Bill Gates & Twitter Founders Put "Meatless" Meat To the Test
please please please, don't call it "soylent green"
The Poor Neglected Gifted Child
..and while gifted children are funneled into special programs as advertised by the article, an outsized amount is spent on students who struggle academically via large vocational training centres known as the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). comparatively, much less is spent on students studying in Junior Colleges (which lead to the British GCSE "A" Levels).
I suppose it's important to look after both ends of the spectrum; in this respect, I'd say that at last the U.S. have got half of it right.
Ears Might Be Better Than Fingerprints For ID
ears are also easier to forge - all you need is a video feed to get the shape info you need, as compared to lifting off fingerprints...
NASA Astronomers To Observe Hayabusa's Fiery Homecoming
Being the avid Sci-fi fan that I am, I can't help but wonder if the the people who made the choice of landing of Hayabusa in an unpopulated outback of Australia gave any thought to the idea that the asteroid Itokawa may be a source of biological contaminants?
What I'm saying is, Hayabusa lands in the heart of unpopulated Australia, then a small town in the area gets ravaged by "bio-terror", then the military issues a media blackout.. You know, the standard plot of a zombie outbreak ensues..
I can't be the only one who thought of this scenario.. Does anyone else think the same as me? Discuss!
tl;dr - Choice of remote Australian outback for Hayabusa to stem contagion fears in case of zombie outbreak?? Discuss.
New Ebola Drug 100% Effective In Monkeys
if the next monkey dies then the effectivity of this new cure drops to 80%. imho the topic title might be a little sensationalist. just sayin'
US Court Gives 15 Months' Jail, $415,900 Fine For Game Piracy
when a fine is meted out on the grounds of restitution, does the state keep the money or is the amount disbursed to the copyright owners?