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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Sunspots 481

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

Christianity: "7 Signs we may be worshiping the family," instead of encouraging our family to be worshipers.
Health: In parts of Pakistan controlled by the Taliban, polio vaccination is not being done, according to National Public Radio. NPR also reports that, even in other parts of Pakistan, keeping people from getting polio is difficult.
Humor: (Or something) Wired on how lots of human cultural groups have had the idea of werewolves. (Even from places where there are no wolves.)

(Or something) NPR reports that Oak Ridge National Laboratory, in Tennessee, has halted a program designed to make some of its workers sound less Southern.

Science:  Wired tells us that sleeping more than usual doesn't satisfy, and why.

National Public Radio reports on a significant science fair project by a sixth-grader.

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