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Sun March 11, 2012
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(Kotaku) Dumbass Pokemon Champion has his title stripped after leaving his Diglet in the hotel hallway  (kotaku.com) (55)
(Some Guy) Weird Whoever had "pole-dancing" as the next job to be replaced by robots, come claim your prize  (gmanetwork.com) (59)
(TechEBlog) Spiffy Rarely seen photographs from R2-D2's personal collection. Whatever you do, be sure to save the last photo for last  (techeblog.com) (68)
(Some Jedi) Cool With several billion women on the planet, odds were there was one [attractive one] willing to do this. She is now taken   (michaeljamesphotostudio.blogspot.com) (83)
(YouTube) Cool Jasper Kirkby explains the CERN Cosmics Leaving OUtdoor Droplets experiment (CLOUD). CLOUD tests cosmic rays and their potential to stimulate cloud formation. Disclaimer: OMG denier  (youtube.com) (273)
(Some Guy) Amusing A picture is worth a thousand snarks. Just click the link and try not to laugh too loud  (tecca.com) (66)
(Some Guy) Cool What's cooler than a .45? A twin barrel .45, of course  (everydaynodaysoff.com) (79)
(Gizmodo) Obvious Buying it  (gizmodo.com) (69)
(Lifehacker) Cool 10 badass things you can do one handed, if you really practice  (lifehacker.com) (51)
(AlterNet) Interesting Th-hi-is i-is an-n in-nt-ter-res-sti-n-ng st-tor-ry, y-you sh-should-d ch-che-ck-ck it-t out-t  (alternet.org) (12)
(io9) Interesting Not news: Dog gets run over while chasing a car. News: It was a robot dog. Fark: In 1939  (io9.com) (23)

Sat March 10, 2012
(io9) Interesting Watch ants invade a scanner over the span of five years  (io9.com) (52)
(TechEBlog) Interesting Five video game consoles that should have been released  (techeblog.com) (79)
(Time) Interesting Hive workers have distinct personalities. They aren't all type bee  (newsfeed.time.com) (9)
(io9) Spiffy The most detailed map of the Game of Thrones world yet  (io9.com) (27)
(io9) Sad French concept artist Moebius, who made The Abyss, Tron, and Alien even stranger, draws the great beyond. Concept artist trifecta in play  (io9.com) (80)
(NYPost) Interesting Ancient Judean silver coin from the first century sells for record price in NYC, still buys as much gas as it did 2,000 years ago  (nypost.com) (44)
(Some Guy) Cool Ever really tried to understand just how far away we are from the Sun? This might help. With scroooooooooolling goodness  (phrenopolis.com) (121)
(Baltimore Sun) Interesting Teen smoking now in epidemic proportions. One in four high school students now smokes regularly, the other three just like to light up after having sex with their teacher  (baltimoresun.com) (101)
(io9) Cool Watch drops of water in space 'orbit' a knitting needle like tiny planets  (io9.com) (54)
(MSNBC) Interesting I said, IT'S AN ARTICLE ABOUT HOW BLIND PEOPLE DREAM  (bodyodd.msnbc.msn.com) (58)

Fri March 09, 2012
(BBC) Interesting Violin strings made from spider silk make different sounds, especially after the musician's hands get caught and the spider emerges from the instrument to feed  (bbc.co.uk) (30)
(Slate) Weird 1/2 cup A5...2 Tsp C3...dash of J4...mmm, delicious  (slate.com) (12)
(The New York Times) Cool Fake chicken so tasty and realistic it fooled Mark Bittman  (nytimes.com) (71)
(PC Magazine) Obvious The new iPad won't be a gaming platform. Also, the new Ford Focus won't be a sandwich  (pcmag.com) (85)
(MSNBC) Interesting Apollo test capsule ready for its next mission. This is not a repeat from the 1960s  (msnbc.msn.com) (18)
(Neatorama) Obvious Submitting to Fark makes you successful... AND sexy  (neatorama.com) (14)
(SacBee) Spiffy Intellivision enters the Smithsonian. Odyssey2 still bumming fare for the Metro  (sacbee.com) (48)
