Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Metroid Other M Spectacular New Gameplay Trailer

A new gameplay trailer for the upcoming Metroid game on Wii has been revealed and it shows some rather innovative gameplay...


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Switched On Courier courts the creative

Should the concepts in a video detailing a new Microsoft-developed device dubbed Courier come to fruition, Microsoft and Apple may find themselves on unfamilair sides as an old rivalry turns to the new frontier of convergence tablets, with Apple providing the workaday access product and Microsoft providing a niche but empowering tool aimed at ...


Baby With A Bad Attitude Video

This little kid is learning how to count but gets quickly annoyed after she reaches two and tells people what to do.


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Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Coming Soon to Gmail Chat File Transfer

Google just announced a small but useful update to the chat feature in iGoogle and Orkut, Google's social network.

You can now use the chat feature to send ...


EMP The Next Weapon of Massive Destruction

Some argue it's time for the US to worry about an electro-magnetic pulse attack by setting aside a day every year to worry about it.


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How condoms could save the forests

A new programme from the world's largest single buyer of condoms could boost rubber tapping and reduce deforestation.


Gulf Stream is not slowing down

Scientists confirm that there is no slowing of the Gulf Stream ocean current, as predicted by some models of climate change.

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Temptation Location Found in the Brain

A specific region of the brain could be responsible for the human ability to resist temptation, a new study says.


Monday, 29 March 2010

Grasshopper outlook strikes fear on Western range

Grasshopper infestations have taken on mythic tones here on the arid prairie of northeastern Wyoming � they blanket highways, eat T-shirts off clotheslines and devour nearly every scrap of vegetation on ranches and farms.


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Drunk Man Arrested for Attempting CPR on Roadkill

Full marks for trying to play god whilst intoxicated.

Expect copycats to attempt similar roadkill resurrections


New PlayStation 3 Update Removes Linux Support

Firmware disables "Install Other OS" system feature available in all pre-slim models.


Sunday, 28 March 2010

Chat Roulette Funny Piano Improv 2

Your host, Merton, freestyling in real-time with random strangers on Chat Roulette.

Video #2.


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Superstitious Threatens Tiny Creature

For some residents of the African island nation of Madagascar, encountering the tiny mammal called the aye-aye is as bad as meeting death itself.


Saturday, 27 March 2010

Earth Hour 2010 Record 121 Countries to Go Dark

For Earth Hour 2010, record-breaking millions of businesses, homes, and landmarks around the world will turn off their lights Saturday evening for the sake of the planet, conservationists say.


In PostGoogle China Censorship is Unfazed

The People's Republic of China doesn't have Google search to kick around any more, but it's still got network filters and cautious Web surfers and site owners under its thumb.


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Friday, 26 March 2010

Thursday, 25 March 2010

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Wednesday, 24 March 2010

The Red State Sex Fetish

Sandra Bullock's husband's mistress revealed she often gets approached by men who are into "pedal pumping." Anneli Rufus on a strange sex fad in conservative America.


Climate Change Presents A Burr For Coffee Growers

Growers recently gathered at the World Coffee Conference in Guatemala to share concerns about what will happen if the weather changes in the places where they have produced coffee for generations.

Because coffee plants are sensitive, many growers are trying to prepare for the possibility of a warming planet.


Fake Game Installer Punishes Pirates Via Epic Privacy Breach

Over the years would-be game pirates have been targeted in a number of ways such as through draconian DRM schemes and even viruses.

Now it appears that file-sharers who thought they were going to download a high-profile interactive erotic novel have been instead treated to a security and privacy breach of epic proportions.


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Office worker is only man on Earth to see exploding comet

An amateur stargazer has captured the moment a comet exploded in space - an event missed by the world's professional astronomers.


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Saturday, 20 March 2010

The Pacific and Adjacent Theaters in WWII [PICS]

The Pacific, produced by Tom Hanks & Steven Spielberg WWII has again come into the living rooms of American families.

The Pacific will focus on the US Marines in the Pacific Theater of the war. This photo collection focuses on The Pacific War, a term referring to parts of World War II that took place in the Pacific Ocean, the islands of....

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Acne drug prevents HIV breakout

Johns Hopkins scientists have found that a safe and inexpensive antibiotic in use since the 1970s for treating acne effectively targets infected immune cells in which HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, lies dormant and prevents them from reactivating and replicating.


