March 13th, 2008

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NASA's Cassini space probe is set to collect dust and ice samples from Saturn's moon Enceladus. Scientists are excited about the possibility of liquid water, and therefore the possibility of life, under the moon's surface.
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Things That Are (Almost) Impossible To Do With Your Body. I can do the ringer-finger thing, but I'll never try sneezing with my eyes open!
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Characters and storylines in television shows often crossover to other shows with guest appearances, spinoffs, or interrelated stories. Here's a huge graphic that explains how the 282 series are related.
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Tinkerbell, the baby koala. She's tiny and fuzzy and will melt your heart.
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How to Survive an Avalanche. It's better to have the information and not need it, than need it and not know it!
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17-year-old Shivani Sud won $100,000 in scholarships in the Intel Science Talent Search by researching how to improve colon cancer treatment. What did YOU do when you were 17?
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What happens when an SUV meets a two-ton protected species? You don't want to know, so rangers are trying to keep elephant seals down on the beach.
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Ohio's Serpent Mound: a mystery for the ages. We think we know who built it, and when, but we don't know why.

March 12, 2008 - 8:47pm
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