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All tweets given to US government, archived and searchable, forever.

April 18, 2010

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“Twitter, based in San Francisco, is a free Web service with 58 million users that lets people send 140- character messages, called “tweets,” to multiple followers.” – bloomberg Twitter Donates Entire Tweet Archive to Library of Congress Twitter is donating its digital archive of public tweets to the Library of Congress. Twitter is a leading […]

Anti-Cancer Agent Stops Metastasis In Its Tracks

April 18, 2010

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Like microscopic inchworms, cancer cells slink away from tumors to travel and settle elsewhere in the body. Now, researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College report in today’s online edition of the journal Nature that new anti-cancer agents break down the looping gait these cells use to migrate, stopping them in their tracks. Mice implanted with […]

Did UFO hacker McKinnon find evidence of a secret US UFO fleet?

April 18, 2010

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Having just finished the Star Trek Enterprise series (all four seasons start to finish) I really love the premise behind this. Which, of course, should raise some alarm bells right there. Sometimes stories are tailor made for people who want to believe. Now we have a tie in between Gary and the Disclosure Project. I […]

Tiktaalik: Real extinct animal & evidence of evolution. No hoax. Not “discredited”

April 18, 2010

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Based on the dismal consensus reality score it is getting on Xeno’s “What’s Real?” Quiz, I’ve decided I absolutely must stand up for the Tiktaalik.  The Tik has something which should put him way above “Dragons” and the “Loch Ness Monster”: real physical evidence. Tiktaalik lived approximately 375 million years ago. … [It] is representative […]