Friday, 19 March 2010

What the Hubble Space Telescope Really Sees

The nearly 20-year-old Hubble Space Telescope has taken many iconic images of the cosmos and is even the star of a new 3D IMAX movie that gives viewers a chance to fly through those snapshots.

But does Hubble show us what the universe really looks like?


Court says NO to child porn charges over Sexting

A Pennsylvania appellate court upheld a preliminary injunction on Wednesday barring local prosecutors from filing felony child porn charges against a teenage girl who took a partially nude photo of herself with her cell phone.


Flowchart [comic]

Flowchart [comic]


Clintons not counting her nuclear chickens just yet

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton emerged from a long afternoon of talks with her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, to say "don't count your chickens before they hatch," when asked when the treaty, intended to radically slash US and Russian offensive nuclear arsenals, would be ready for signing.


Thursday, 18 March 2010

Revealed Bush warned 911 Commission about crossing line

Senior Bush administration officials sternly cautioned the 9/11 Commission against probing too deeply into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, according to a document recently obtained by the ACLU.


A Banking Battleground Infographic

Despite the power of big banks, small institutions still dominate huge swaths of the country and hold nearly half of bank deposits overall.


Unlocking the Secrets of Jupiters Giant Red Spot

New thermal images from powerful ground-based telescopes show swirls of warmer air and cooler regions never seen before within Jupiter's Great Red Spot, which has persisted for as long as 200 to 350 years, based on early telescopic observations, enabling...


MacGruber Delivers The Goods

To answer the immediate question at hand, "MacGruber" is in fact the funniest Saturday Night Live spinoff since "Wayne's World" in 1992.

Time to break down who's in it and why it's funnier than the last decade plus of SNL movie adaptations.


Wednesday, 17 March 2010

The New Doctor Death

Despite criminal charges in both states, Dr.

Lawrence Egber, the head of a radical right-to-die, insists his work is compassionate and necessary.


Are we headed for a banking quotdoom loopquot

In June, President Obama called for the creation of an agency that would be "independent," with "broad authority" and the power to "combat the worst abuses in mortgage markets." The agency would "have an independent seat at the table in our financial regulatory system." Well, that was before the banking lobby went into action.


Should Fox News Dump Glenn Beck

Beck is a huge star at Fox News, but not everybody there loves him.

Is the explosive host becoming more trouble than he's worth?


Gunman tries to attack Lenins corpse in Red Square

A man armed with a high-powered gas pistol tried to break into Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin's tomb on Red Square in Moscow, shooting a policeman in the process.


Tuesday, 16 March 2010

RNC Blacks Out Paid for by RNC Line on Tea Party Signs

Last week, the Take the Town Halls to D.C.� campaign got a small amount of negative attention for LISTEN TO ME!� signs being distributed to activists by the Republican National Committee.

But today, the LISTEN TO ME!� signs � a stack of them were underneath a 2005 Bush-Cheney inauguration bag � looked like this.


1 Gene Lost 1 Limb Regained Scientists Demonstrate It

A quest that began over a decade ago with a chance observation has reached a milestone: the identification of a gene that may regulate regeneration in mammals.

The absence of this single gene, called p21, confers a healing potential in mice long thought to have been lost through evolution and reserved ...


Englands Lost Wildlife [Pics]

A new report from Natural England documents about 500 types of flora and fauna that have been lost completely from England.

Here are some examples of those species, plus some that are threatened � and a few success stories, too


Monday, 15 March 2010

19 Interesting Ways We Use Bamboo

Humanitys relationship with bamboo is extensive, stretching across a myriad of cultures and spanning thousands of years.

Considered a symbol of fertility in Chinese culture and a symbol of friendship in India�has been utilized in a multitude of ways that might seem a tad eccentric, especially by North American standards.


6 Albums By Rock Legends That Were Thinly Veiled Fk Yous

Most rock albums are motivated by drugs.

But a few are motivated by good old fashioned revenge and mindfuckery.


Peter Graves DEAD Actor Found In Pacific Palisades Home

Peter Graves, star of Mission Impossible and Airplane! has reportedly been found dead in his Los Angeles area home.

The actor was 83.


Mexico gunmen kill American consulate staff

Gunmen in the drug war-plagued Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez killed two Americans and a Mexican linked to the local U.S. consulate, an attack U.S.

President Barack Obama said "outraged" him.


Sunday, 14 March 2010

The Frame Hunting for quotThe Hobbitquot PICS

The discovery of Homo floresiensis shocked and divided scientists.

