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This is a cool short film by the production designer of Moon.
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The new Panama canal is looking distinctly dodgy.
After a Spanish-led consortium won the right to build locks for bigger ships at a rock-bottom price, internal arguments soon gave way to larger problems.
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This looks like it could be a lot of fun.
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Now here's an idea that could save the taxpayer millions.

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Quite Interesting/Weird news from around the world. Good laugh.
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This is mad.

A convicted murderer convinces a 2nd circuit court that he had intended to kill his victim — so they had to set him free. (From 2005)
Coming soon to a "Law & Order" episode, probably, is this story involving New York law. David Policano, who was convicted some years ago of murder, was freed recently by the 2d Circui…
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This is a remarkably entertaining account on, of all things, the typography of Alien.
My third post about typography in sci-fi has been gestating for a while now. Indeed, it’s been slowly taking shape – you might say it’s been forming itself inside of me – for really qui…
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This is a remarkable detective story.
A hotly contested, supposedly ancient manuscript suggests Christ was married. But believing its origin story—a real-life Da Vinci Code, involving a Harvard professor, a onetime Florida pornographer, and an escape from East Germany—requires a big leap of faith.
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Developing the theme...
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The Guardian's devoted a whole section to the wholesale destruction of the Great Barrier Reef.

http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/series/reef-on-the-brink
Latest Reef on the brink news, comment and analysis from the Guardian, the world's leading liberal voice
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"It said Japan is among the richest nations doing the least about the problem within its borders. It ranked Japan with Saudi Arabia, Qatar and South Korea in this regard.

It added, modern-day slaves in Japan can expect about the same level of help as those in impoverished Myanmar and Tajikistan."
 
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare says that there are 134 positions available for every 100 job-seekers.
The labor market remained tight in April as job availability rose to the highest level in over 24 years and the unemployment rate remained flat at 3.2 percent.
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Interests: Information/network theory, non-linear chemistry,  aikido.
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  • University of Birmingham
    PhD in Chemistry
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    BSc(Hons) in Chemistry with Computer-Aided Chemistry
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