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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Sunspots 212

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

(or art) Wired says that a Swedish artist has been sending all sorts of strange items through the European postal system -- unwrapped.

(sort of) Wired on the association between Peanuts, the comic strip, and NASA.

The Panda's Thumb reports on a newly discovered fossil primate. It's not nearly as important as the hype over it has indicated.

CSI, NCIS, etc., notwithstanding, much forensics, such as fingerprint analysis, is not really backed by solid scientific research, reports the New York Times .

(sort of) Wired tells us that the Federal Communications Commission can search your house or business without a warrant.

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