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In light of all the recent fraud seeping into journals, how do you keep science honest and accurate?
Series of papers proposes new methods to keep science honest and accurate.
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The fed that stole from the Silk Road while investigating from the Silk Road? He also had a $240k movie deal (regarding the Silk Road)
Carl Force was "Nob," "French Maid," and "Death from Above."
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Bigger is not always better
Op-ed: Open-world games are expanding, but are they growing in the right direction?
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+Brian Haslip then you and I have very different taste in gaming. I too strongly feel all those games you've mentioned are very diluted and meh most of the time, and takes way too much time to get to the fun part (If there is any). I think all forms of entertainment should offer the most fun in short and defined amount of time.
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An "Amusement Tax Ruling" may not be super amusing, Chicago.
Starting July 1, city's "Amusement Tax Ruling" takes effect.
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+Ken Stox huh. Seems like just about any place near the el would be better than the loop / river north area. At least that's what I hear from my girl and her Co workers who get off at merchandise mart etc. . I liked living in river north, but there are definitely cheaper / trendier places to put an office. For example, google just opened a new office down the street from my old house in Greek town. That's still incredibly cheap compared to river north (and 1/4 the price of ca.).
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The patent being disputed? "Methods and Apparatuses for Financing and Marketing a Creative Work"
ArtistShare tried to patent a process "dating back centuries," but it lost.
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An unfortunate, true life Chicken Little situation
$1,200 drone located by witnesses, turned over to police.
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+Ronald Stepp - How would you deal with him, then?
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#TBT to 2013: we did the most American thing ever for the 4th... learned how NASA navigates around space junk
Jockeying 400 tons of space station around debris ain't like dusting crops, boy.
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"83× 2000mm superzoom"—whoa.
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Now if this is available to us normal folks for $500, imagine what a spy satellite camera owned by the NSA is capable of. I bet you thought that talk of being able to read the time on your wristwatch was a joke.
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Like genetics itself, the concept of genetic screening is complicated
Testing helps fight ovarian, breast cancers—but not everyone agrees on how to do it.
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Snowden-uncovered surveillance programs got a two-week vacation apparently
Thought Congress put a halt to the snooping program Snowden exposed? Think again.
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+crush smith oh, it'll stop. It'll be epic, but it will stop. This started before 911. 
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Those reports of the F-35's recent whupping? Authorities seem to be hedging
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Can anyone spell "LEMON"?
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It's TRIM time in Apple world
"Trimforce" command line utility has scary warnings but appears to work.
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