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Giant Jellyfish Previously Unknown To Science Washes Up In Australia
Thu Feb 6, 2014
So Australia is still producing terrifying animals? Great
New Oculus VR 'Crystal Cove' prototype headset blows the original away
Wed Jan 8, 2014
That's good news. The Oculus Rift is still a good idea and if it can get popular enough I am excited to see the games that come out utilizing it. Not to mention all the training and other uses it might have.
Guides ready for two-week sprint with health site working better
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Democrats did have a better plan. The problem is that Republicans wouldn't accept either a single payer plan or a public option. I would like it too if the parties would sit down and talk something out, but honestly I don't see the Republicans doing so until they shrug off the members of their party …
Regulators adopt 'Volcker rule' to curb banks' risky bets
Tue Dec 10, 2013
I'm no financial financial insider or anything, but these new regulations dont seem to have much teeth in them. Hopefully I am wrong and, as Ron said, we can get the Glass-Seagall rules back in place in the near future
Tesla Model S tops satisfaction survey, safety probe notwithstanding
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Anyone selling their Tesla stock is a fool. This company ONLY has two vehicle fires, which is actually pretty good. Not only that, but in the first fire the car told its driver to pull over and vacate the vehicle. My car doesnt do that. This company is only going to do better and better as it rolls …
End of the road for 'Government Motors'
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Could you include the end profit or loss the US government took on the purchase, and subsequent sale, of these stocks in the article please? I am curious.
In a still-anemic job market, Bush-era unemployment benefits program set to end
Tue Nov 19, 2013
I don't know if you could tell by the name but i tend to be liberal It is a Bush kudos bill. I'm not afraid to give praise where praise is due. The bill was very necessary and I believe still is. I fault Bush for MANY things but him signing this bill into law was a good move. PLEASE renew it. Unempl …
Vlad the Impaler: The real Dracula was absolutely vicious
Thu Oct 31, 2013
In reply to: R Porter #2 Personally, I think it would be worthwhile for more of the internet to be devoted to the pursuit of knowledge, of which history is just a part.
Gold rush sparked by global financial crisis devastates Amazon
Tue Oct 29, 2013
Mercury doesn't just disappear in a "few short years". Sure, the trees may regrow eventually, over the course of decades or centuries, but the animals in the area, some already endangered, will have a high rate of mercury poisoning for hundreds of years at least
Beijing introduces new rules to curb car use on bad pollution days
Thu Oct 17, 2013
This is the kind of thing that many people have warned China of for years. Pollution is going to catch up to them and they will have to do something about it. Between that and the growing income inequality China is going to have a big problem with its economy in a few years
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