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)
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What Israel can teach us about security. "The questions aren't important. The way people act when they answer them is," (via Metafilter)
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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.
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Half Guilty. If one conjoined twin committed a murder and the other was innocent, how would you punish him/her/them? (via Neatorama)
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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.
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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)
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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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