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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Friday, March 23, 2012

23 March - iGoogle

Downtown Harrisburg and the Pennsylvania State...Downtown Harrisburg and the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building as seen from Cumberland County, across the Susquehanna River (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania panorama, as...Downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania panorama, as seen from the John Harris Bridge (2000). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Public Comments at 3/14/2012 Vestal Town Board Meeting

The Health Law's March Madness
March 2012 marks the two-year anniversary of President Barack Obama's signing the health law - and marks the start of the Supreme Court's...  

Sau Chin Tendulkar
RFID enables brands to link users’ real-life experiences with Facebook

Turkish PM to promote nuclear-free Middle East at summit in S. Korea
At an international nuclear security summit next week, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is expected to highlight his country’s...  

Builder who helped air 'Swift Boat' ads gives $3 million to pro-Romney super PAC
bobperry.usTexas homebuilder Bob Perry, who helped fund the "Swift Boat" ads targeting Sen. John Kerry in 2004, has joined an elite club of GOP...  

Ex-US officials investigated over speeches to Iranian dissident group on terror list

Born to innovate: Fellows Friday with Alex Odira Odundo
Carbon Forum North America 2012

Paper.li Joins StartUp Canada's National Tour as Media Partner
Today StartUp Canada launches the country’s first national entrepreneurship tour and campaign aimed at build Canada into a StartUp Nation -- and...  

Colegiala admirer of Rep. Quimbo drops by Corona trial

Tuition fees and accessibility to higher education
The Stream, March 23: Water Security Is National Security

NASA's THEMIS Satellite Sees a Great Electron Escape
When scientists discovered two great swaths of radiation encircling Earth in the 1950s, it spawned over-the-top fears about "killer electrons" and...  

Top NPA officials prepare for Louka extradition
Senior National Prosecuting Authority officials have prepared a request for George Louka’s extradition from Cyprus, it has been reported.  

Zimbabwe group investigating Trump hunt
Now It’s Louisiana’s Turn

Birther Bills: They’re Back!
Wall Street's Huge Bet on Romney

Solving War Crimes With Wrist Bands: The White Savior Industrial Complex
Newt calls Obama's Trayvon Martin comments 'disgraceful' (Maggie Haberman/Politico)
Corn on "Hardball": Health Care Heads to the Supreme Court

We're Still at War: Photo of the Day for March 23, 2012
  • Giant asteroid 'resembles planet'
    The giant asteroid Vesta has many features that are usually associated with rocky planets like Earth, according to data from a Nasa probe.
  • Inbreeding did not kill mammoths
    The last known population of woolly mammoths did not "inevitably" die out because of inbreeding and lack of genetic diversity, a study suggests.
  • Europe's space freighter launches
    Europe's ATV space freighter blasts off from Kourou in French Guiana on a mission to resupply the International Space Station.
  • Solar tariff loss for government
    The government fails to get permission to appeal to the Supreme Court over its plan to cut subsidies for solar panels on homes.
  • Shell sued over Nigeria pollution
    Lawyers representing a Nigerian fishing community take oil firm Shell to court in London over alleged unpaid compensation for recent oil spills.
  • Nuclear waste consultation closes
    The consultation on UK's high-level radioactive waste comes to an end, as Cumbrian councils say whether they want talks on a repository site to go ahead.
Exclusive: OWS Activist Cecily McMillan Describes Seizure, Bodily Injuries in Arrest by NYPD

Statement by the Press Secretary on President Obama’s Meeting with Prime Minister Gilani of Pakistan
Shiny new tool for imaging biomolecules

New epilepsy gene located in dogs
Mexico crowds cheer Pope Benedict
Thousands of supporters greet Pope Benedict XVI on his first visit to Mexico, as he denounces the "evil" of drug-related violence in the country.  

Surprise US World Bank candidate
EU steps up sanctions against Assads
Asma al-Assad, president's British-born wife, will still be allowed to visit UK, says William HagueThe European Union has stepped up pressure on...  

France shell-shocked by Toulouse tragedy

Facebook logout ad price equal to takeovers on other sites; advertisers still question value
Today on New Scientist: 23 March 2012

Soldier formally charged with 17 counts of murder

Flashing UFO filmed over UK
Global Health Expert Chosen As World Bank Nominee

Memo: Corzine Ordered MF Global Customer Funds Moved To London
A Personal Note as Obama Speaks on Death of Boy - New York Times

You’ve got till tomorrow to pay up, pal…

What's In My Mouth?: DNews Nuggets
This poor girl has dental surgery and her mother cannot resist pulling out the camera to film her anesthetic induced stupor.  

Uncomfortable on Bike? Check Handlebars
People who spend a lot of time on bicycles or in spinning class often complain of genital numbness, and now a new study in women suggests that low...  

Many Gynecologists Don’t Talk About Sex
A study from the Stanford University School of Medicine is published this week in Psychological Science showing that children who experience difficulty with math exhibit an altered brain function from anxiety. When it comes to equations and formulas, ...
Johnson & Johnson executives decided in 2009 to phase out a hip implant and sell off its inventories for use in patients just weeks after the Food and Drug Administration asked the company in a letter for added safety data about the implant, ...
The Food and Drug Administration must address the use of antibiotics in livestock, a federal judge in New York has ruled in a lawsuit, a signal that the FDA may soon ban the practice due to longstanding public health concerns.
LONDON — The development of a novel antidepressant ground to a halt this week when researchers found it did not make patients feel any better than the pills they were already taking. The drug firms took the hit, with shares tumbling in Targacept, ...
Offering free nicotine patches or intensive counselling to smokers calling the English NHS helpline does not help them quit, a study in the BMJ says. University of Nottingham researchers found that this additional support - on top of what is already ...
John Raoux, AP Doreen Watson-Beard, 49, is one of the millions of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. John Raoux, AP Doreen Watson-Beard, 49, is one of the millions of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease and ...
By LAURIE BURKITT BEIJING—China officials plan to phase out organ harvesting of death-row inmates, a move to overhaul a transplant system that has for years relied on

Marxism 'no longer responds to reality,' pope says of Cuba
Responding to Pope Benedict XVI's comment that Marxism "no longer responds to reality," Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said Friday that his...  

Facebook speaks out against employers asking for passwords
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Phosphorus Essential for Human DNA -- Rare in our Solar System and May have been Non-Existent on Early EarthPhosphorus Essential for Human DNA -- Rare in our Solar System and May have been Non-Existent on Early Earth
Becoming Supermassive! -- New Discoveries on HyperGrowth of Black HolesBecoming Supermassive! -- New Discoveries on HyperGrowth of Black Holes
Rogue Warp-Speed Planets Escaping Milky Way at 30-Million MPH!Rogue Warp-Speed Planets Escaping Milky Way at 30-Million MPH!
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