writes: The Times Online has done some research into uses of carbon, and come up with some startling research.
"The climate could benefit if people avoided exercise, ate less and became couch potatoes. Provided, of course, they remembered to switch off the TV rather than leaving it on standby."
writes: from TFA
A British man has lost his High Court fight against extradition to the US for allegedly carrying out the "biggest military computer hack of all time".
Glasgow-born Gary McKinnon, 41, is accused of gaining access to 97 US military and Nasa computers.
Home Secretary John Reid granted the US request to extradite him for trial.
At the High Court in London, his lawyers argued he had been subjected to "improper threats" and the move would breach his human rights
writes: He originally themed his one-bed home on Captain Kirk's famous Enterprise spaceship and tried to sell it for £1.25MILLION, but could not find a buyer. He then updated it to a replica of the later Voyager version, with touch-panel blue lighting, moulded wall panels — and a life-size transporter room."
more on: http://uk.gizmodo.com/2007/03/13/starship_voyager_ flat_up_for_s.html
He went bankrupt and split up with his misses over this!