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Comment: Re:what about the courts and law 2017 may be too s (Score 5, Insightful) 388

by tolstoise (#40532979) Attached to: Ford Predicts Self-Driving, Traffic-Reducing Cars By 2017
Someone says self driving cars, and this is all you can think about. What happened to taking chances in the name of progress. If it were up to you we would have never gotten to the moon, or taken that first flight because someone might get hurt.

+ - Are human beings wired to tweet?->

Submitted by natcap
natcap (921621) writes "http://www.cbc.ca/spark/ reports: "Are human beings wired to tweet? Tweets and status updates – those short burst of information, tiny lines about what we are doing, or what our kid said, or how happy we are it’s Friday – is it something innately human in us? Genevieve von Petzinger's research suggests that tens of thousands of years ago, our cave-dwelling ancestors may have had the same impulse. The squiggles left by those early humans may have been a kind of status message, or proto-tweet.""
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All the evidence concerning the universe has not yet been collected, so there's still hope.