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Old 11-14-2008, 10:21 AM   #901
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Nuclear wasteland provides ethical challenge
It's your choice. You can be good or evil but there are consequences
Nick Lewis, Canwest News Service
Published: Saturday, November 15, 2008

FALLOUT 3

Platforms: Xbox 360 (reviewed), PlayStation 3

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Cockroaches Plan Escape Routes, Study Shows
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Space cowboy
For more than 50 years, UConn physics professor Ronald Mallett had a secret. Now that it's out, we may be one step closer to traveling back in time.


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Earliest known shaman grave site found: study

LONDON, Nov. 4, 2008 (Reuters) — An ancient grave unearthed in modern-day Israel containing 50 tortoise shells, a human foot and body parts from numerous animals is likely one of the earliest known shaman burial sites, researchers said on Monday.


http://www.theofantastique.com/2008/...ard-interview/

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown Documentary - Director Frank Woodward Interview


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Sharing Their Demons on the Web
By SARAH KERSHAW

FOR years they lived in solitary terror of the light beams that caused searing headaches, the technology that took control of their minds and bodies. They feared the stalkers, people whose voices shouted from the walls or screamed in their heads, “We found you” and “We want you dead.”

When people who believe such things reported them to the police, doctors or family, they said they were often told they were crazy. Sometimes they were medicated or locked in hospital wards, or fired from jobs and isolated from the outside world.

But when they found one another on the Internet, everything changed. So many others were having the same experiences.

Type “mind control” or “gang stalking” into Google, and Web sites appear that describe cases of persecution, both psychological and physical, related with the same minute details — red and white cars following victims, vandalism of their homes, snickering by those around them.

Identified by some psychologists and psychiatrists as part of an “extreme community” on the Internet that appears to encourage delusional thinking, a growing number of such Web sites are filled with stories from people who say they are victims of mind control and stalking by gangs of government agents. The sites are drawing the concern of mental health professionals and the interest of researchers in psychology and psychiatry.

Although many Internet groups that offer peer support are considered helpful to the mentally ill, some experts say Web sites that amplify reports of mind control and group stalking represent a dark side of social networking. They may reinforce the troubled thinking of the mentally ill and impede treatment.

Dr. Ralph Hoffman, a psychiatry professor at Yale who studies delusions, said a growing number of his research subjects have told him of visiting mind-control sites, and finding in them confirmation of their own experiences.

“The views of these belief systems are like a shark that has to be constantly fed,” Dr. Hoffman said. “If you don’t feed the delusion, sooner or later it will die out or diminish on its own accord. The key thing is that it needs to be repetitively reinforced.”


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http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/0..._sonic_pr.html

Imagine a weapon that creates sound that only you can hear. Science fiction? No, this is one area that has a very solid basis in reality. The Air Force has experimented with microwaves that create sounds in people's head (which they've called a possible psychological warfare tool), and American Technologies can "beam" sounds to specific targets with their patented HyperSound (and yes, I've heard/seen them demonstrate the speakers, and they are shockingly effective).



http://www.technoccult.com/archives/...re-of-a-genre/

Science Fiction Special: The Future of a Genre
November 16th, 2008 by TiamatsVision

“Science fiction is all about the future, but what does the future hold for science fiction?

These days, science can be stranger than science fiction, and mainstream literature is increasingly futuristic and speculative. So are the genre’s days numbered? We asked six leading writers for their thoughts on the future of science fiction, including Margaret Atwood, William Gibson and Kim Stanley Robinson.

Plus, we review the latest sci-fi novels, highlight the writers to watch and reveal the results our poll of your all-time favourite sci-fi films and books.”

http://www.newscientist.com/article/...f-a-genre.html

http://futurismic.com/2008/11/13/wil...ience-fiction/




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Former temple followers move on, 30 years after Jonestown




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Secret Directed-Energy Tech Protecting the President? (Updated)


The Secret Service is tasked with protecting the President of the United States from assailants; and given that President-elect Obama has already been the target of assassination plots they may have their work cut out after January. But they have more than earpiece radios and armored limos to help them; the Secret Service can call on the very latest technology. Documents from a recent court case indicate that they have advanced directed-energy devices which are highly classified.

You may remember Donald Friedman, who claims that government agencies are misusing non-lethal directed-energy weapons. It’s easy to dismiss him as a crank. But his obsessive digging has turned up valuable information. For instance, one of his Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests unearthed a 1998 U.S. Army program looking at a microwave device to beam sound directly into the target's skull which the rest of us had missed. (The same technology underlies the Medusa non-lethal weapon.)

Now he's found something else. Friedman's current court case involves attempts to extract information about any directed-energy weapons such as lasers and microwaves used by the Secret Service. Do they really have anything of the kind? A "Motion for an Enlargement of Time" (in other words, a request for a few more weeks) by the Secret Service's attorney indicates that they have something, and it's pretty secret:

"Plaintiff's FOIA request is for document [sic] concerning directed energy technology that is very sensitive. Some of this documents [sic] pertain to research conducted by divisions within defendant agency that is used to carry out its mandate to protect very high government officials. In fact, in one case, the documents… could not be mailed but had to be hand carried interstate."



http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.ph...tpage&Itemid=1

“Book View Cafe is a new approach to publishing made possible by the Internet. While most of the fiction on the site is free, authors will also be offering expanded work, additional content, print versions, or subscriptions for a fee. Our authors are all professionals with publishing credits in the print world. The Internet is giving us an opportunity to make their out-of-print, experimental, or otherwise unavailable work to you. We love feedback on how we are doing.