(Topless Robot) Cool Mattel listens to fans, finally gives us a Michael Caine as Alfred action figure  (toplessrobot.com) (9)
(Huffington Post) Obvious Notice that 4G icon on in the upper-left corner of your AT&T iPhone after the software update? Well, as you may have suspected, it's marketing bullshiat  (huffingtonpost.com) (70)
(Washington Post) Fail Washington puts up $10M prize for company that can produce an American-made affordable green lightbulb - and now we have our winner, which you can buy for the low, low price of...$50 per bulb  (washingtonpost.com) (187)
(Toad) Cool Ever wonder what the Super Mario 3 Airships would look like in Lego? Well wonder no more  (vonbrunk.tumblr.com) (10)
(Scientific American) Cool I could use a gorilla like you, how does a million dollars sound? YOU MAKE ME SICK, GET OUT OF MY OFFICE  (blogs.scientificamerican.com) (4)
(Uproxx) Obvious The #Kony2012 movement needed a good mocking, and the internet is here to deliver it (slideshow)  (uproxx.com) (22)
(Some Guy) Sad Atlantis and Discovery together for the final time  (twitter.com) (22)
(Wired) Interesting "Look at the nail on your pinky finger: Every second, about 65 billion neutrinos pass through it. Almost all were produced inside the giant nuclear reactor in our sun's belly"  (wired.com) (33)
(Daily Mail) Cool The coolest hi-res sonar pictures of the Titanic debris field you'll see today  (dailymail.co.uk) (35)
(Some Guy) Sad "Firesign Theatre's" Peter Bergman dead at 72. Nick Danger rounding up suspects as we speak  (facebook.com) (61)
(Some Guy) Amusing What every TV weatherman goes to college in hopes of hearing someday: "you're more awesome than a monkey wearing tuxedo made out of bacon"  (happyplace.com) (12)
(100$ Serious) Amusing Tongue-twisters... OF THE FUTURE   (100dollarserious.wordpress.com) (7)
(Some Guy) Interesting Top 10 most frightening sounds in video games  (shadowlocked.com) (130)
(Yahoo) Obvious All of the forensic "science" used to determine how long a person has been dead based on the state of their body's decay may be rendered useless because experts forgot to account for an important factor-vultures  (news.yahoo.com) (22)
(some prankster) Cool Improv Everywhere gets the crowd at TED with the spinning beachball of death  (improveverywhere.com) (15)
(YouTube) Video Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson's remarks at Senate Commerce hearing on the future of our space program  (youtube.com) (85)
(Daily Mail) Cool Exclusive pics of Emma Watson's hind quarters  (dailymail.co.uk) (38)
(Donald Prothero) Amusing Old news: Scientists laughing at the so-called Creation "Museum." New hotness: A paleontologist visits. Finds the first fossil display is a fake. Many of the real fossils are incorrectly identified and the docents don't know jack  (skepticblog.org) (224)
(Discover) Obvious Science journalist discusses how journalistic accountability--don't laugh--is the responsibility of the journalist and--stop laughing--requires due diligence and integrity   (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (17)
(Daily Mail) Asinine Two women to go 100% natural without makeup, hair styling, shaving for 60 days to experience rejuvenation, confidence, celibacy  (dailymail.co.uk) (106)
(Yahoo) Followup This last solar storm was pretty much a dud. But don't worry, there will be plenty to panic about soon enough  (ca.news.yahoo.com) (17)
(Slashdot) Asinine Google to devs: 'Look, we spent a lot of money on this and SOMEONE needs to use it before we kill it.'  (tech.slashdot.org) (33)
(Boomstick Comics) Cool If Pixar remade The Shining, it would probably look like this  (boomstickcomics.com) (17)
(Gawker) Interesting Words that you type with your left hand suck. Words that you type with your right hand rock. No word on websites that you visit with one hand  (gawker.com) (55)
