Morning Cup of Links: the Real Lois Lane

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What’s the difference between animals we can domesticate and animals we can’t? It’s in the genes, and it turns out that when we selectively breed friendly animals, we also get cute and smart animals.
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The Soviets always wanted to build ever bigger, better, and more modern buildings. Some of those projects look downright freakish to 21st century eyes. (via Metafilter)
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Watch a 3D video mapping experiment called Living Room. A white room and furniture is assigned different colors and textures and sent through quick changes.
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“Let me show you why you would not want to be shot by a .357 Magnum.” Not that I ever did, but this guy drove the point home convincingly. NSFW language.
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Joanne Siegel was the real-life inspiration behind the character of Lois Lane. She auditioned for a modeling job as a teenager and ended up married to Superman’s co-creator.
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The Evolution of Ghosts. Weren’t they invented to scare us? What happened?
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What to Do (and Not Do) In A Fistfight. Asking for a three-step head start toward the door isn’t a bad idea, either.

February 16, 2011 - 12:01am
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