March 6th, 2008

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A new study shows it's not always best to keep your options open. But people want to anyway, because it's painful to lose one.
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7 Insane Conspiracies That Actually Happened. If these plots were from the movies instead of history, you'd say they weren't believable.
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How To Stop a 500-Foot Monster. A two-part post advising the military on ways to defeat Godzilla and his cohorts.
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In the game 10 Gnomes, you've got ten minutes to find ten gnomes hidden in a panoramic photograph. Click an area to zoom in, and click near the bottom of the picture to zoom out.
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Deliberate flooding in the Grand Canyon. After damming up the Colorado River, we have to artificially recreate natural floods to keep the ecosystem the way nature intended it.
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Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories has working circuit boards for their new business cards. See how they made it, what it can do, and how you can design one yourself!
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Does your computer or entertainment system look like a chaotic spaghetti factory? Then read the Top 10 Ways to Get Cables Under Control.
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Math explains the "beer goggles" effect. Of course, if you've had a few beers, math becomes more difficult.

March 5, 2008 - 9:57pm
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