Should Patients Have the Option To Not Know Their DNA?
What I would be worried about is what happens if your insurance company finds out.
You have health insurance, you go get the test and discover that you have a high risk of heart disease or cancer.
That knowledge is now on your medical record. Your insurance company finds out about and drops your cover.
And no other company will write you a policy at a reasonable cost because your now a high risk.
Sex Offender Claims Police Entrapped Him With Animated Emoticons
But the smilie winked at him. Thats clear solicitation :-).
EFL 1.0 Is Finally Released
Oh, yes. Very obscure. Theres even a slashdot page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immanentize_the_eschaton.
I knew I had seen it before, but couldn't place it so I googled. I would have come across it in the Illuminati! books.
SpaceShipTwo Flies Free For the First Time
I've always been baffled that people are prepared to pay this kind of money for 5 minutes of weightlessness.
I might pay $2000 for this flight. But $200k, never.
For $200k I'd expect a week in orbit. Plus a chance to join the 100 mile high club :-).
Anti-Cancer Agent Stops Metastasis In Its Tracks
You don't sell your research to Nature. You submit it for publication and are overjoyed if they accept it. Nature is the most prestigious publication in the field of biology bar none.
But as far as I know, theres nothing stopping you from putting it up on your web site as well or submitting it in publication in other journals.
So it being published in Nature doesnt stop it from being publically available. Its just that the other copies might be harder to find..
Researchers to Transform Airborne CO2 Into Fuel
Trees have been converting airborne CO2 into fuel for about a million years..
First Graphics Game Written On/For a 16-Bit Home PC
I suspect the game your thinking of was "warp" written by Larry Wall.
It definitely had tholians spinning a web around you.
This game is hand coded in assembler for a very specific machine architecture. Theres no way it ran on a Vax.