The zombie communications satellite may next interfere with Alaskan communications, as its wanderings could cut off Internet or long-distance telephone service for tens of thousands of Alaskans.
Researchers now claim triceratops as being misidentified and specimens are actually juvenile torosauruses. So the rugged living tank was actually a chubby youngster.
A wealth of riches has been discovered under Afghanistan. Iron, copper, cobalt, gold, and lithium are mentioned. Other valuable minerals often exist where these are found, but the amount of the identified materials is reported to be very large. There are seven major tectonic blocks in the country, so there is an assortment of different geologic histories and interactions to produce an assortment of deposits.
OpenOffice.org is rejecting access by Bing's bot for some reason. MSNbot is given a 403 error when it tries to access the Open Office home page. Oops?
DNA traces of mammoths have been detected in Alaska. "Sedimentary ancient DNA" (sedaDNA) was found in permafrost containing material from 11,000 to 7,000 years ago. This indicates that some mammoths survived the extinction event 13,000 years ago which wiped out many large mammals across North America.
Former UCLA professor Phil Agre is missing and his sister has filed a missing person report. He abandoned his apartment and job months ago. The Chronicle of Higher Education also has reported on this. He had a popular mailing list, the Red Rock Eaters News Service until 2005 and is a privacy expert. Ironically, this privacy expert is a board member of EPIC and people are using electronic media such as Facebook and a web site to spread the word and try to contact him.
A device which kills lobsters with electricity is being considered as being more humane than using boiling water. Thomas Edison's spirit points at an electric chair and tries to collect royalties.
Well, if you must know, it involves manufacturing and not enforcement.