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- The Girl Who Survived The Brain-Eating Amoeba
- Can Scientists Predict the Future of Evolution? | Simons Foundation
- Why Poor Schools Can’t Win at Standardized Testing – The Atlantic
- Terror Plots
- The little girl who may hold the secret to aging
- Can the Carpenter Siblings Corner the Market in Stradivarius Violins?
- Nation Apparently Believed in Science at Some Point
- Skydivers Land On Slip ‘N Slide From 5,000ft
- Guilty dog apologizes baby for stealing her toy:It is never too late for apologize for friends.
- Kids Cursing In Movies Mashup
- Baby laughing while feeding jager popcorn
- Report: Majority Of UFO Abductions Committed By Alien That Person Knows | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source
- Man’s Anxiety Not About To Let Depression Muscle In On Turf | The Onion – America’s Finest News Sour ce
- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Prison (HBO)
- ▶ Extremely Creepy 1960s Cereal Commercial – YouTube
- Amusing Planet: Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium
- WELCOME TO UTOPIA
- The Craigslist Killers
- The Sad, Strange, True Story Of Sandy Allen, The Tallest Woman In The World
- GoPro: Ram vs Dirtbiker
- Delivery on Vimeo
- Edward Snowden interview – the edited transcript | World | The Guardian
- God Pledges $5,000 For Cancer Research | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source
- Marriage Going To Be Hard To Go Back To On Monday | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source
- Staring at the Flame – NYTimes.com
- Pitchman: How Tom Emanski forever changed the sport of baseball — and then disappeared | FOX Sports
- Psychological therapy costs nothing | vox
- The Millions : A Vanished World of Readers: On Joanna Rakoff’s My Salinger Year
- Laboratory-grown beef: meat without the murder, but would you eat it? | Science | The Guardian
- IASC: The Hedgehog Review – Volume 16, No. 2 (Summer 2014) – Minding Our Minds: A Bibliographical Essay -
- Why do we have blood types? | Mosaic
- To Zion and Back – Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics, Ismail Khalidi interviews Max Blumenthal – Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics
- How do you pay for a drug that costs $84,000? – The Washington Post
- What’s So Funny? – The Chronicle of Higher Education
- Paris Review – Islands in the Stream, Bob Stanley
- How to Flawlessly Predict Anything on the Internet — The Message — Medium
- GOP governor implements GOP economics, disaster ensues – The Washington Post
- Charting the shocking rise of racial disparity in our criminal justice system – The Washington Post
- Why Do We Blush?
- Exclusive “Weird Al” Yankovic Music Video: FOIL (Parody of “Royals” by Lorde)
- Fish Heads: Delicious Yet Discarded – Modern Farmer
- Church Founded in Sixth Century Has More Modern Views on Women Than Scalia : The New Yorker
- Grandma repeatedly protested drones at base, now faces a year in jail | Ars Technica
- Nadine Gordimer, Nobel laureate exposed toll of South Africa’s apartheid – The Washington Post
- Paul Rudnick: “Hobby Lobbyist” : The New Yorker
- Yale Alumni Magazine | Articles
- An Interview with Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal | King’s Review – Magazine
- I Love All Your Teeth Equally: A Dental Hygienist on Her Work
Daily Archives: February 19, 2012
Fact of the Day (2012-02-20) : Oxford Reference Online.
February 15: The World’s First General Purpose Digital Electronic Computer is Dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania
February 15: The World’s First General Purpose Digital Electronic Computer is Dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania.
EM Cioran, on God: “If truth were not boring, science would have done away with God long ago.”
Nanosecond Trading Could Make Markets Go Haywire | Wired Science | Wired.com.
Ski Racer Aksel Svindal – 2012 FIS World Cup | Downhill Skiing | OutsideOnline.com.
Consciousness Emerges – Science News.
Demystifying The Mind – Science News.
A Brief History of Drones | The Nation.
From The New York Times: RIFF: The Upside-Down Appeal of ‘Downton Abbey’ Is “Downton Abbey’’ perfectly attuned to these times or totally out of step? http://nyti.ms/z1kRgZ Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: Can a Papermaker Help to Save Civilization? One man’s lifelong dedication to making “true paper,” as it’s been done for 1,800 years. http://nyti.ms/wNsg3p Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: Dory Previn, Songwriter, Is Dead at 86 Ms. Previn, the lyricist for three Oscar-nominated songs, became famous for her own confessional albums in the early 1970s. http://nyti.ms/zlABUo Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: John Fairfax, Who Rowed Across Oceans, Dies at 74 In 1969, after six months alone on the Atlantic battling storms, sharks and encroaching madness, Mr. Fairfax became the first lone oarsman in recorded history to … Continue reading
From The New York Times: 60 Lives, 30 Kidneys, All Linked A record chain of kidney transplants resulted from a mix of medical need, pay-it-forward selflessness and lockstep coordination among 17 hospitals over four months. http://nyti.ms/whpaUN Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: A Jewish Hockey Player at History’s Indelible Crossroad An American hockey player from Minneapolis, whose Jewish family was decimated in Germany during the Holocaust, has returned to play in his ancestral homeland. http://nyti.ms/AvpI9l Sent from … Continue reading
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