Morning Cup of Links: Twenty Ten

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How to say the year. This is important in order to communicate properly and avoid petty disagreements. (via YesButNoButYes)
What Israel can teach us about security. "The questions aren't important. The way people act when they answer them is," (via Metafilter)
Most explanations of Darwinian evolution refer to genetic material as the manner in which changes are passed down to one's descendants. Now we find that prions, non-living proteins with no DNA or RNA at all, evolve in response to their environment.
Half Guilty. If one conjoined twin committed a murder and the other was innocent, how would you punish him/her/them? (via Neatorama)
5 Tiny Technologies That Will Doom Us (From The Inside Out). Sure, they were developed to improve our lives, but we've seen too many sci-fi movies to believe it.
Is there anything in the world cuter than a baby panda trying to climb out of its crib? Wen Li is like a toddler and the toddler's favorite stuffed toy rolled into one. (via Unique Daily)
4 of History's Greatest Hoaxes. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me four times, and we have a list!

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December 31, 2009 - 11:06pm
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