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Sun September 28, 2014
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(The Local)
 
 
 
Tangled up in blue: Molecular cardiology in the postmolecular era
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(Tech Crunch)
 
 
 
The first genetically modified humans will graduate high school this year. We don't know who any of them are, so here's a helpful picture of what a teenager might look like
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(Slate)
 
 
 
Researchers design new school lunchroom tray to trick students into eating healthier. Still unclear how the design deters kids from walking off campus for quad stackers at BK
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(UPI)
 
 
 
Uri Geller reveals real reason for iPhone 6 bending problem: 'mental forces'
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(Philly.com)
 
 
 
Philadelphia is not impressed with NYC's High Line park -- it just built a park that runs over a river
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(Gamer Headlines)
 
 
 
Why Facebook is well on the way to becoming this generation's MySpace
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(The Raw Story)
 
 
 
Turns out that people who go on Facebook and talk about how their relationships are awesome are really just big bundles of insecurity
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(Forbes)
 
 
 
3D printed vehicles to be available in future car showrooms. Auto analysts predict first GM recall will be for running out of toner
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
World's fastest helicopter (in 1986) is recognized 28 years later, receives Stringfellow Hawke Engineering Heritage Award
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(IFL Science)
 
 
 
Where does the smell of old books come from?
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(The New Republic)
 
 
 
The Duck Penis Paradox
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(Salon)
 
 
 
"Dating after my mastectomy"
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(Salon)
 
 
 
Erin goes "Bleaaghhh"
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Behold: the bowel-loosening subcontrabass tuba monstrosity known to a select few as "Big Carl"
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Sat September 27, 2014
(Toronto Sun)
 
 
 
News: South Asians may be smarter because curry powder helps repair the brain: Fark: You can put it in cocktails and count it towards a serving of vegetables
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(Climate Depot)
 
 
 
The warmest summer on record was punctuated by 1700 record low readings across the US
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Yahoo is dead, long live Yahoo
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(Neatorama)
 
 
 
Scary: Going to the dentist. Completely farking terrifying: This ultra-realistic dental training robot
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(Vice)
 
 
 
"Isn't it weird that nerds became cool, that outsiders became insiders, and that even the ultimate dudebro or bro-ho consumes and affixes cultural signifiers nowadays that half a generation ago were the hallmarks of their enemies, the nerds?"
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(The Hollywood Reporter)
 
 
 
Heirs of Jack Kirby receive lump sum payment for winning the genetic lottery
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(NBC News)
 
 
 
Autistic dogs could save 60,000 people from rabies
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(donga.com)
 
 
 
Unpopularity of China's iPhone clone Xiaomi extremely angers Xiaomi. "It is a complete misunderstanding that Xiaomi is known as iPhone clone. We've received feedbacks from the fan group of Xiaomi products and created a masterpiece from scratch"
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(The Consumerist)
 
 
 
Apparently Consumer Reports is hell bent on finding out just how much force the new iPhones will take
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(Mother Nature Network)
 
 
 
Not news: Plane flies 82 miles in just over two hours. Fark: A paper airplane
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(Daily Bhaskar)
 
 
 
Google turns 16 today, according to information gathered by AltaVista
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Some people are scared of a place that mines for bros. Also, apparently bros come from a bro mine
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(Asahi Shimbun)
 
 
 
Auto crash video site intended to promote traffic safety becomes viral sensation after being repurposed to display videos of glorious outdoor scenery. "The current big hit is footage titled the 'Dawn of Gifu'"
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(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Everything you need to know about the most despicable place on the Internet
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Fri September 26, 2014
(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Researcher is working to predict electric power blackouts before they hap
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(Universe Today)
 
 
 
Here's a cute video showing all the different ways the planets in the solar system and their moons could kill you
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Complex molecule detected in space. Implement the Omega Directive immediately. All other priorities have been rescinded
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(Slate)
 
 
 
The oldest known star in the Universe is almost as old as the Universe itself. Abe Vigoda nods approvingly
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
Research finds that people think expensive meals taste better. Especially when someone else is picking up the tab
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Here's a giant flesh-eating leech filmed swallowing a huge earthworm like it was spaghetti. Oh, right. Sorry about your lunch
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(Lex 18)
 