Here apparently was a band of distant relatives that exhibited features not seen for millions of years but were living at the same time as much more modern humans


Saturday, 13 March 2010

China warns Google as Internet row deal seen soon

China warned Google, the world's largest search engine, against flouting the country's laws on Friday, as expectations grow for a resolution to a public battle over censorship and cyber-security.||The chief executive of Google,...


Venezuela Murder Rate Has Quadrupled Under Hugo Chavez

One person is murdered every two hours in Venezuela.

Chavez blames the high crime rates on wealth inequality created under former leaders, but that doesn't explain why the murder rate has exploded during his decade-plus in power.


Friday, 12 March 2010

New Mandatory National ID Card in 2010

National ID cards, long feared by privacy advocates, may soon become mandatory for American workers.

In a bipartisan effort to curb the hiring of illegal immigrants, two senators have proposed legislation that, if passed, will require all working Americans to carry biometric ID cards containing fingerprint records and other personal information.


Corey Feldman on Haims death

Corey Feldman on Haim's death


Meet the man richer than Bill Gates

Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim is the first man from a developing nation to become the world's richest person.


Thursday, 11 March 2010

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Does Rush Limbaugh remember 1994

I'll say it again: The party of Palin and Limbaugh can win in 2010 -- but not in 2012, and beyond


Money Magazine 20 Best Financial Web Sites

These sites have tools you can trust to help you make better money decisions


Doomsday Seed Vault Stores 500000 Crops

A global seed vault dug out of an arctic mountainside has just reached its half-million mark of seed varieties.


2 Sons Push 81yrold Mom in Cart on 4500km Tour to Taiwan

It was up to her sons to carry out their father's promise.

The carriage is fitted with three beds, windows and heat-retaining panels to make mom comfortable. On the road, Wang Kai pulls the carriage from the front while younger brother Wang Rui, 57, pushes it from behind. The brothers' love for their mother has moved thousands of people.


Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Obama Using Bounty Hunters for Health Care Fraud

President Barack Obama said Tuesday he'll bring in high-tech bounty hunters to help root out health care fraud, grabbing a populist idea with bipartisan backing in his final push to overhaul the system.


Science Trips Out on Music in The Heart Is a Drum Machine

What is music? Its a simple question, but it leads director Christopher Pomerenke in many complicated artistic and scientific directions in his documentary The Heart Is a Drum Machine, out Tuesday on DVD.


Will Lunar Hole Become First Settlement on the Moon

An international team of scientists has discovered an enormous hole that may well become the base for a moon colony.

The lunar lava tube� is not a new find, but the lava sheet that protects it and appears not to be prone to collapse, makes it different from all the others.


Bottled Wind Could Be as Constant as Coal

Wind power has made incredible inroads into the U.S. energy system thanks to big, efficient machines standing hundreds of feet tall.

But the future of wind power may be underground.


Tuesday, 9 March 2010

8 Cool Ideas For Collecting Wind Energy

Luckily people continue to imagine and design new ways to capitalize on the power of the wind.

Lets take a look at some of the standard� and not-so-standard ideas for catching the power of the wind..


Tanker Manufacturers to Air Force Later Haters

European defense and aerospace consortium EADS and its U.S. partner, Northrop Grumman, have handed an apparent $35 billion dollar gift to rival Boeing � by packing up and going home.


Florida to Deny Tax Breaks to Films w Gay Characters

Hopes for a sequel to The Birdcage just got dampened.

That's because a new bill that increases tax incentives to lure television and movie production to Florida would deny those tax breaks to films that feature gay characters.


George Clooney Sneaks Flask Into The Oscars Vid

With no shot against Jeff Bridges, Clooney figured he might as well get loaded.


All of Lifes Ingredients Found in Orion Nebula

The ingredients for life as we know it have been found in the Orion Nebula.


Monday, 8 March 2010

No Endangered Status for Plains Bird

The Interior Department said Friday that the greater sage grouse was facing extinction but would not be designated as an endangered species for now.


Role Reversal 5 Strange Tales of Animal Male Pregnancies

Male pregnancy is a rare but real phenomenon in the animal kingdom.

In some instances, male pregnancy is the result of man-made chemicals having strange effects on male frogs and bass, prompting weird intersex developments. In other situations, male pregnancy is a natural part of how seahorses, pipefish and leafy sea dragons reproduce.


China has declared a cyber war NATO

NATO diplomatic sources have told The Times that the Chinese have become very active with cyber-attacks.Were now getting regular warnings from the office for internal security,� they said, adding that the number of attacks had increased significantly over the past 12 months.

