The Three Worst Things The Liberals Did Yesterday (64)

September 19th, 2014

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Julie Bishop told the United Nations it would be nice if Putin betrayed his friends, disarmed them, and let them be killed by those they were in conflict with. Putin, the most powerful man in the world, dictator and brutal ruler of eleven time zones, would surely obey her, she assured her audience, when he came to Brisbane and she spoke to him about it.

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How NASA’s Microbe Detection Technology May Speed Up Tissue Transplants

September 19th, 2014

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What do the Curiosity rover and a bone allograft have in common? They both have got to be super duper clean.

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China Shows Off Less Deadly Rocket Launcher

September 19th, 2014

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It’s not often that a military advertises a weapon on what it doesn’t do, but at the Africa Aerospace and Defence exposition in Pretoria, South Africa, that’s exactly what Chinese arms manufacturer Poly Technologies did. The “Shoulder-Launched Rocket with Low Collateral Damage” is a weapon designed to give troops all the utility of a wall-piercing explosion, with a lot less of the accidental casualty downside.

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Mousetronauts To Live In Space For the Longest Stretch Yet

September 19th, 2014

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Among the 2.5 tons of cargo that’s set to go up to the International Space Station this weekend, there will be five mice with a particular genetic mutation. The mice lack a gene that normal mice have, called Muscle Ring Finger 1, or MuRF-1 (rhymes with Smurf). Scientists are hoping the missing gene will keep those mice healthier in space than their five ordinary compatriots that will be riding up with them.

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Self-Driving Cars: A Marketer’s Dream?

September 19th, 2014

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Picture this: You’re on a cross-country road trip with your kids, passing through some dusty corner of Nevada in your self-driving 2030 Chevrolet Lumina. Your car then sends an invisible message across the desert: Three passengers. Two in child seats. Sixth hour without a break. A distant server whirrs, combs through a database of your and your kids’ past online behavior, and beams a command back to your car. A grinning clown dances across your windshield and a familiar jingle plays.

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