Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Interesting Links

The Curse of the Demon Core. The nuclear ball killed two scientists but spared a swimming pig.

This post has an awful lot of links and information about America's economy and the resentment it causes. Just skip the Thanksgiving intro and delve into the reference material.

Target employees had to report for work Thanksgiving night for Black Friday sales. After that crazy shift, one worker was so exhausted she drove her car into a 20-foot deep canal.

There have been a dozen Republican presidential debates, and it’s not even election year yet. Here are some consequences of too much, too soon.

The Odd, Odd Octopus. They may seem otherworldly but they have a lot going for them.

The Quest to Solve the Hardest Math Problem in History (and the Minds that were Lost Along the Way).

The Arab League is sanctioning Syria for violence against its protesting citizens. This may be a sign that progress is starting to matter more than solidarity in the Middle East.

A zombie walk in Mexico City over the weekend attracted 10,000 of the undead. If confirmed, this will be a new world record for simultaneous zombie-ism.

The Truth About Shark Attacks. You’re more likely to be killed by a cow than by a shark, but either way, you’re dead.

The Federal Reserve’s $7.7 trillion bank bailout. The TARP funds we knew about pale in comparison to the “undisclosed” loans given to banks in 2008.

Who’s Next? A Look at Presidential Succession. And why some cabinet members tend to be dis-invited from Washington parties.

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