Tuesday, July 5, 2005

Comet, Health, and other unrelated things

On the 4th NASA crashed Deep Impact into a comet (size reference they give is a washing machine) and here is an article about their conclusions. NASA hope is "by engaging people's imagination in space missions, which literally open new worlds before our eyes, appreciation and knowledge of the sciences are strengthened and enhanced". This makes me think of the intro to one of the Star Trek show Next Generation (the captains whole speech at the beginning).

Here's an interesting health article. No comment on this one.

A step in the right direction (and majorly over due step if you ask me).

I'm not from Michigan, I just live there (and under protest too).

British scientists find a 40,000-year-old human footprints in central Mexico. Wow.

This is a funny comic I thought you might enjoy. It is actually part of a longer story line that starts here.

Well, that's all I have to talk about. Now I have to get back to my project and my take-home exam...

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