 
 
 
Despite the fact that the iPhone was first with apps, first with built-in GPS, and first with a built-in media player, the mainstream media is still blathering on about the Droid like it's some kind of savior
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(152)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Having a GPS with traffic updates cuts the average person's annual commute by 4 days, carbon footprint by 21%
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(102)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
"Astro Boy" and other iconic Osamu Tezuka manga to become weekly 100-page downloads on American iPhones
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(47)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Peasant farmer builds working submarine. Seeks world domination as soon as he can find 20,000 leagues of airhose
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(87)
 
(My Fox DC)
 
 
 
Remember those maple seed 'helicopters' that would fall from trees and that you used to play with as a kid? These engineering students have built working helicopters based on the same design
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(105)
 
(Some Comic Geek)
 
 
 
Whedon, Kirkman, Bendis. Who are you following this week? New comic releases for October 21st
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(48)
 
(Network World)
 
 
 
"Facebook for scientists" gets millions in funding (But will anyone friend them?)
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(30)
 
(News.com.au)
 
 
 
Egypt wants Nefertiti's bust. Germany feels tit's too frail to ship. This could create cleavage between such bosom buddies. What's the breast way to honor Nefertiti's mammary? Can they amend this chest in the nick of time? Nipple
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(40)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Sparrows learn how to communicate in fewer than 140 characters at a time
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(12)
 
(Gizmodo)
 
Video
 
Spectacular video of Saturn moons disturbing its rings
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(21)
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Wasting several hours a day on Fark makes you smarter, less likely to get laid
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(31)
 


Tue October 20, 2009
(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Apple downgrades to no-button mouse
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(247)
 
(Scientific American)
 
 
 
DARPA vigilantly devles into vicissitudes of vacuum, hopes search to to vouchsafe veracity of Casimir is not in vain. Voilà
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(31)
 
(C|Net)
 
 
 
Sorry, audiophiles: You really can't hear the difference between a 48K AAC+ and a 160k OGG
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(368)
 
(YouTube)
 
 
 
The Symphony of Science....or Autotune the Nerds (Bonus: Bill Nye makes an appearance)
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(61)
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
Meet the next cold fusion
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(71)
 
(Kotaku)
 
 
 
Nintendo profits down on news that everyone who wants a Wii already has one
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(172)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Evolution will result in women of the future being shorter, plumper, and more fertile. In other words, Michelle Duggar
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(88)
 
(NASA)
 
 
 
Ares I-X just arrived at the launch pad for the first time
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(93)
 
(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
When you mix dry ice, soap, and water together, this is what happens
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(46)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Dr. Chandra, will I dream?
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(64)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Scientists at Caltech have created a retinal prosthesis allowing the blind to capture images. But they are still striking out on that whole warp-drive thing
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(32)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Was our oldest ancestor a proton powered rock?
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(106)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
Scientists discover that bird flu spreads sexually, so . . . you're okay
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(38)
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Scientist publishes a research paper done on the wrinkles in his bathroom rug. Still no cure for cancer
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(12)
 
(NYPost)
 
 
 
Thanks to the wonders of modern medicine, rich short guys will soon be a thing of the past
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(52)
 
(CNN)
 
 
 
7 lady-problems doctors miss. You won't believe number 4
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(118)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Physicist Steven Nahn says LHC not sabotaging itself from the future. Steven Nahn. You know, the physicist. What do you mean no one with that name has ever existed?
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(51)
 


Mon October 19, 2009
(Discover)
 
 
 
Scientists now able to see how thought becomes speech. Next study to involve how thought regresses into message board postings
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(55)
 
(Wall Street Journal)
 
 
 
Yeah, there's a competitor for that
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(142)
 
(Richard Dawkins.net)
 
 
 
Michael Shermer on Bill Maher's vaccine skepticism: "You have fallen prey to the same cognitive biases and conspiratorial thinking that you have so astutely identified in others"
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(369)
 
(Canada.com)
 
 
 
In an unholy alliance that would make Klingons quake with fear, US and Canadian scientists have teamed up to develop the impulse drive
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(98)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Infinity Ward announces and end to dedicated servers for Modern Warfare 2. Geek heads everywhere asplode
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(152)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Cosmic rays help determine growth rate of trees in Britain. The Sun is there
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(14)
 
(ScienceBlogs)
 
 
 
Adult male Phidippus mystaceus: the coolest macro video of a Jumping Spider that you'll see all week
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(53)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
The Matrix meets iRobot (with video goodness)
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(31)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Symantec warns that 40 million people have fallen victim to "scareware" scams in the last year
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(152)
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Scientists exploring the possibility that the destruction of the dinosaurs was actually outsourced to an Indian meteor, rather than the Mexican impact previously given the contract
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(28)
 
(CBC)
 
 
 
Scientists determine that kids who like sexually-charged and violent lyrics in the music they listen to on their iPods are themselves sexually charged and violent. Thanks a lot, science
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(51)
 
(TechEBlog)
 
 
 
World famous Physicist B. Spears sees another one of her theories confirmed by experiment as someone manages to make a block of ice glow red-hot
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(56)
 
(Chron)
 
 
 
Blue-ribbon panel on human spaceflight believes that humans could get their asses to Mars... but there's a catch
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(121)
 

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