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Researchers say proposed satellite could represent astronomy’s ‘next big leap’ — one that may help find signs of life elsewhere in the universe.

Link: web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/tess-0112.html

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Maguire was nearly replaced in Spider-Man once before, forcing Sony to line up Jake Gyllenhaal as insurance. Still, we can’t recommend that Gyllenhaal get excited by today’s news that Sony will be recasting Peter Parker, as the studio’s intended high school reboot will almost certainly limit its potential casting pool to actors 18-25.

Link: www.movieline.com/(…)who-should-replace-tobey-magui…

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Britain's big freeze is the start of a worldwide trend towards colder weather that seriously challenges global warming theories, eminent scientists claimed yesterday.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)Could-30-years-global-COOLIN…

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Pavements are being left covered in ice because of ludicrous laws that put   home owners and businesses at risk of being sued if they try to clear them.

Link: www.telegraph.co.uk/(…)Health-and-safety-experts-wa…

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“It could happen almost any time now. We now have the technological capability to identify Earth-like planets around the smallest stars.”



Link: www.dailygalaxy.com/(…)finding-a-second-earth-could…

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It's been in theaters for three weekends and director James Cameron's Avatar is still going like gangbusters. Its billion-dollar (and counting) worldwide gross makes it a shoo-in as the all-time second-highest-grossing film, but can it topple the current No. 1, Cameron's Titanic?

Link: www.newsweek.com/id/229545

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For nearly two months, home buyers with good credit who can make a 20% down payment have enjoyed 30-year mortgage rates below 5%. But as signs of an improving economy increase, the yield on bonds has been edging higher and pulling home-lending rates along as well. Is the end of the sub-5% era in sight?

Link: articles.latimes.com/(…)la-fi-mortgage-rates18-2009…

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The dodo bird could be brought back from extinction thanks to the recent discovery of an intact dodo skeleton.

Link: animals.howstuffworks.com/extinct-animals/dodo.htm

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The blogosphere and tech press are totally psyched over the pending release of an Apple tablet or pad computer -- one that will "change the world" no less. But nobody is asking the question of usage problems. If an Apple tablet is announced in January and released shortly thereafter, are the wireless networks the device will run on be overwhelmed?

Link: www.bloggingstocks.com/(…)a-new-apple-tablet-comput…

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Light-emitting wallpaper may begin to replace light bulbs from 2012, according to a government body that supports low-carbon technology. A chemical coating on the walls will illuminate all parts of the room with an even glow, which mimics sunlight and avoids the shadows and glare of conventional bulbs.

Link: www.timesonline.co.uk/(…)article6970927.ece…

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A new simulation of deciduous tree expansion into the Arctic region shows that the trees would block the highly reflective snow and increase cloud cover, causing the area to warm even faster than it already is. Although temperatures have risen throughout the globe, they've gone up most dramatically in the Arctic. Past warm periods indicate that...

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)expansion-of-deciduous-trees-cou…

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This year sure was packed with stunning turnarounds: Few foresaw a soaring stock market but tumbling approval ratings for President Obama. And it may have one last twist in store for investors.

Link: www.dailyfinance.com/(…)19298605…

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This tiny, flying robot flaps its wings 30 times per second, just like a real hummingbird, and will one day save lives by searching for survivors in wreckage and spots not easily accessible by humans.

Link: gizmodo.com/(…)this-is-a-21-million-robot-hummingbi…

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