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  • Herschel Space Observatory Finds Precursors of Life In Orion
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    ogre7299 recommends an announcement out of Cal Tech on a milestone for HIFI, the Herschel Space Observatory’s Heterodyne Instrument for the Far Infrared. “The Herschel Space Observatory has revealed the chemical fingerprints of potential life-enabling organic molecules in the Orion Nebula, a nearby stellar nursery in our Milky Way galaxy. … This detailed-spectrum, obtained with the Heterodyne Instrument for the Far Infrared (HIFI) — one of (more…)



  • Woman Crashes Car While Shaving Vag
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    While on the way to Key West, Barnes sensed that her vaj wasn’t smooth enough, so she decided to shave it. The Thunderbird she was driving slammed into the back of another vehicle and she kept on going.

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  • Falkirk 0-2 Celtic
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    Robbie Keane nets a double in Celtic’s win at Falkirk to narrow the gap on league leaders Rangers to 10 points.

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  • Portal is updated with new ending; teasing Portal 2?
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    Take a look at the new ending below, but remember it’s spoilerific if you haven’t completed the game yet.

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  • These sports banners really should be banned
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    The sports world is rife with totems celebrating athletic excellence, such as the 17 Boston Celtics championship standards displayed at Boston’s TD Garden. Then there’s the other stuff; the lamest banners in the sports world. Here are a few examples.

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  • Is the internet making us stupid?
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    How we seek breadth of information, and sacrifice depth

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  • PayPal Freezes Cryptome’s Account
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    grimwell sends in the news that after Cryptome’s little run-in with Microsoft and NetSol, the activist site has now had its funds frozen by PayPal. Cryptome founder John Young notes, “Google lists thousands of instances of this asymmetrical high-handedness.” “We have reviewed your PayPal Account, and due to the excessive risk involved, we would like to begin parting ways in a manner that is least disruptive to your business.”

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  • Hurst sees England falling short
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    World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst says he does not expect England to win the World Cup in South Africa this summer.

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