Linkpost 6/13/11

June 13, 2011
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Yeah, there’s an app for that: Final Space Shuttle Mission Will Feature iPhones That bacteria is shooting at you: Genetically Engineered Cell Shoots Out First-Ever Biological Laser

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Linkpost, 11/4/10

December 14, 2010

New Report Reveals Ozzy Osbourne is a Genetic Mutant. I quote: “The biggest differences in Osbourne’s genes compared to other people is how he processes drugs and booze.” I can’t say I’m surprised. San Diego religious leader among those charged with aiding Somali terrorists. The dude’s name is “Mohamed Mohamed Mohamud”. If I were profiling […]

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Linkpost, 11/16/10 to 11/19/10

December 14, 2010

Airports Can Opt-Out of TSA Screening in Favor of Private Companies. Surfaces that Keep the Ice Away. Or, de-icing through nanotechnology. Sea Life Flourishes in the Gulf. A Techno-Agrarian Manifesto. Or, what the heck are we going to do with all that empty space in Detroit? Surprise Link Between Weird Quantum Phenomena: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle […]

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Linkpost, 11/29/10 to 12/1/10

December 14, 2010

A biochemist worries about the radiation levels to which air travelers (and TSA agents) are exposed to by the TSA’s new machines. Dark Jupiter May Haunt Edge of Solar System. We’ve been wondering about the way comets drop out of the Oort Cloud, and this might be an answer. Scientists trick cells into switching identities. […]

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Linkpost, 12/6/10 to 12/9/10

December 14, 2010

An FBI informant tries to infiltrate a mosque, and they turn him in to the FBI. I wish there were more headlines like this. 10 Failures of the US Government on the Domestic Islamist Threat. Taliban Murders Afghan Elder, Thanks Wikileaks for Revealing “Spies”. I really wish we were prosecuting Julian Assange for his hand […]

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Linkpost, 11/15/2010

November 16, 2010

Taking inspiration from nature: Concrete laced with bacteria Trees Infused With Glowing Nanoparticles Could Replace Streetlights Say what? Scientists find playing Tetris an effective therapy after traumatic situations The Westboro Baptist Church ran into trouble in La Plata: “We’re … ten deep for at least 300 yards.” Cocoa genome ‘will save chocolate industry’ What’s the […]

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Linkpost, 10/26/2010

November 8, 2010
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Bees’ tiny brains beat computers, study finds. For those of you in the industry, the key buzz-phrase here is “traveling salesman problem”. Japanese scientists are planning to print smells with ink-jets. Balloon filled with ground coffee makes ideal robotic gripper. Chupacabra Mystery Solved.

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