Tuesday, January 09, 2007

The Secret Life of Machines - The FAX Machine and Hot Import Nights

NASA may have found life on Mars -- and then killed it. Damn bumbling scientist geeks trying to stop the War of the Worlds!

U.S. researchers say that stem cells nearly as powerful as embryonic stem cells can be found in the amniotic fluid that protects babies in the womb.

Hot Import NightsMaxim Meets Fast and Furious is one way to describe Hot Import Nights. Or you could say; Hot Cars, Hot Women, Cool Music and Video Games.

Iwao Takamoto, the animator who created the beloved Scooby-Doo and directed the cartoon classic Charlotte's Web, has died. He was 81.

Small town White American pays the price for the Iraqi war.

Find your missing cell/mobile phone with Google Map's click-to-call.

Chinese automaker desires to enter into the American market as a power player. Having a little difficulty in translating marketing materials into English. For example, in an attempt to explain the vehicle's performance in cold weather and high altitude: “It can ignite under low temperature and anoxia.”

Melissa SattaBastardly does it again with the beautiful Melissa Satta posing for Maxim Spain.

Archaeologists find an ancient 2,000 year old Roman road near the city of Utrecht in the Netherlands.

In early 2008 the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics will use new radio telescope to detect Earth-like radio signals within a distance of 30 light-years, which encompasses about 1,000 stars. Looking for aliens' equivalent of Gilligan's Island?

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