Every day, new content available nowhere else will be served up on Book View Cafe: short stories, flash fiction, poetry, episodes of serialized novels, and maybe even a podcast now and then. The content will be archived and available after the posting date by visiting the author’s bookshelf.
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Sir Paul McCartney has confirmed a 14-minute long Beatles track many thought was a myth does exist - and says he wants the public to hear it.

He told BBC Radio 4's Front Row the track - called Carnival of Light - was not released because the other Beatles thought it was too "adventurous".

The full interview will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Front Row on Thursday 20 November at 1915 GMT.



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'Mythical' Beatles song confirmed
The Beatles
The Beatles recorded the track in January 1967 for a music festival

Sir Paul McCartney has confirmed a 14-minute long Beatles track many thought was a myth does exist - and says he wants the public to hear it.
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Sold at an auction for $14,850, this 100% authentic vampire kit made circa 1800 is an absolute steal, specially compared to this $12,000 kit which is from a later date and has fewer apparatus. I mean, can you really put a price to the ability to battle vampires like Kiefer Sutherland, Dick Cheney and Bono? I say no. And make no mistakes, blood-sucking undeads, because this hand-carved walnut portable suitcase comes loaded with all I need to kill you:

• Creepy-looking cross.
• Bible.
• Hand gun and silver bullets.
• Holy oils.
• Holy water.
• Mirrors.
• Candles.
• Garlic.
• Badass wood and metal stake with added cross for vampiric extra-pain.
• Extra wood stakes, just in case.

The 19th century vampire killing kit was sold in an auction as part of the Jimmy Pippen estate, which shows that the aforementioned Jimmy Pippen was a either a complete nutcase or knew something that we don't. Just in case, I'm making one myself.
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Saturn's Polar Aurora
November 12, 2008 Full-Res: PIA11396

This image of the northern polar region of Saturn shows both the aurora and underlying atmosphere, seen at two different wavelengths of infrared light as captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedi...m?imageID=3313

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Unhappy People Watch Lots More TV

Unhappy people glue themselves to the television 30 percent more than happy people.

The finding, announced on Thursday, comes from a survey of nearly 30,000 American adults conducted between 1975 and 2006 as part of the General Social Survey.

While happy people reported watching an average of 19 hours of television per week, unhappy people reported 25 hours a week. The results held even after taking into account education, income, age and marital status.

In addition, happy individuals were more socially active, attended more religious services, voted more and read a newspaper more often than their less-chipper counterparts.
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MY UFO EXPERIENCE: Reluctant 'Phoenix Lights' Witness Finally Comes Forward
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Found: An Ancient Monument to the Soul

In a mountainous kingdom in what is now southeastern Turkey, there lived in the eighth century B.C. a royal official, Kuttamuwa, who oversaw the completion of an inscribed stone monument, or stele, to be erected upon his death. The words instructed mourners to commemorate his life and afterlife with feasts “for my soul that is in this stele.”
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Turkey's Stonehenge


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The Proud Indians of Chiapas

Inside the church of San Juan de Chamula, a fine cloud of smoke filled the air. It rose in wisps from hundreds of thin, white candles, perched delicately on the floor in ranks of 5, 10, 20, 40. Scattered around them lay a loose carpet of pine needles, the green arcs overlapping in dizzying patterns. The scents of pine resin, melted wax and burning wick mingled in my nose, and the chanted prayers of the indigenous Chamulans — who knelt before the candles, with bottles of Coca-Cola and pox, a homemade sugar-cane liquor pronounced posh, at their sides — made me feel as if I’d entered another, more mysterious universe.
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Woolly rhino's ancient migration
By Paul Rincon
Science Reporter, BBC News


Woolly rhino spread west into Europe during a cold snap

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Palaeontologists have pieced together the fossilised skull of the oldest example yet found of a woolly rhinoceros in Europe.
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Dig turns up dark end of a loving Flintstones family



A set of ancient skeletons discovered in Germany has demonstrated that, just like the Flintstones, Stone Age humans formed nuclear families.

Genetic analysis of four bodies found in a 4,600-year-old grave shows that they belonged to a mother, a father and their two sons, who were buried together in one another’s arms.

The Neolithic remains, which belong to a man aged between 40 and 60, a woman aged between 35 and 50, and boys aged 4 to 5 and 8 to 9, provide the earliest firm evidence for the existence of nuclear family units.