(BBC) Unlikely Purple monkey dishwasher may cure pink elephants  (bbc.co.uk) (21)

Thu March 08, 2012
(Some Guy) Cool You had me at "Self-adjusting strap on"  (gizmodo.co.uk) (34)
(G4TV) Stupid Blizzard is now trying to lure canceled subscribers back to World of Warcraft with a free level 80 character and flying mount  (g4tv.com) (206)
(G4TV) Cool BioShock Infinite: Where a crazed motorized patriot and his rotating machine gun can be a crazed motorized patriot and his rotating machine gun. (Video)  (g4tv.com) (41)
(Comics Alliance) Obvious "Justice League is everything wrong with comic books"  (comicsalliance.com) (98)
(Kotaku) Cool Annnnngryyyyy Biiiiirrrdsss iiiiinnn SPPPPAAAACEEE  (kotaku.com) (33)
(Discover) Cool What happens when NASA lowers the LRO to HALF of its normal imaging altitude? Heads asplode from too much awesomeness   (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (42)
(New Scientist) Cool M.C. Escher-inspired labyrinth video game wins technical excellence award for M.C. Escher-inspired labyrinth video game wins technical excellence award for M.C. Escher-inspired labyrinth video game wins technical excellence award for ∞  (newscientist.com) (39)
(Science Daily) Interesting Having trouble with a calculus problem? Ask your testicles  (sciencedaily.com) (22)
(Some Guy) Interesting Remember when Snow Crash predicted hotels made of shipping containers? This brings the score to Neal Stephenson: ∞, Every other futurist: 0  (ecomagination.com) (90)
(Humans Invent) Cool What really happens when kids design? And it is called the Obliteration Room  (humansinvent.com) (21)
(YouTube) Video Hot binary action. See close-up video of twin stars so young, they haven't even developed a planetary system. Bonus: they wink for the camera  (youtube.com) (18)
(Some Guy) Obvious Symantec's "lost" cell phone experiments proves one thing: don't lose your phone. Not only will you likely never see it again, but everything on it will get accessed   (digitallife.today.msnbc.msn.com) (46)
(Huffington Post) Sad Atheists want you to come out of your closet (unless that closet is atheism)  (huffingtonpost.com) (671)
(Scientific American) Interesting One Thing Is Certain: Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle Is Not Dead. Or Is It?  (scientificamerican.com) (24)
(msnbc) Cool Ever wonder what the final minutes of a 68.5-hour long video arcade session looks like? Well, today's your record breaking day  (ingame.msnbc.msn.com) (27)
(Huffington Post) Unlikely Coke and Pepsi deny food coloring in soda causes cancer. Obesity, rotting teeth and type 2 diabetes still in play  (huffingtonpost.com) (24)
(CBC) Cool Scientists measure first antimatter "atom", remarking that it appears very much like a normal atom except for the tiny little goatee  (cbc.ca) (102)
(Boston.com) Scary MSM discovers Tor  (boston.com) (43)
(Toronto Star) Interesting Scientists say that dark matter blob could rewrite our understanding of galaxies, give Hollywood screenwriters at least another 20 years of poorly conceived plot points  (thestar.com) (10)
(IGN) Cool Hands-on with Apple's New iPad  (ign.com) (91)
(RedOrbit) Cool Redneck: curiosity leads to shooting bullets at road signs to ding 'em. Scientists: curiosity leads to shooting lasers at molecules to knock a single electron out of its orbit  (redorbit.com) (9)
(Space) Followup The biggest solar storm in five years is now hitting Earth. THE SUN IS HERE, EVERYBODY PANIC  (space.com) (104)
(io9) Cool Victorian Star Trek daguerrotypes  (io9.com) (23)
(Science Daily) Spiffy New species of catshark found, so named because of its habit of vomiting at least twice a day  (sciencedaily.com) (16)
(Some Guy) Strange University and corporate licensee hopes new drug delivery system and possible cancer cure will draw your attention away from the "humanized cobra venom"  (bigislandvideonews.com) (13)

