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We remember electron microscope developer James Hillier at Corpus Obscurum.
Download free MP3s from local artists such as Askeleton, the Hopefuls, Chris Koza, M.anifest, the Plastic Constellations, and more at Music To Go.
South Buffalo congressman Brian Higgins (D-NY) walked out of a Catholic church service last Sunday after a deacon berated him during a sermon for the lawmaker's recent vote supporting stem cell research.
Researchers believe that carbon monoxide prevents the development of multiple sclerosis symptoms, such as paralysis, by stopping harmful molecules called free radicals from forming in the nervous symptom.
Citing the controversy surrounding the Dakota Fanning film Hounddog, the leader of the state Senate Republicans says he wants the government to review scripts before cameras start rolling in North Carolina.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
A group of Minneapolis residents blog about energy policy and issues relating to climate change at Energista.
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British comedian Ricky Gervais (The Office, Extras) interviews Larry David and Christopher Guest for Britain's Channel 4.
Top 25 Worst Album Covers of 2006 via Pitchfork
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"We hope all New Zealanders will recognize this meat industry milestone and mark it by enjoying lamb for dinner on Feb. 15, to celebrate 125 years of meat exports."
— Agriculture Minister Jim Anderton, declaring February 15, 2007, "National Lamb Day" in New Zealand
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