 
 
"Doctor Who Ordered Pain Meds, Charged With Patient Death." These Time Lords are getting out of hand
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(Vice)
 
 
 
Deep web service offers to leak your incriminating documents if the government or a corporation assassinates you
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
An Italian might have discovered a land east of Asia in the 13th century. Old news is so exciting
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(Metro)
 
 
 
You can now eat your morning cereal out of a bowl made out of a giant cookie (pics)
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(Daily Finance)
 
 
 
Coke's Surge reboot quickly sells out at Amazon. But the most important question is, will this lead to the return of Crystal Pepsi?
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(ScienceBlog)
 
 
 
Scientist discover Earth has an "atmospheric detergent" that helps clean up all the crap we put into the air
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(National Review)
 
 
 
10% of U.S. adults are not proficient in English. The other 90% are still wondering what "proficient" means
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(Vice)
 
 
 
Seven-foot tall teenager dressed as Slender Man kicked out of Sydney Comic-Con for generally poking and touching random people and being an annoying douche still doesn't understand why
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(New Scientist)
 
 
 
"It sounds like a concept from a philosopher's fevered imagination, but many physicists believe the multiverse is real. And they've got evidence - here are four ways the multiverse may show itself in our everyday world"
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(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
GMOs are done and gone, and now we must prepare for the rise of synthetic biology. This will end incredibly well
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(Space.com)
 
 
 
International Space Station's 42nd crew dedicates the mission to Douglas Adams. What a bunch of hoopy froods
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
FBI to Google and Apple: No fair actually making us do real investigative work again
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Thu September 25, 2014
(The Japan News)
 
 
 
In world first, mom successfully donates lung segments to her two-year-old son as part of "segmental lung transplant"
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(Rocketnews 24)
 
 
 
To test whether iPhone 6 digital image stabilization feature is everything Apple touts it to be, Japan prepares the ultimate testbed: strap the phone to a running vibrator and snap some pics
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(Time)
 
 
 
Too much cowbell
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(Medium)
 
 
 
The entire history of the Universe -- from nothing to you -- in just ten (not even run-on) sentences
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(Bloomberg)
 
 
 
"If you build it, they will come. And attack"
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(Science Alert (Australia))
 
 
 
Scientists discover fossils of some of the earliest known multicellular organisms, which lived 600 million years ago and appeared to have been some sort of fruit (pic)
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(Vocativ)
 
 
 
What would you do if you had $10,000 to spare? Cocaine? Hookers? Well, this kid bought a freakin' tank
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Did the universe originate from a hyper-dimensional black hole? A new theory, but kinda hard to wrap your brane around
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(Short List)
 
 
 
These are definitely the figures you've been looking for
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Robot cheerleading squad showcases sensor technology, opens up entire new genre for SyFy, the History Channel writers
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(IT Pro Portal)
 
 
 
World's first affordable robot butler to go on sale next year. Affordable robot butlers. Aren't you glad you lived this long?
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(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
"Adults today, with real resources and skills and perhaps even a measure of success in the game behind them, are taking Oregon Trail and turning it into a live action, role-playing, full contact game. I'm one of them, and I came to win"
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(The Chemical Blog (UK))
 
 
 
Here's a look at the science of whisky and how sometimes buying a bottle of something that costs as much as a decent used car seems to be a good idea
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Scientists harness anthrax to be a chemotherapy drug delivery system
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(Sky.com)
 
 
 
Apple's seven biggest blunders since Steve Jobs died
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(The Register)
 
 
 
If you know about the Bash Unix shell PANIC NOW. Everyone else PANIC when ordered
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(CosmosUp)
 
 
 
Should Pluto be a planet again? I've never stopped believing
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(The New York Times)
 
 
 
Exercise--not even once
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
Geophysicists find Earth's magnetic field is weakening 10 times faster than previously thought, which may lead to magnetic north and south poles flipping, human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
Promising: Water discovered in a small, warm exoplanet's atmosphere for first time could reveal signs of life. Not so promising: Exoplanet is a ball of gas, its surface temperatures are 600C and it is 120 light years from Earth
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(Short List)
 
