March 21st, 2008

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A new study is challenging the long-standing notion that the whole solar system formed from the same raw materials. They just don't have the same chemistry, which is a classic brush-off if I've ever heard one.
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If your name is similar to a name on the federal watchlist of suspected terrorists and drug dealers, you may have a hard time buying a car, using a credit card, or using your PayPal account. But at least now there's a hotline to inquire about it.
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When you need an instant cast for your movie, marshmallow Peeps will do just fine. Enjoy 11 cinematic remakes starring your favorite Easter candy.
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John Clarke and Bryan Dawe of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation explain the subprime mortgage meltdown in a manner even I can understand.
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Discardia (March 20-April 5) is a "holiday" invented five years ago. Funny, I've been participating in it since childhood under the old name of Spring Cleaning.
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The Vernal Equinox means sunrise in the Arctic Circle and sunset in Antarctica, where the sun skims around the horizon. You'll see that effect in the charming video Antarctica Time Lapse: A Year on Ice.
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Artist Devorah Sperber renders her subjects in beads and spools of thread. Her subject is Star Trek. Together, that's too cool.
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Alarming Situations. There's an alarm clock for you out there, no matter how hard you are to wake up.

March 20, 2008 - 10:24pm
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