Morning Cup of Links: Improving Tube Signs

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Today is the day that Felix Baumgartner will attempt to skydive from 23 miles up. See how he's been preparing for the world record-breaking stunt.
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Who is the least deserving Nobel laureate of all time? Read about recognized experiments that turned out to be wrong or harmful and winners who should have been ignored -- or wrongfully were.
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A neurosurgeon spent seven days in a coma and came out of it believing in heaven. Now he tells exactly what he experienced.
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Why It's Hard Being A Grammar Nazi. Among other reasons, the workload is huge!
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Mythbusters tested James Cameron's version of Titanic and why Jack drowned instead of sharing Rose's driftwood. Never mind that the movie was a work of fiction, this is important stuff.
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Fake signs on the London Underground may be vandalism, but they are worth a laugh. And consequently, they may get people to actually start reading the signs.
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What if you didn't have to worry about money? That's a lovely dream we all think about, but then what would you do with your time?
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The geekiest engagement ring ever would be… Think about it first, then go see one even geekier.
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What number is halfway between 1 and 9? If you said 3, there are a lot of kids who would agree with you.
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Everything you need to know about America's meningitis outbreak. Particularly why you probably aren't in danger.
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A Brief History of the October Surprise. You don't want something weird coming out when it's too late to find another presidential candidate.

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October 9, 2012 - 2:25am
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