Wed March 07, 2012
(Discover) Interesting Does the new iPad 3 really have a "retina display"? Yeah, kinda. Here comes the iRithmetic   (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (90)
(BBC) Strange Weird Prosthetics through time. (Bonus: It's not a slide show)  (bbc.co.uk) (46)
(Some Guy) Cool I see your new Sim City game and raise you a Wasteland  (escapistmagazine.com) (82)
(Space) Interesting Two X-class flares from our star have generated a strong plasma wavefront. It should hit Earth over the next two days  (space.com) (254)
(Discover) Cool Marijuana has just been legalized on Mars  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (21)
(Ars Technica) Interesting Hey, the new iPad thingie is coming out and Steve Jobs isn't doing the announcement. WTF?  (live.arstechnica.com) (588)
(io9) Interesting A) Too busy submitting articles to FARK  (io9.com) (19)
(Yahoo) Ironic Air Force's mysterious x-37b robotic space plane celebrates one year in orbit. I for one welcome our new robotic astronaut overlords  (news.yahoo.com) (33)
(Live Science) Interesting Alaskan mystery goo turn out to be a fungus among us  (livescience.com) (10)
(Engadget) Amusing Yo dawg, I herd u liek virtual machines, so I put a virtual machine in ur virtual machine in ur virtual machine, so u can hog resources while u hog resources while u hog resources  (engadget.com) (32)
(Post City) Cool Earth's most powerful civilizations -- the Romans, the Greeks, the Chinese -- all made a big deal about eating an entire suckling pig as part of a magical ritual. Now the Canadians are discovering the allure  (postcity.com) (38)
(Some Guy) Spiffy Time to bust out those zoning maps again; Maxis announces first new SimCity in ten years  (gamasutra.com) (138)
(Gawker) Stupid If Fark had thumbnail previews this would be an easy greenlight, unfortunately  (gawker.com) (55)
(io9) Scary Bears with guns might be a possibility after all  (io9.com) (32)
(Wired) Asinine If you have a .com, .org or .net domain name, feel secure in the thought that the US Government can seize it whenever they feel like it, even if registered overseas  (wired.com) (55)
(LA Times) Asinine Good news, everyone. Now you can legally rip your DVDs to video files to play on your home computer. You just have to take the DVD to a store, pay them to rip it with DRM intact and then can only play from the internet. Brilliant  (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (94)
(Some Time Traveller) Amusing Don't wait until tomorrow, here's a recap of the iPad 3 event, 12 hours early  (business.financialpost.com) (54)
(Wired) Fail If you are a rapper or famous athlete, Bentley has got the SUV for you. If you are pretty much anyone else, get your barf bag ready  (wired.com) (158)
(Seattle Times) Cool Microsoft TechFest reveals holographic mirror, predator shoulder mount, virtual lamp (w/vids)  (seattletimes.nwsource.com) (18)

Tue March 06, 2012
(RedEye Chicago) Strange Beer iced tea? Not Sure If Want  (redeyechicago.com) (21)
(Some Carl Sagan Guy) Sad The Oldebayer Memorial Thread  (carlsagan.com) (338)
(io9) Amusing 10 weird stories about Higgs Boson fails without mention of the strange effect stories of it have on Fark timestamps  (io9.com) (32)
(The Week) Scary So apparently NASA is about as secure as a 14-year-old with braces  (theweek.com) (26)
(Discover) Interesting Astronomers find an asteroid that has a 1 in 625 chance of hitting the Earth in 2040. Do they a) call Bruce Willis, b) panic, or c) thoughtfully debate what to do about it?  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (243)
(Gizmodo) Interesting IBM's Watson expert system computer has moved from dominating at Jeopardy to dominating Wall Street. Now if it only knew the equation for love  (gizmodo.com) (98)
