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  • Hot anomaly on seafloor contradicts theory that a plume directly fuels Hawaii.
  • Acupuncture a benefit to those with unexplained symptoms.
  • Finally, a real scientific controversy: arsenic in DNA.
  • Italian government has accused seismologist of manslaughter after failing to predict a natural disaster in 2009.
  • Is World War 2 still the good war?
  • The World War 2 battle of machines that sparked the beginning of the computer age.
  • Hitler gave the go-ahead to Hess in mission to secure peace with Churchill.
  • Tests show Arctic reindeer see in UV.
  • A band of elite marathoners are testing a controversial theory that humans can outrun the fastest animals on earth.
  • Oxi: Twice as powerful as crack cocaine at just a fraction of the price.
  • Archaeologists return to King Solomon’s mines of biblical Edom
  • More on the 4500-year-old markings found in the Great Pyramid tunnel.
  • Pentagon seeks mini-weapons for new age of warfare.
  • Terrorist pre-crime detector field tested in United States.
  • Conquistador Silver may not have sunk Spain’s currency.
  • A spray of plasma.
  • Neural networks show signs of memory formation.
  • Cross your arms to relieve pain.

Quote of the Day:

There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know.

Donald Rumsfeld