News Briefs 29-11-2011

To start off your day you could do worse than viewing a few monuments.

  • Dutch researcher has created a virus with the potential to kill half of the planet’s population.
  • The certainty of memory has its day in court.
  • HIV/Aids: Why were the campaigns successful in the West? Another view here.
  • Crematorium to convert body heat into electricity?
  • Cloud computers as residential boilers.
  • Mexican archaeologists have discovered at Mayan ruin another reference to 2012 in a carved fragment.
  • Largest Tesla coils ever will recreate natural lightning.
  • Fungi: Another tool in bacteria's belt?
  • Timothy syndrome and autism.
  • Tattoo artist sued after he inks a giant turd onto his ex-girlfriend’s back.
  • Alzheimer's: Deep brain stimulation reverses disease.
  • An aether by any other name?
  • Physicist's crowd-sourcing philosophy gains traction in the classroom.
  • Banishing consciousness: the mystery of anaesthesia.

Quote of the Day:

It only takes 20 years for a liberal to become a conservative without changing a single idea.

Robert Anton Wilson

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More Brave New World fiction becoming reality.

-m-