They may also bear witness to an ancient massacre: they were interred along with nine others in four graves, and many of the bodies show signs of a violent end. One female had a stone projectile head embedded in a vertebra, another had a fractured skull, and others had cut marks on their hands and forearms consistent with self-defence.
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Borrowers heal ancient Egyptian coffin smashed in 1969 protest
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New theory says autism and schizophrenia same disease
November 18th, 2008 by Klintron

Their idea is, in broad outline, straightforward. Crespi and Badcock propose that an evolutionary tug of war between genes from the father’s sperm and the mother’s egg can, in effect, tip brain development in one of two ways. A strong bias toward the father pushes a developing brain along the autistic spectrum, toward a fascination with objects, patterns, mechanical systems, at the expense of social development. A bias toward the mother moves the growing brain along what the researchers call the psychotic spectrum, toward hypersensitivity to mood, their own and others’. This, according to the theory, increases a child’s risk of developing schizophrenia later on, as well as mood problems like bipolar disorder and depression.

In short: Autism and schizophrenia represent opposite ends of a spectrum that includes most, if not all, psychiatric and developmental brain disorders. The theory has no use for psychiatry’s many separate categories for disorders, and it would give genetic findings an entirely new dimension.
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New levitation technique floats water with noise



Some musical shake, rattle and roll has led Belgian physicists to develop a new kind of levitation. It only works for tiny drops of liquid, but could provide a new way to handle biological or forensic samples without contaminating them.

Researchers at University of Liège, Belgium, set out to recreate the way water droplets spilt on speakers danced to the bass vibrations. They substituted a vibrating bath of oil for the speakers and released 1-millimetre-wide droplets of a less viscous oil on top.
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A kind of chemical remote control has been developed by UK chemists who are able to mix and separate oily and watery fluids on demand.

The chemical, which is triggered by light, can also command microscopic nanoparticles suspended in a liquid to neatly separate themselves out for collection.

While mixing together two liquids, or mixing a powder into a liquid, is easy, reversing the process is a vastly trickier proposition.

Chemists regularly wish they could perform such tricks, says Julian Eastoe, a chemist at the University of Bristol in the UK - such as after adding expensive catalytic nanoparticles to an industrial reaction mixture.

"These particles are so small that they are almost impossible to recover," he says. It is only possible using costly processes like heating to high temperatures or ultra-high-speed centrifugation.

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Mysterious electrons may be sign of dark matter

The search continues

With so many unanswered questions, will we ever be able to say conclusively that dark matter has been spotted? Wefel thinks that experiments such as the recently launched Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope should continue to discover new possible sources of dark matter. These sources will need to be studied in other wavelengths and with other instruments in order to determine their properties.

"Then we shall see if any of them have the capability to produce the electron signal that ATIC observed," says Wefel. "How long do you search before you give up? I can't say but I suspect we'll keep going until Fermi and other instruments run out of new source discoveries. Meanwhile other experiments will try to study the electrons in more detail to see if they can 'pin down' the signature of dark matter annihilation."

However the pieces fit together, other experts say the ATIC discovery is intriguing. That's because there are still some questions about what accelerates electrons and other charged particles in space, called cosmic rays.

"Even if it proves not to be dark matter, the puzzle of how very high-energy cosmic rays are produced is still a mystery, and this work will help shed some light on it," thinks Andy Taylor, an astrophysicist from the University of Edinburgh.
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Real-life 'gremlin' rediscovered in the wild

On a misty mountaintop on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, scientists have observed a living pygmy tarsier - one of the planet's smallest and rarest primates - for the first time in more than 80 years.

Over a two-month period, the scientists used nets to trap three furry, mouse-sized pygmy tarsiers - two males and one female - on Mount Rore Katimbo in Lore Lindu National Park. They spotted a fourth one that got away.

The tarsiers, which some scientists believed were extinct, may not have been overly thrilled to be found. One of them bit Sharon Gursky-Doyen, from Texas A&M University, who took part in the expedition.

"I'm the only person in the world to ever be bitten by a pygmy tarsier," says Gursky-Doyen.

"My assistant was trying to hold him still while I was attaching a radio collar around his neck," she says. "It's very hard to hold them because they can turn their heads around 180°. As I was trying to close the radio collar, he turned his head and nipped my finger."

The collars were being attached so the tarsiers' movements could be tracked through their remote habitat.
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Woman receives windpipe built from her stem cells

A Colombian woman has become the world's first recipient of windpipe tissue constructed from a combination of donated tissue and her own cells.

Stem cells harvested from the woman's bone marrow were used to populate a stripped-down section of windpipe received from a donor, which was then transplanted into her body in June.

"Surgeons can now start to see and understand the very real potential for adult stem cells and tissue engineering to radically improve their ability to treat patients," says Martin Birchall, professor of surgery at the University of Bristol, UK, and a member of the team which constructed the windpipe tissue. "We believe this success has proved that we are on the verge of a new age in surgical careMovie Camera."
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10 Hilarious ACME Products

by Hein Marais, Oct 18, 2008
ACME is the fictional company that was used in several cartoons and TV shows like Bugs Bunny and The Road Runner. They had the funniest and most innovative products to help any cartoon character out of the weirdest situation. Or did they help at all?
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Cool Spy Gadgets for the James Bond Within You
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