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The average adult is exposed to more than 100,000 words daily and 34 gigabytes of information - or a fifth of the storage capacity of a notepad computer.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)The-100-000-words-day-ruin-c…

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A brand new telescope called the Visible and Infrared Survey Telescope for Astronomy (VISTA) has started observing the cosmos with astonishing results. Located at the ESO's Paranal Observatory, Chile, VISTA has become the world's largest telescope dedicated to mapping the southern hemisphere's sky in visible and infrared wavelengths.

Link: news.discovery.com/(…)new-observatory-vista-eso.htm…

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The gases that make up Earth's atmosphere came from a comet swarm, not from bubbling volcanoes as long thought, a new study says.

Link: news.nationalgeographic.com/(…)091210-comets-swarm-…

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Plastic has made a lot of things possible in the past century, proving so durable and versatile that people were soon taking it everywhere with them. In fact, there's a good chance you have some plastic in you right now.

Link: www.mnn.com/(…)bpa-is-plastic-poisoning-our-food…

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Obama outlined major new government stimulus and jobs proposals on Tuesday, saying the nation must continue to "spend our way out of this recession."...While acknowledging increasing concerns in Congress and among the public over the nation's growing debt, Obama said critics present a "false choice" between paying down deficits and investing

Link: news.yahoo.com/(…)us_obama_jobs…

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Agner Fog, an expert in software optimization is making a plea for open/standarized x86 extensions. Intel/AMD stick with proprietary ones because they feel that they get a competitive edge. Really? Who has bought a Core i7 due to the SSE 4.2 instructions? CPUs are consume extra energy and underperform as decoders/execution units are too complicated

Link: www.anandtech.com/weblog/showpost.aspx?i=661

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Is nuclear fusion the ultimate energy source, or the ultimate pipe dream? Millions upon millions of dollars are being spent to find out which answer is the right one.

Link: www.msnbc.msn.com/(…)technology_and_science-future_…

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Coerced abortions, as well as involuntary sterilizations, are commonplace in China, Beijing's protestations notwithstanding. While the Chinese Communist Party insists that abortions are voluntary under the nation's one-child policy, electronic documentation recently smuggled out of the country tells a different story.

Link: articles.baltimoresun.com/(…)0911110048_1_one-child…

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Religious people tend to use their own beliefs as a guide in thinking about what God believes, but are less constrained when reasoning about other people’s beliefs, according to a new study.

Link: futurity.org/(…)gods-beliefs-mirror-our-own…

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With last night's double-header, Dollhouse swung firmly back towards "best thing Joss Whedon's ever done" territory. The episodes also featured award-winning actress Summer Glau (from firefly and terminator). Mega spoilers though!

Link: io9.com/(…)dollhouse-gets-political-and-our-minds-a…

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Outer space, at least as we encounter it in science fiction, is basically a drug free-for-all. If character's aren’t piloting starships on Melange or Somec, then they're playing with dolls on Can-D or pumping their brains full of

Link: news.discovery.com/(…)what-drugs-are-our-astronauts…

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What does a meeting of minds really mean? To understand how people interact, we need to think of their brains as a single system, say Andreas Roepstorff, Chris Frith and Uta Frith.

Link: www.newscientist.com/(…)mg20427370.500-how-our-brai…

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Want to know how much phone companies and internet service providers charge to funnel your private communications or records to U.S. law enforcement and spy agencies?

Link: www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/12/wiretap-prices/

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When it comes to movies, the last decade gave us pirates, robots, zombies and the return of Adam Sandler as a 'serious actor.' If we missed one of your favorite's (which I am sure we did) just drop it in the comments section.

Link: www.ranker.com/(…)william-bibbiani…

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Osama bin Laden was unquestionably within reach of U.S. troops in the mountains of Tora Bora when American military leaders made the crucial and costly decision not to pursue the terrorist leader with massive force, a Senate report says.

Link: news.yahoo.com/(…)us_tora_bora_bin_laden…

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In a future partially submerged by melting glacier water, gondolas reemerge as a form of travel, riverside plants nestle up against neon street signs, and aquaculture blooms under bridges. It’s Water World without Mel Gibson to ease the blow – scary.

Link: www.inhabitat.com/(…)a-haunting-visual-prediction-o…

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I find it annoying to pay late fees on movies and I am too lazy to return them on time which leaves simply complaining about it.

Link: www.27bslash6.com/blockbuster.html

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"We know the brain has been evolving in human populations quite recently," said paleoanthropologist John Hawks at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Surprisingly, based on skull measurements, the human brain appears to have been shrinking over the last 5,000 or so years.

Link: www.livescience.com/(…)091113-origins-evolving.html…

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Whether you need to get organized, take your medicine on time, track your exercise regime or count calories the iPhone acts as a nifty health tool by offering unlimited possibilities.

Link: www.ismashphone.com/(…)20-iphone-apps-that-contribu…

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The "2012" viral marketing campaign managed to stir legitimate concerns over humanity's ability to survive a possible extinction event. There's no such thing as the Institute for Human Continuity, but that doesn't mean real scientists haven't thought long and hard about the survival of the human race.

Link: news.discovery.com/(…)doomsday-plans-continuity-spe…

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Although America's supply of drinking water is considered among the world's safest, there is an urgent need to develop more stringent regulations to guide how water is monitored for pollutants, according to April Gu, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Northeastern ...

Link: www.physorg.com/news176659712.html

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