Book review of a book that discusses ". . . the weird things science has yet to discover."
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People, don't think spelling is important? Read about ten classic resume bloopers.
Bellesiles update. And here's an update on the similar scandal in physics: Bell Labs's investigation found that in 16 of 24 papers there was "compelling evidence" of data manipulation and misrepresentation and the researcher has been fired.
Chris Rock has a funny bit about how doctors don't seem to able to cure anything. He asks: what about blind people? Modern medicine hasn't done shit for blind people. They're still blind.
Chris, here's some good news.
Michael Kelly demonstrates--with breathtaking economy and precision--that ex-Vice President Gore is full of shit.
Got a problem with unwanted critters? Play Canadian radio to 'em.
I haven't read this book, but I might need to. The book, High and Mighty by Keith Bradsher, claims the following about SUV owners: "They tend to be people who are insecure and vain. They are frequently nervous about their marriages and uncomfortable about parenthood. They often lack confidence in their driving skills. Above all, they tend to be self-centered and self-absorbed, with little interest in their neighbors or communities."
Americans are apparently naming their kids after Old Testament figures more frequently.