China, they said, is among the most active players.


Are graphic designers valued and paid The bitter truths

Numerous common statements which clients say to graphic designers, it is now that I am able to answer how graphic designers should be paid.

Here are the criterias which decide how grapic designers should be paid.


Saturday, 6 March 2010

Dark dangerous asteroids found lurking near Earth

An infrared space telescope has spotted several very dark asteroids that have been lurking unseen near Earth's orbit.

Their obscurity have kept them hidden from surveys designed to detect things that might hit our planet.


Guinea Pigs In Costume Dress Your Rodent in Lace amp Spandex

Cats in costume.

Dogs in costume. Monkeys, yes, yes. But guinea pigs?


Dexter Season Five Killer Details

'Dexter' executive producer Sara Colleton offers some clues about what to expect in the new season.


Earths Magnetic Field Is 35 Billion Years Old

Evidence for the existence of Earths magnetic field has been pushed back about 250 million years, new research suggests.

The field may therefore be old enough to have shielded some of the planets earliest life from the suns most harmful cosmic radiation.


Friday, 5 March 2010

Prince Of Persia New Trailer Details You Mayve Missed vid

Prince Of Persia New Trailer: Details You May've Missed (vid


Climategate 2 More private emails go public

Undaunted by a rash of scandals over the science underpinning climate change, top climate researchers are plotting to respond with what one scientist involved said needs to be "an outlandishly aggressively partisan approach"; to gut the credibility of skeptics.


7 Most Inappropriate Kids Movies

Why is it that so many kids movies seem to be made for adults? In fact, some of the films marketed at kids are downright creepy! Here is a list of the 7 most inappropriate kids movies in recent memory:


The Impact of Food Waste On Climate Change [INFOGRAPHIC]

New research this week estimates that food wasted by the US and Europe could feed the world three times over.

Food waste contributes to excess consumption of freshwater and fossil fuels which, along with methane and CO2 emissions from rotting food, impacts global climate change.


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Bob and Obama.

That is all. (Pic)


Thursday, 4 March 2010

Magnitude 64 quake hits southern Taiwan

A magnitude 6.4 earthquake rocked southern Taiwan Thursday morning, according to the U.S.

Geological Survey. There were no immediate reports of damage, injuries or deaths.


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Vicars could be Sued for Refusing Gay Marriages

Clergy could be sued if they refuse to carry out gay marriages� in church, leading figures have warned.


To Keep and Bear Arms

The right to protect yourself, and your family, from injury and death is an essential part of your dignity as a free man or woman.

Without the First Amendment, you are a slave. Without the Second, you are a child.


Def Jam Bringing Music to the 21st Century INFOGRAPHIC

As we are now well and truly into the digital age, the music industry is going through a giant learning curve.

The winners and losers will be decided by who will be able to adapt to the changes and use new media to completely change the way people listen to music, and those who won't....


Wednesday, 3 March 2010

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Republican Obstruction at Work Record Number of Filibusters

When the Democrats regained tenuous control of the 110th Congress, filibusters by the new Republican minority skyrocketed.

Following the landslide victory of Barack Obama and progressives in 08, there was a clear mandate for change in reform in America, yet the 111th should set a new record for filibusters as part of a clear pattern of obstruction


Church must accept reality of false memories of sexual abuse

The notion that therapists can help people to 'recover' memories of sexual abuse causes serious harm


SexChanging Herbicide Makes Amphibians Sick Too

Atrazine is receiving lots of attention for turning male frogs into girls, but thats not all the common herbicide does.

It also weakens amphibian immune systems, leaving the fragile creatures vulnerable to disease.


Huge Garbage Patch Found in Atlantic Too

Akin to the Texas-size garbage patch in the Pacific, a massive trash vortex has formed from billion of bits of plastic congregating off North America's Atlantic coast, researchers say.


Tuesday, 2 March 2010

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Variety Will Kill a Bad Review of Any Movie For 400000

Last month, Variety panned a thriller called Iron Cross.

But the review has been disappeared from Variety's web site, which probably has something to do with the $400,000 Iron Cross' producers paid to Variety for an awards campaign.


Origin of Small Dogs Pinned Down

The ancestor of all those Chihuahuas, spaniels and tiny terriers likely came from the Middle East, a new study finds.


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Not sure if this is more funny or sad...but I had to chuckle.


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Craig Ferguson begins to amass his robot army...