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'Not a good reason': Sgt. Robert Bales admits to Afghan massacre
Wed Jun 5, 2013
The military needs the deal. With some survivors claiming to have seen up to six soldiers, a trial with witnesses who may or may not be able to identify the scap..., er defendant and claiming multiple attackers may not succeed. The powers that be in Afganistan want someone punished and an acquittal …
Dying girl, 10, spurs fight over lung transplant fairness
Tue May 28, 2013
Hi Mike277. Dick Cheney and all the current and past members of Congress have their own special medical coverage that we mere mortals can only dream of no matter what political party. Having a few bucks to throw around doesn't hurt either as Steve Jobs and his pancreas transplant showed. By the way, …
Seven injured in Missouri as trains collide, trigger highway bridge collapse
Sat May 25, 2013
One of the problems railroads have (in addition to: Republicans, Democrats, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, The American Nazi Party,...) is metal theft, as in the copper wires that power the switches, crossing gates, and telemetry systems the railroads use to keep trains from running into each other. As lo …
Houston's mock shuttle to go atop historic NASA 747 carrier
Fri May 3, 2013
The actual shuttles that arrived at the other locations were not much more than gutted airframes. Houston may have the last laugh on this one.
World's largest infrared space telescope shuts down forever
Tue Apr 30, 2013
I believe Carl Sagan mentioned this drawback in his book Cosmos back in the late 1970's. ESA's managerial/political managers, like NASA's, probably decided that it would be better to replace a satellite with newer technology rather than provide a means to extend the use of the current/older tech. Un …
Apollo 13 artifact rakes in $84,100 at space history auction
Wed Mar 27, 2013
Wasn't it justa couple of years ago that NASA was persecuting people over Moondust paperweights that NASA decided had "not" been given out with award certificates during the 1970's?
Billionaire Jeff Bezos recovers Apollo rocket engines from ocean floor
Wed Mar 20, 2013
There is this charitable gift: http://techland.time.com/2011/03/09/five-rich-tech-titans-and-what-theyve-given-to-charity/slide/jeff-bezos/ Current Topic, in the spirit of "teach a man to fish" (cjsks), I will show you how to do an internet search so that you don't come off as an idiot the next time …
Dragon delivers a whole load of science to space station
Wed Mar 6, 2013
Great. Now how is the passenger capsule coming along?
British Batman unmasked as joker, not crime fighter
Tue Mar 5, 2013
"Batman can be anybody", (Dark Knight Rises).
Military spending cuts ground Blue Angels, Thunderbirds
Fri Mar 1, 2013
Considering how often these aircraft get changed out, The current crop of Thunderbirds and Angels should be in paint right now and all deployed to the field within a month. After all, they are combat aircraft on loan from the Air Force and Navy. Anything else and I would doubt the validity of the an …
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