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Oxytocin Regulates Sociosexual Behavior In Female Mice

glrotate News? (216 comments)

Haven't we known this since the '70s?

about a week ago

Study Weighs In On the Reliability of Eyewitness Testimony

glrotate Note news. (102 comments)

This has been known for 20+ years.

The problem is that most states don't allow the adverse party to introduce evidence on the general unreliability of eye-witness testimony.

about two weeks ago

Intel Drops Gamasutra Sponsorship Over Controversial Editorials

glrotate Game journalists? (724 comments)

If you have any idea what any of this is about, or who any of these people are, you're a loser.

about three weeks ago

Why India's Mars Probe Was So Cheap

glrotate Different objectives (200 comments)

NASA objective = welfare and graft

Indian objective = send something to Mars as cheaply as possible.

about a month ago

Aaron's Law Is Doomed and the CFAA Is Still Broken

glrotate Why? (134 comments)

Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.

about 2 months ago

FAA Pressures Coldwell, Other Realtors To Stop Using Drone Footage

glrotate Enough with "drones." R/C planes and copters. (199 comments)

I agree with the FAA. Given the current state of cheap R/C copters with zip-tied Herocams, I don't think the operators should be given carte blanche to do as they please. The FAA needs to start rule-making process that involves all interested parties. But, until such rules are promulgated, I think prohibiting commercial operation is a sensible temporary position. Congress has the ultimate power here, but generally, the less they're involved - the better.

about 3 months ago

Meet the Muslim-American Leaders the FBI and NSA Have Been Spying On

glrotate Wake me when its 200+ (223 comments)

Just 5? Seems to me that in a country of 300,000,000 people, covert snooping on 5 is reasonable.

about 3 months ago

Google: Indie Musicians Must Join Streaming Service Or Be Removed

glrotate People pay for music? (364 comments)

Didn't Shawn Fanning get the Nobel PRize like 15 years ago for setting music free?

about 4 months ago

TrueCrypt Cryptanalysis To Include Crowdsourcing Aspect

glrotate The NRA (131 comments)

I can just see Charlton Heston:

Any encryption in the hands of a decent person is no threat to anybody — except bad .... hear and to heed, and especially for you, Mr. Obama: From my cold dead hands!

about 5 months ago

German Scientists Successfully Test Brain-Controlled Flight Simulator

glrotate Do you have to think in Russian? (73 comments)

Not a single firefox reference to be found. :-(

about 5 months ago

Surface Pro 3 Has 12" Screen, Intel Inside

glrotate Looks badass (316 comments)

May have to get in line for the i7 model tomorrow.

about 5 months ago

Lectures Aren't Just Boring, They're Ineffective, Too, Study Finds

glrotate Socrates knew this long ago. (166 comments)

Nothing beats lightning strike Socratic method lectures.

about 5 months ago

As Domestic Abuse Goes Digital, Shelters Turn To Counter-surveillance With Tor

glrotate Digital Domestic Abuse (133 comments)

Sending a nasty email is not domestic abuse.

Stop trivializing the suffering of women that get beaten within a inch of their lives by brutal husbands.

about 5 months ago

Snowden Queries Putin On Live TV Regarding Russian Internet Surveillance

glrotate Re:Useful Idiot (396 comments)

I asked my senator if he had ever called her about his concerns. She said "no."

I''m going to go out on a limb and say that he never called Ron/Rand Paul, or any other congressman that one would assume would be receptive to the sort of grievances Snowden supposedly has.

about 6 months ago

NRC Expects Applications To Operate Reactors Beyond 60 Years

glrotate Too cheap to meter! (135 comments)


about 8 months ago

Isaac Asimov's 50-Year-Old Prediction For 2014 Is Viral and Wrong

glrotate Asimov on Global Warming (385 comments)

about 10 months ago

Diet Drugs Work: Why Won't Doctors Prescribe Them?

glrotate Re:DIET OF THE POOR (670 comments)

I.e. Fat people are too stupid to know that they should eat carrots and not Doritos.

about 10 months ago



Google 'censors its website so anti-Islam searches

glrotate glrotate writes  |  more than 4 years ago

glrotate (300695) writes "The London Daily Mail is reporting that Google is censoring its search to remove "anti-islam" results. For example, if you type in 'Christianity is' in the search bar a whole range of options flash up including controversial suggestions such as 'Christianity is fake' and 'Christianity is a cult'. Such results don't come up for Islam."
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