Morning Cup of Links: Unpopular Science

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A conversation with Gary Trudeau as Doonesbury Turns 40. The comic is "...a soap opera, a tragedy, a comedy, an investigative agency, a liberal political commentary, a scourge of pomposity and corruption, a humanitarian exercise, all rolled into one." (via Metafilter)
Christoph Neimann illustrated the laws of physics as they apply to our daily lives. Now I can blame gravity for the fact that I am attracted to the refrigerator.  (via The Daily What)
They've finally found a way to make robot hands sensitive enough to grasp different types of objects. The secret is coffee grounds stuffed into a latex balloon. (via  Neatorama)
Watch a dog play Yatzee. Is this border collie really lucky, or is he cheating?
The 7 Most Unintentionally Creepy Places on the Internet. You can read about them without actually going to these websites. NSFW text.
A crow takes a bath with no force or threats whatsoever. When will he take another? "Nevermore."
The Art of the Jack-O-Lantern: More than just a pretty face! Pumpkins are not only a great art medium, but they are displayed in more homes than other kinds of sculpture.

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October 27, 2010 - 1:02am
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