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Oct 23, 2005
Google the Moon
Almost as fun as maps.google.com, but without the roads.

Optimus Keyboard
I can't wait until these are commercially available.

Japanese breaks pi memory record
How many digits of pi can you recite?

HyrdoFoam!
Just some ordinary home-made radio-controlled boats... or are they? Somebody is going to make a lot of money with these.

(And, for anyone wondering, the background music is M/A/R/R/S "Pump Up the Volume" by Colourbox. Yes, I actually own the audio casette from the '80s.)

Sandsicaf
Painting with light and sand.



May 16, 2004
Shocking news of the tragic death of Dr. Eugene Mallove.
--AP / WBZ

Hawking cracks black hole paradox
Elements may be able to escape after all. --New Scientist

Interplanetary “Day After Tomorrow?” Part 1
Recent dramatic solar system changes and the controversy surrounding the new Emmerich film. --EnterpriseMission.com

The Forgotten Technology
Find out how one man can move large granite blocks or 10 ton buildings without any help.

Molecular basis for Mozart effect revealed
Evidence that music can affect intelligence. --New Scientist

Molecules on Mars Could Indicate Life
Formaldehyde, ammonia and benzene could have biological origin. --Earthfiles.com

English Crop Formations on Documentary DVDs
Not sure who's making these, but they're impressive. --Earthfiles.com

The Hutchison Effect
What happens when you zap things with high voltage and radio waves? This guy is trying to find out.

Quake to hit LA 'by Sept 5'
Prediction by a UCLA professor. --AFP






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