Morning Cup of Links: Wall-E Comes to Life

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Forbes' annual list of top colleges ranks Princeton as the number one school. Their ranking criteria included things like student debt load, which other lists don't.
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Australian billionaire Clive Palmer wants to start his own Jurassic Park in Queensland. Besides theme park plans, he's contacted the people who cloned Dolly the Sheep about repeating that with dinosaur DNA.
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Gabby Douglas won two Olympic gold medals in gymnastics. So why are so many people focused on criticizing her hair?
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Were the Ancient Greek athletes tougher than today's Olympians?
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The Cat Tunnel Couch is perfect for people who want to design their living rooms around their pets. It looks like a toddler or two may fit in there as well.
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Mike Senna spent two years making a real-world working Wall-E. The result is pure magic.
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Batman Meets Two-Face. But he has a little trouble figuring out exactly what's going on.
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The tiny town of Miami, Arizona, has its buildings decorated with street art featuring cats! Painted mice don't stand a chance.
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Artificial light at night can make you unhealthy and even encourage certain types of cancer. Just like too little light, too much will disrupt our millions of years of natural cycles.
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China's Olympians are winning gold medals left and right -more than any other country. But is it worth the sacrifices its young athletes go through for the motherland?
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Why Is There a Mohammad Statue at the Supreme Court? Matt Soniak has the lowdown.

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August 3, 2012 - 1:04am
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