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Now that's a Study!
By CaptainShuddup  6 comments, latest 3 weeks ago:
CaptainShuddup says John Bailo says The other thing is -- people smoked tobacco for a heck of a long time, but cancer rates only skyrocketed beginning in the 1950s. I've always wondered if someone dug...

When canned standards bites a bitch in the ass
By CaptainShuddup  3 comments, latest 3 weeks ago:
Ceffer says Biting bitches in the ass is a big improvement. I thought Obmacare wasn't going to be any fun.

Nasa validates 'impossible' space drive
By zzyzzx in Baltimore MD 21230   37 comments, latest 3 weeks ago:
marcus says Nasa is looking at warp drives too. Although, that's even less likely, unless all this stuff is being reverse engineered from crashed alien ships (as long as we're talking unlikely).

Funds OK'd to build telescope to peer into universes dark sector
By tvgnus  1 comment, latest 3 weeks ago:
CaptainShuddup says tvgnus says 95 percent of the universe is made of stuff we don't know anything about So it's true then, Neil deGrasse Tyson, is full of shit?

California Agencies Roll Out Red Carpet for Hydrogen Electric Vehicles
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   4 comments, latest 1 month ago:
thunderlips11 says Iwog, oh ye of little faith. Some Silly Con Valley start up will suspend the laws of physics and come up with a means of cracking hydrogen from water that uses little to...

Has Apple Really Ever Invented Anything?
By Dan8267 in Boca Raton FL 33433   28 comments, latest 1 month ago:
Dan8267 says Heraclitusstudent says I wouldn't say Apple says computer people are nerds. They say their nerds are cooler than the others. Nit pick all you want. That 12-year-old girl sees John Hodgman's character as...

New insight into why some older adults show declining cognitive ability
By tvgnus  4 comments, latest 1 month ago:
Rin says I'd say that the workplace is the least intellectual place out there. Many jobs have a type of repetitive nature and I find it hard to believe that anyone could be inspired by...

Science Friday: Tour of the Cell and Mitosis vs Meiosis
By Dan8267 in Boca Raton FL 33433   1 comment, latest 1 month ago:
curious2 says Science Friday is always fun, though the Meiosis v Mitosis video contained at least a couple of errors. One was noted on screen, about the wall of the nucleus. Another was grammar: several...

Research: Car owners benefit from start-stop technology
By tvgnus  12 comments, latest 1 month ago:
Howdy There says I was driving a rental car in Netherlands and the car kept shutting off at intersections. Saved some gas, so great. If I owned the car I'd be worried about the effects...

Samsung and Android has put Microsoft and Windows on notice
By CaptainShuddup  22 comments, latest 1 month ago:
marcus says casandra says i switched over to a mac two years ago and i don't even think of computing anymore If someone is just doing routine internet use, and word processing and not much...

InnovationLab opening in Tuolumne County
By tvgnus  1 comment, latest 1 month ago:
The Original Bankster says these incubators rarely work.

A guy recorded his phone call when he tried to cancel cable, and it's a total n
By jvolstad in San Antonio TX 78256   4 comments, latest 1 month ago:
CaptainShuddup says I've always wanted to do that.

Yes, there are people who count things like bumble bees (8th story)
By tvgnus  posted 1 month ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine While that and a fire in Shasta County were new Friday afternoon, crews were still mopping up the remains of the Monticello fire near Lake Berryessain Yolo County that had raged over the Fourth...

Discovery could cut use of fertilizer by farmers
By tvgnus  posted 1 month ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Uses a more accurate soil test •  Can save money and help environment A discovery by a scientist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service could help farmers use less fertilizer, saving money and helping...

Low back pain? Dont blame the weather
By tvgnus  posted 1 month ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Lower back pain affects one out of three around the world •  Our findings refute previously held beliefs Sudden, acute episodes of low back pain are not linked to weather conditions such as temperature,...

Hydrogen Eggs Easier To Lay Than Thought; Chickens Coming
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   5 comments, latest 1 month ago:
Automan Empire says One of the problems with hydrogen is, it LEAKS so easily. Some of the experiments in catalyst-aided hydrolysis look promising, but I know from firsthand experience- it takes a LOT of energy...

UC Davis: Minor head injury no reason for CT scan in kids
By tvgnus  posted 1 month ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine

Smartphones start getting Infrared - at long last
By curious2  12 comments, latest 1 month ago:
curious2 says CaptainShuddup says The products we buy or see at the stores only have the features that.... support the revenue models of the cellular carriers, who are the primary customers. The FIRE economy has...

Another POS Spyware App to Avoid: Origin
By Dan8267 in Boca Raton FL 33433   posted 2 months ago:
Origin is a spyware app released by EA Games. It snoops your entire file system, browser history, and gay forum posts. Yep, even that. http://www.cinemablend.com/gam

T-Rex related to California pigeon kills
By tvgnus  2 comments, latest 2 months ago:
CaptainShuddup says I blame Global warming. And the French.

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