 
 
If you like perfumed wool, crocodile-skin lined pockets and looking like Gordon Gekko meets Tutankhamun, this made-to-measure suit is for you
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Wed September 24, 2014
(io9)
 
 
 
Crown of Robert Baratheon from 'Game of Thrones' for sale. Warning: Wear at own risk. No refund in case of sudden, unexpected death
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
In a move that is sure to not doom the human race, scientists release Brazilian genetically modified mosquitoes into the wild. Man, that's a lot of mosquitoes
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(VG 24/7)
 
 
 
Ever wonder what Halo 5: Guardians would look like in Minecraft? Like this
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(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
Law enforcement no longer needs a cell phone tower to listen in on your phone. They now have a briefcase that does all that
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(ZDNet)
 
 
 
Apple issues iOS 8.0.1 update to fix a few minor bugs, shut off your cell service
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(CNN)
 
 
 
7 biggest gadget flops. Matthew Broderick and French Stewart come in at #8 & #9
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(Vice)
 
 
 
Bored Canadian government workers are modifying Wikipedia entries to watch their bosses deal with the fallout
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(io9)
 
 
 
Sometimes, a television show can bring the intriguing details of technology to life in a realistic way. This is not that case
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(RedOrbit)
 
 
 
Peanut allergies may be due to the dry roasting process...not genetic inferiority
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(Short List)
 
 
 
FOR SALE: One extra terrestrial vehicle. 30,000 light-years on the clock
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Magnetized fusion closes in on elusive "break-even point." No word on progress of desktop fusion
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(The Inquirer)
 
 
 
After last week's iOS 8 update, Apple set to push out 8.0.1 update to fix glitches, add another U2 album to your iTunes
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(Machines Like Us)
 
 
 
"For the first time, scientists have discovered how to produce ultra-thin 'diamond nanothreads' that promise extraordinary properties, including strength and stiffness greater than any of today's strongest nanotubes and polymers"
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(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Richard Dawkins says ET could reveal why we have sex. I knew that glowing finger was good for something
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
University of Arizona thrilled as researchers find that online classes actually do work
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(ScienceBlog)
 
 
 
Newly-discovered gene found to protect teens from alcohol problems - unless they drink with friends, then all bets are off
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(New York Magazine)
 
 
 
People who believe in guardian angels also believe in the speed limit
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(International Business Times)
 
 
 
50 new geoliths discovered in Kazakhstan, including some carved out of the landscape by Kazakhstan proto-Nazis (pics)
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(Here Is The City)
 
 
 
"Speed runners impress and bewilder me - I don't understand why they play through games in order to complete them in the fastest time, but to each to their own. The latest news is a speed runner beating everything in GTA III in under 7 hours"
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Black holes, which didn't exist, then existed, no longer exist again
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(Telegraph)
 
 
 
India quietly puts a satellite in orbit around Mars, hopes to explore Jupiter's Red Dot next
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
Scientists discover that larger animals deter cancer, so eat up
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Tue September 23, 2014
(Metro)
 
 
 
If you dig random strangers waking you up every morning, boy have we got an app for you
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
It turns out the iPhone 6 isn't made from adamantium. THIS IS AN OUTRAGE
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Single unlabelled biomolecules can be detected through light, especially after last call
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(Carl Sagan Portal)
 
 
 
The Tuesday Night Science Channel Discussion Thread
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(RedOrbit)
 
 
 
Trees grow up so much faster nowadays
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(Gamasutra)
 
 
 
Video game company kills 7-year-long project to make an MMO that would kill World of Warcraft, because they couldn't make it fun. FARK: Company is Blizzard
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(Dice)
 
 
 
The latest hotness in smartphone apps: actually talking into your phone
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Preserving crucial tern habitat in Long Island Sound proves to everything, there is a season
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(Science Alert (Australia))
 
 
 
The paper towel is mightier than the hand dryer
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(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
"Watching the iPhone 6 being pulverized by a bullet is so satisfying" (slo-mo vid included)
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(NASA)
 
