March 2008

Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation

Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation, Strange fungus found crawling up walls of Chernobyl nuclear reactor absolutely loves

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Hotmail Full Version With Linux (Blocked By Microsoft)

Microsoft will block anyone who is using Linux from being able to use the full version of Windows Live Hotmail. Somebody should tell Microsoft that this is illegal, and they could be in for another 1.4 Billion dollar lawsuit if they continue blocking Linux users from getting the same features that everyone else gets.

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Wii Video Games Blamed For Rise In Effeminate Violence

Concerned parents are again blasting the Nintendo Wii for an incident of effeminate violence following a 13-year-old boy's limp-wristed attack on three of his classmates at a Cleveland-area middle school Tuesday.

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When is a person dead -- or dead enough?

Some doctors suggest that the modern definition of 'death' is wrong -- and that the mistake is costing lives....

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Reporter Owned By Sled

Some Canadian Global news reporter thinks the bottom of a sledding hill is a great place to do his broadcast. He was wrong.

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Bell irks ISPs with new throttling policy

"For more than a year, Bell and other Canadian ISPs have utilized “shaping” techniques, essentially slowing down certain kinds of Internet activity on their networks while giving priority to other data. Most of the traffic being shaped is peer-to-peer traffic, which is used to transmit large files, such as movie files."

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No, the LHC won’t destroy the Earth

Two men are suing to stop the LHC from being switched on, saying it may be dangerous and might even destroy the Earth:

But Walter L. Wagner and Luis Sancho contend that scientists at the European Center for Nuclear Research, or CERN, have played down the chances that the collider could produce, among other horrors, a tiny black hole...

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