January 7th, 2008

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Scientists Use Sunlight to Make Fuel From CO2. With crude now $100 a barrel, it's finally cost-efficient to develop such technology.
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The many ways origami can be used for science and technology. Really. The Hubble telescope would never have been launched without mad folding skills.
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23 self-defense tips for cold and flu season. Wouldn't you like to be that one person in every crowd who never gets sick?
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Stop-Motion Human Tetris. The music on this is as charming as the video is clever.
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Old-fashioned cleverness often impresses us more than special effects. Like these Olympic sports illustrated by human puppets.
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Design your own cookie cutters! Great for shapes you'd never find in stores, like the Star Trek Communicator Badge.
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Cursor*10 is a fascinating but maddening game you can crack with the right strategy. If you want a hint, highlight the following hidden text. As you rise to higher levels, you'll have to compete with your own previous cursor moves.
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Midichlorians are real! Or at least they are now, since the bacteria has been named.

January 6, 2008 - 8:55pm
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