Saturday, November 15, 2008

Random Bytes

The 50 Biggest Movies of 2009
by Michael Moran,
Nov 10, 2008

Iraq's damaged Babylon hopes for revival
By Andrew North, Nov 14, 2008

Study Shows Drivers Feel Free to Ignore Speed Limits
By Keith Barry,
Nov 14, 2008

Five Million Dead and Counting The disaster in Congo is all the more tragic because it was utterly avoidable.
By Michael J. Kavanagh, Nov. 14, 2008

Pelvis Dated To 1.2 Million Years Ago Shows Ancestors May Have Been Born With Big Heads,
Nov 14, 2008

Obama's plans for probing Bush torture
By Mark Benjamin, Nov 15, 2008

Turning Urine Into Water For Space Station Recycling,
Nov 14, 2008

Pentagon Clears Flying-Car Project for Takeoff
By Noah Shachtman, Nov 13, 2008

How Eating Red Meat Can Spur Cancer Progression: New Mechanism Identified,
Nov 14, 2008

Growth hormones for kids
By Rahul K. Parikh, M.D., Oct. 31, 2008

Pope sees physicist Hawking at evolution gathering, Oct 31, 2008

Can Animals Lie? You Want A Piece of This? (Please Please Please Don’t Take a Piece of This!)
by Carl Zimmer, Nov 13, 2008

The Incredible Journey: Microchip ID Reunites Owners with Cat - 13 Years Later
by Lisa Stein,
Nov 14, 2008

To Save the Southern Polar Environment--Dump the Antarctic Treaty
By Brendan Borrell, Nov 10, 2008

1 comment:

Jaime said...

I'm talking about Homo erectus in my class on Tuesday. Thank you once again for putting up a current news article related to the exact topic that my class is covering.

And now, back to finishing up the paper....