Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Wednesday is fruitful

Hello there. The linkworthy news hasn't been flowing as it usually does. Apparently there isn't much intellectual news floating around. Here's what I've got for you today..

To start your day off right, check out this prediction for the near future...Sure, initially I was glad when China toppled the Bush regime and executed the “retarded tyrant” as I love to call him... [politics] (

The Iranian media sees the president of the United States as an out-of-control religious fanatic, pretty much the same way the American press sees the president of Iran. [politics] (

Which is a bigger threat: Al Qaeda or the Dept. of Homeland Security? The price of living in fear. [politics] (

How the CIA Created a Ruling, Corporate Overclass in America [politics] (

China is quietly revaluing its currency (

"What We Are Seeing Is the Fall of America" [politics] (

H.R. 1955 -- Passed by the House -- Will it be illegal to have a brain, a sense of honor, and a voice. [politics] (

Of course MSNBC (80% owned by General Electric) doesn’t want Kucinich to be in the debate. General Electric is a nuclear powerhouse and Dennis Kucinich has been an enemy of nuclear power for years. [politics] (

European press: It wasn't a miracle - Hillary won via a rigged vote [politics] (

Kucinich: “This is the third time in two months that President Bush has actively and systematically sought to deceive the American public into thinking Iran is threatening security around the world” [politics] (

Twenty-five U.S. Military Officers Challenge Official Account of 9/11 [politics] (

When the Federal Reserve increases the number of dollars in circulation each dollar you earn buys less. Each dollar you've saved is also worth less. [politics] (

Showdown Over Destroyed CIA Tapes This Week [politics] (

The Map Of Allowed Wanderings. A Bit Depressing, This. (

You know the world has changed when.. (ipc) (

Helium Crisis Coming. [science] (

Four decades ago, Norman E. Borlaug developed a wheat variety that fed the world. Now he's battling a pathogen whose spread could cause starvation [science] (

Nine Critical Questions to Ask About Alternative Energy [science] (

Source of Mysterious Antimatter Found [science] (

The Economics of Marriage [science] (

jupiter's big red spot? not what we thought. (

"Don't talk to strangers" is just about the worst possible advice you can give a child. (

Natures Batteries: Simple and Safe ways to store energy. (

We Swear! We're Not Gauging You! - Exxon makes $39.5 billion in 2007, the largest ever profit in US history [politics] (

Ultra-thin MacBook finally announced (

Underwater city could be revealed [science] (

Raise a Pint: Scientists Say Beer Has Essential Cancer-Fighting Agents [science] (

"Europa, potentially, has all the ingredients for life...and not just four billion years ago...but today." [science] (

US drafting plan to allow government access to any email or Web search (

More Creative Furniture for Cramped Urban Living: 20 Pieces of Ingenious ‘Flat Pack’ Furniture (

MST3K (Mystery Science Theatre 3000) has returned. (

To avoid embarrassment, US Navy is blaming rogue radio ham for Hormuz incident [politics] (

Why I Will Not Be Using Facebook - Fierce yet detailed attack on the social networking site. (

Don't just stand there - new research suggests that we also think with our bodies [science] (

Messenger spacecraft will pass within 124 miles of Mercury's surface at 12 noon EST today [science] (

Brazilian berry destroys cancer cells in lab, UF study shows [science] (

Risking their jobs, NASA employees stand up to the police state - and win (

Study: Bisexuality In Women Not Just A College Experimental Phase [science] (