- Paper Banner Proves Too Tough For Tiny Football Players – Digg
- A Tiny Hamster Takes on Competitive Eater Takeru Kobayashi in an Adorable Hot Dog Eating Contest
- Bobby Jindal: “I’m Not an Evolutionary Biologist” | Mother Jones
- Distractify | 25 Unlucky Cats Whose Curiosity Has Gotten Them Completely Stuck
- Siamese Cat and Little Owl Are the Closest of Friends and Have Been That Way For a Long Time
- Judge: Hobby Lobby Decision Means Polygamous Sect Member Can Refuse To Testify In Child Labor Case | ThinkProgress
- Border Collie and Arctic Fox Play Together at the Heydalur Guesthouse in Mjóifjörður, Iceland
- Barbra Streisand Sings Incredible Medley With Jimmy Fallon In ‘Tonight Show’ Return
- Beaver Overthinking Dam | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source
- People Are Attracted to the Body Odor of Others with Similar Political Beliefs – disinformation
- Dymaxion House at the Henry Ford Museum | Atlas Obscura
- These Dogs That Comforted Each Other In Shelter Have Now Found A Caring Forever Home Together
- You’re Sitting on Your Toilet Wrong — Matter — Medium
- In Face Of Adversity, Heroic NFL Fans Continue Watching Football | The Onion – America’s Finest News Source
- September 16: One by One – Jewish Currents
- Goldfish Gets Brain Tumor Removed, Will Just Keep Swimming For Years To Come
- Useless Creatures – NYTimes.com
- Haruki Murakami: ‘I’m an outcast of the Japanese literary world. Critics, writers, many of them don’t like me’ | Books | The Guardian
- Samantha Morton: Rotherham brought back memories of my own sexual abuse | Film | The Guardian
- The #1 Secret on How To Engage With a Narcissist | Lindsey Ellison
- Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp’s relationship was far from ‘normal’ | Hadley Freeman | Comment is free | The Guardian
- Year of the Passenger Pigeon
- Tonight’s PBS Special Makes The Most Powerful Argument For Vaccines Yet | Mother Jones
- Cuba estimates US embargo has cost island $116.8bn in damages in 55 years – disinformation
- Newly discovered species defies “all existing classifications of life” – Salon.com
- The desert festival’s coolest cars, happiest campers and most mind-blowing art installations Image – Burning Man 2014’s Trippiest Photos | Rolling Stone
- Obscure Facts About the Television Series ‘Seinfeld’ That You May Not Have Known
- Were we happier in the stone age? | Books | The Guardian
- Scalia: A Court of One reviewed by Justin Driver | New Republic
- Massive Flower Sculptures at the 2014 Corso Zundert Parade in the Netherlands
- “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby”: A mesmerizing marriage drama — in three different versions – Salon.com
- The ‘world’s most humane’ prison system is so overcrowded, it’s now sending criminals abroad – The Washington Post
- 8 Antarctic Traditions | Mental Floss
- Postmodern Jukebox and The Tee-Tones Perform ‘Problem’ by Ariana Grande as a Vintage 1950s Doo-Wop Song
- I am a 14-year-old Yazidi girl given as a gift to an ISIS commander. Here’s how I escaped. – The Washington Post
- 30 Years of Coens: Raising Arizona – The Atlantic
- Readers’ Best Shots of the Supermoon – NYTimes.com
- 7 right-wing Christians who got their comeuppance in hilarious ways – Salon.com
- The New York Times Just Issued the Best Correction You’ll Read All Week | Mother Jones
- Why Men With Big Bellies Make Better Lovers | YourTango
- Lie by Lie: A Timeline of How We Got Into Iraq | Mother Jones
- A Wealthy Capitalist on Why Money Doesn’t Trickle Down | Perspectives | BillMoyers.com
- Extremely rare case of woman with no cerebellum puzzles doctors
- Blind Calico Cat Goes Hiking with Her Keen Sense of Smell and Her Humans To Guide Her Along the Way
- Video Of Michael Brown Shooting Scene: ‘He Had His F**king Hands In The Air!’
- Compilation Of Cats Bullying People Proves Who Really Rules The House
- Climate Change Will Endanger Hundreds of America’s Bird Species | Blog | BillMoyers.com
- Senate Republicans defend billionaires by keeping Citizens United alive
- 30 Years of Coens: Raising Arizona – Atlantic Mobile
- Were we happier in the stone age? | Books | The Guardian
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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