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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.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

24 April - iGoogle

WebMD WaterfallWebMD Waterfall (Photo credit: Rudy Jahchan)
Diamond DA40 Diamond Star of the United States...Diamond DA40 Diamond Star of the United States Air Force Academy at RIAT 2010. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Space Shuttle Ent...Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Space Shuttle Enterprise in the James McDonnell Space Hangar (Photo credit: Chris Devers)
WASHINGTON - FEBRUARY 16: White House Press Se...WASHINGTON - FEBRUARY 16: White House Press Secretary Jay Carney takes questions during his first daily press briefing as press secretary February 16, 2011 in Washington, DC. Jay Carney, a former spokesperson for U.S. Vice President Joseph R. Biden and a former Washington Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, is replacing Robert Gibbs. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

Murdoch 'stands by' email denial
Ex-News International boss James Murdoch is questioned at the UK Leveson inquiry about phone hacking at the News of the World and political influence.  

Plans for asteroid mining emerge
  • Ice satellite is 'powerful tool'
    Europe's Cryosat spacecraft is now watching the ebb and flow of Arctic sea ice with high precision, report scientists.
  • Ancient virus DNA thrives in us
    Traces of ancient viruses which infected our ancestors millions of years ago are more widespread in us than previously thought.
  • Meerkat underdogs solve problems
    Subordinate members of meerkat troops are the best problem-solvers, say scientists who set the sociable creatures intelligence tasks.
  • Renewables 'help jobs and growth'
    Renewable energy supports 110,000 jobs in the UK and could support 400,000 by 2020, a report says, as well as generating export revenue.
  • White killer whale adult spotted
    A white orca is identified off Russia's Kamchatka peninsula - believed to be the first white adult seen in the wild.
  • Fishermen unhappy at marine zone
    Consultation is under way on plans to protect key marine habitats around Wales, but the proposals have brought criticism from some fishermen.

Blog of Rights - ACLU
A Personal Reflection on McCleskey v. Kemp
ACLU Joins in Briefing Members of Congress on the Implications of Arizona v. U.S.

James Murdoch stands by phone-hacking denials
James Murdoch, a top executive in his father Rupert Murdoch's media empire, Tuesday stood by his insistence that he knew little about the scale of...  
Pressure on Syrian regime heats up, but cease-fire still 'incomplete'


You're All Fired!: DNews Nuggets
Yes you! And your office mate in the booth next to you. And the receptionist. And your assistant. In fact, everyone is fired!  
SpaceX Test Flight to Space Station Delayed

Romney looks to win big - Albany Times Union

Prosecutors call John Edwards manipulative, ambitious - KGMI
By Maria Cheng, AP LONDON – The number of measles deaths worldwide has apparently dropped by about three-quarters over a decade, according to a new study by the World Health Organization and others. By Mohammed Huwais, AFP/Getty Images A Yemeni boy ...
Nearly 40 percent of people who have migraines could benefit from taking a daily medication to help prevent them, studies show. Yet only a small percentage of migraine patients take preventive therapy. Most rely on painkillers that treat the migraines ...
By ALAN ZAREMBO | Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES - Publication bias: It has long been a problem in medical research. Studies that show a drug or treatment is effective are more likely to be published than studies with negative findings.
By Alan Mozes MONDAY, April 23 (HealthDay News) -- Elderly women noticing the first signs of memory decline might ward off full-blown dementia by engaging in routine strength training, new research suggests. But while supervised weight-lifting seemed ...
Stockbyte/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- We're heading into that dreaded time of year for many women: swimsuit season. A study by Australian researchers seems to confirm the fear that women have of trying on bikinis or one-piece suits in store dressing rooms ...
By Caroline Copley and Ben Hirschler | ZURICH/LONDON (Reuters) - Swiss drugmaker Novartis is challenging the use of a cheap alternative to its eye drug Lucentis in parts of Britain, sparking a row over cost versus safety in treating a common cause of ...
Just how much does it cost to remove your appendix? Depending on your case and the hospital you go to, your bill could vary by tens of thousands of dollars, a new study suggests. The results show the charges for treating appendicitis at hospitals in ...
By Emily P. Walker, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today WASHINGTON -- An experimental left ventricular assist device used as a  
By AP / TOM ODULA Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2012 SPLA (South Sudan People's Liberation Army) vehicles drive on the
Google has increased the amount of storage available on Go

Guardian UK
Hollande is 'scared', says Sarkozy, as French election enters tense runoff
Candidates trade accusations after Hollande rejects president's demand for three public debates before final vote on 6 MayFrance's presidential...  
Breivik tells court he is not insane

News 24
Pienaar faces arrest in UK
South African soccer star Steven Pienaar faces another likely driving ban in England after a warrant of arrest was issued for him.  

Obama Conspiracy Theories
Shocking video: Obama’s attorney doesn’t admit birth certificate is a forgery
Coincidental comments
Kids Exposed to Bullying & Violence May Age Faster
New research shows that the genetic material, or DNA, of children who experienced violence shows the type of wear and tear that is normally...  

Feisty runaway beaver 'is no Britney Spears', says bemused owner
Axel the dog likes to help his owner thatch roofs

White House

Remarks by the President at Presentation of the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the United States Air Force Academy Football Team

Who What Why
ClassicWHO: Worth Watching—Kids, Cancer….and Cannabis Cure?

Zoe - It's our Nature
The 10-Million-Ton Scoop on Poop
Mickey Rourke to Set Up Sanctuary in Romania

Daily Galaxy
How Ancient Viruses Invaded Our Genomes --New Clues DiscoveredHow Ancient Viruses Invaded Our Genomes --New Clues Discovered
XNA (Not DNA) May Form Basis for Life on Alien PlanetsXNA (Not DNA) May Form Basis for Life on Alien Planets
Today's Hot Tech News Video from IDG--Top Right of PageToday's Hot Tech News Video from IDG--Top Right of Page
EcoAlert: ISS Camera to Provide World's Real-Time Climate DataEcoAlert: ISS Camera to Provide World's Real-Time Climate Data
 Spooky Physics --"Quantum Mechanics can Mimic an Influence of Future Actions on Past Events" Spooky Physics --"Quantum Mechanics can Mimic an Influence of Future Actions on Past Events"
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