News Headline: “Researchers synthesize ferromagnetic superconducting compound amenable to chemical modificaiton.”
And it’s about time, isn’t it?
Saturday, October 4, on a city bus, in Nanchong, China.
QT Yellowstone Caldera (the eruptions of which can be violent enough to send a layer of ash six feet deep as far away as Chicago and which erupts every 600,000 or so years and last erupted 640,000 years ago) update
A scientist for the U.S. Geological Survey wants to reassure you that Yellowstone ground movement to the south and east and a recent 4.8 magnitude earthquake, the strongest in 30 years, are “likely unrelated.”
News Item: “. . . What followed was a media circus. . . .”
News Item: “. . . Middle East juggling act. . . .”
News Item: “. . . walking a tightrope in his campaign. . . .”
News Item: “. . . riding the budget merry-go-round. . . .”
We must be having more fun than we thought.
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News Headline: “Wall Street passing out cash to boost GOP hopefuls.”
News Headline: “Elizabeth Warren on Barack Obama: ‘They protected Wall Street. Not families who were losing their homes. Not people who lost their jobs. And it happened over and over and over.’ ”
News Headline: “Ebola coverage goes extra dumb on CNN, Fox News.”
News Headline: “PBS science reporter: Fox’s Ebola coverage is ‘a level of ignorance we should not allow.’ ”
So Fox News seems to have gone slightly out in front.
Credit where credit is due.
News Item: “Around 96 percent of the universe is still unknown, and the Large Hadron Collider needs new tech to help it solve the mysteries. . . .”
So we’ve managed to come this far:
We know the exact percentage of what we have no idea about.
News Headline: “Spider-Man gathering sets world record.”
Guinness has, in fact, certified the record, which is a good thing.
If it hadn’t, the 398 people standing around in Spider-Man suits might have looked silly.
News Headline: “Chemicals linked to infertility, birth defects and cancer found at fracking sites.”
News Headline: “Fracking emission carcinogens found in Denton playgrounds.”
News Headline: “Fracking company produces pink drill bits in the name of breast-cancer research.”
It is a skill to be admired, in a way, keeping a straight face.