 
 
The coolest picture of the Eye of Sauron overlooking Mordor you'll see today
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(Royal Society of Chemistry)
 
 
 
Why your cup of coffee might be killing you RIGHT NOW
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
Tiny implants could give people a healing factor, perhaps even Adamantium claws
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(Short List)
 
 
 
10 style lessons from Quentin Tarantino - for when you absolutely, positively have to out-dress every motherf*cker in the room
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(Short List)
 
 
 
Fun Netflix site celebrates spoilers. Turns out Bruce Willis is the man behind film streaming this whole time
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(Boston Globe)
 
 
 
Why do recently discovered dinosaurs have such awesome names (like Khaan, Sauroniops, Raptorex, and Dreadnoughtus)? Because today's scientists are super dee-duper
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(Science Daily)
 
 
 
In addition to folic acid, expectant mothers should add an iron supplement to avoid having babies with Jenny McCarthy Syndrome
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(Fox News)
 
 
 
Man invents mobile keg robot, or as FARKers would call it, "Meals on Wheels"
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(darkMORE Ops)
 
 
 
So what happens when you put slow loris DOS attack on steroid? I managed to crank up 504 connections from a single IP in less than 85 seconds. To make it worse, you can do it from Windows, Linux and even a MAC
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(Stuff.co.nz)
 
 
 
The iPhone 6 - bigger is better
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(Stuff.co.nz)
 
 
 
The iPhone 6 - bigger is not better
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
What you need to know about plutonium: it saved the Apollo 13 astronauts' lives, it powers the Mars rover, it was created at UC Berkeley, it's helping treat cancer, and it's named after the Disney dog. That last fact is pure Pu
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(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Old and busted: Google caught funding anti-net neutrality groups. New derpness: Google caught funding climate change denial groups
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Mon September 22, 2014
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
If you thought rock, paper, scissors was just a game of chance, think again. Here's how to win every time
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(NPR)
 
 
 
And Iceland's getting larger
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
David Livingstone's only known beetle specimens have been rediscovered at the British Museum, 150 years after he brought them back from Africa, proving once again that god has an inordinate fondness for beetles
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(The Guardian Express)
 
 
 
You can stop fretting about not going to the gym as science says that everything you perceive may be a 3D hallucination in a 2D world
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(ABC News)
 
 
 
New tool against emerald ash borer is a tiny robot made to look like a female beetle that carries enough juice to electrocute the males when they inevitably jump on its back to mate with it (pics)
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(CTV News)
 
 
 
You can now use your 3D printer to make Nutella (vid)
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(NPR)
 
 
 
Is that your amygdala, or are you just altruistically happy to see me?
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(Scientific American)
 
 
 
Physicists have used a quantum connection Albert Einstein called "spooky action at a distance" to link 500,000 atoms together in a new state of matter in which all the atoms' fates were entwined
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(CBC)
 
 
 
Scientists find high levels of painkillers, cocaine and amphetamines in Canadian rivers. Also, the happiest fish in North America
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(Mark Evanier)
 
 
 
Fox News: "Popeye not having a pipe is a PC conspiracy" Comic & cartoon writer: "Let me introduce Free Market Man to another superhero: Captain Obvious"
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(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Scientists create 'evolved' protein that may stop cancer from spreading. Still no cure for cancer
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(Forbes)
 
 
 
Snail thought to be extinct since 2007 found about three feet away
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(Guardian)
 
 
 
On the internet, no one knows you're a pedigreed dog
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(Kotaku)
 
 
 
"Rock Band' is finally dying. Good
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(Wired)
 
 
 
...eBadges? New Jersey don't need no stinkin' eBadges
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(Hexus)
 
 
 
Crooks are buying up cheap PC games in Asia by the hundreds, selling the activation and DLC codes back to western gamers, then throwing away the game and they're making a fortune doing it
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(io9)
 
 
 
Space X Falcon 9 successfully blasted off to the ISS, carrying the first 3D printer ever sent into space
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(The Hindu)
 
 
 
Apparently Chapati is irresistible to Sarah Connor
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