(comicbookmovie) Interesting Joss Whedon talks about which Avenger was 'the hardest character by far'  (comicbookmovie.com) (91)
(Some Guy) Interesting The actual most astounding fact of the universe is that Neil DeGrasse Tyson is smarter and more profound than subby. Or something about how the universe is inside us  (slyoyster.com) (84)
(Gizmodo) Obvious Hitting F11 repeatedly  (gizmodo.com) (31)
(The Hollywood Reporter) Interesting Tired of slideshows from Comic Con? How about Comic Con in India?  (hollywoodreporter.com) (44)
(NYPost) Stupid Woman who spent $10,000 in quest for perfect SAT score, still needs to have her head examined  (nypost.com) (74)
(Important Media) Survey Scientists working on tobacco derivatives create new dilemma for smokers: Would you rather have cheaper cigarettes or cheaper gas? Added difficulty: Door #3 is cheaper booze  (cleantechnica.com) (33)
(Ars Technica) Stupid Mass Effect 3 review: a proper ending-but not a perfect one. Brought to you by some guy that has obviously finished the game in the four hours it's been out  (arstechnica.com) (245)
(MSNBC) Interesting Urban Sprawl: The Movie  (cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com) (90)
(National Review) Sad Evolutionary science gives us a good idea why chicks dig jerks  (nationalreview.com) (108)
(NPR) Interesting Pfft. As if we needed yet another reason to hate Apple  (npr.org) (117)

Mon March 05, 2012
(Some Astronaut) Cool Point a laser at a helicopter at night, and you'll get arrested. Point a laser at the space station, and you'll get a blog post from an astronaut congratulating you (with photo of success)  (blogs.airspacemag.com) (41)
(io9) Weird Creepiest pictures of a human-Na'vi hybrid 'Avatar' baby doll you'll see all day  (io9.com) (34)
(Vator.tv) Interesting I'm sorry sir, but according to my iPad you're a deadbeat  (vator.tv) (53)
(YouTube) Cool Watch as the baseline model for future hunter-killer drones...err I mean the DARPA cheetah sets a land-speed record for quadruped robots at 18 miles per hour  (youtube.com) (77)
(io9) Interesting Hungry brains are hardwired to see food-related words  (io9.com) (19)
(AOL) Obvious Grammatical mistakes not to make on your résumé. Yes, their all here for you're interest  (jobs.aol.com) (125)
(I Heart Chaos) Cool Is there room in the market for another game console? Valve seems sure they can pull it off, I seem sure that my 360 will be on Craigslist the day this is announced  (iheartchaos.com) (121)
(Some Guy) Dumbass If you can write an entire piece on what Apple "really" needs to do and not explain at all why they need to do it, then they probably don't "really" need to do it  (informationweek.com) (47)
(Science Daily) Interesting Scientists make another breakthrough in the ability to borgify our brains, UN moves to add zombies to endangered species list  (sciencedaily.com) (16)
(Slate) Obvious "Is it ever worthwhile to spend 100 hours playing a single video game?" Sometimes the media asks such stupid questions  (slate.com) (309)
(Wired) Scary Corporate networks sad to discover that even in 2012, their networks are easier to penetrate than Lindsay Lohan after a four-day bender  (wired.com) (34)
(Short List) Dumbass Good news: "that scene" from Die Another Day gets recreated in new advert. Bad news: that scene involves 0% Halle Berry and 100% invisible car  (shortlist.com) (13)
(Topless Robot) Fail Five vaporware games that should have remained vaporware  (toplessrobot.com) (93)
(Scientific American) Interesting This is a good article -Drew  (scientificamerican.com) (19)
(Some Guy) Interesting Researchers aim to fill zoos with extinct species brought back via cloning. DID NONE OF THESE PEOPLE SEE JURASSIC PARK?  (thenewsstar.com) (148)

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