After a month …

March 26, 2011
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I can concentrate on one topic at a time (sort of): U.S. Has Earth’s Largest Energy Resources Shell scraps 2011 drilling in Alaska’s Arctic waters Shell’s Arctic woes show an energy policy on ice

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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, 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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Labor Day Science Links

September 6, 2010

While I’m doing the eight-hour brisket barbecue … Hot Water Around Giant Carbon Star Creates Interstellar Mystery Think of this as a psychology link: Israel Identifies The Perfect Terrorist Novel nanotechnology collaboration leads to breakthrough in cancer research Is Believing In God Evolutionarily Advantageous? The Frozen Zoo aiming to bring endangered species back from the […]

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Linkpost: 8/30/2010

August 31, 2010

Generating Power from Electricity in the Air Young Mars Crater Contains Water Ice, Photo Shows Man arrested at Large Hadron Collider claims he’s from the future A Quadrillion, To Scale Does Your Language Shape How You Think? New solar system looks much like home Can you identify what this image portrays? Self-cleaning technology from Mars […]

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BP Vent

May 31, 2010

I had mentioned that I was going to gripe about British Petroleum a bit more. It turns out that I did, but as a comment on another blog: Keep in mind that BP is the proverbial Bad Example. Theirs was the refinery in Texas City that burned down in 2005. Theirs was the pipeline in […]

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Science Links for 26 May 2010

May 27, 2010
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Eric Berman’s got a post about observations that contradict the Big Bang theory: Investigating an enigma at the edge of the universe Ars Technica details research that suggests we’ll see Faster-Than-Light communication before we see FTL travel: Quantum teleportation achieved over ten miles of free space Germans plan to make ‘synthetic natural’ gas from CO2 […]

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