Morning Cup of Links: Can You Eat This?

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NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has identified 54 planets that are close enough to their stars so that conditions for life are possible. The SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) turned their antennas to the most promising candidates for a listen.
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The Drinking Bird, a Scientific Toy for the Ages. After 55 years, it still fascinated us to find out how it works.
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Here are 83 Gut-Busting Restaurant Challenges for Free Food, but only if you eat it all, and usually within a time frame. This handy guide may help you plan your next vacation road trip. (via The Daily What)
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Six Brands That Don’t Mean What They Used To. Most because they were bought by someone who just wanted a valuable name to trade on. (via Fark)
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Oscar the Grouch Picks the Oscar Winners. You can say he is talking trash here.
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Your cats may act sweet, but if these photos are any indication, they are ready to destroy you and everything you love. Don’t count on any help from the dog, either.
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10 Simple (and Fun) Image Generators. Just another way we help you impress your grandmother.

February 25, 2011 - 12:06am
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