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Day: November 10, 2012

People in Australia converge for total solar eclipseScience & Space

People in Australia converge for total solar eclipse

People from around the world are converging on the coast of northeast Australia. The attraction isn’t the Great Barrier Reef,
Popular physics theory running out of hiding placesScience & Space

Popular physics theory running out of hiding places

By Pallab Ghosh Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider have detected one of the rarest particle decays seen in Nature.
Ron Paul Warns About Perils of War as Middle East Tilts Toward Ultimate ConflagrationRandom News

Ron Paul Warns About Perils of War as Middle East Tilts Toward Ultimate Conflagration

Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com Israel’s “Operation Pillar of Defense” against the Palestinians in Gaza is likely to produce renewed tensions in
Here’s Enough Digital Espionage to Scare even James BondRandom News

Here’s Enough Digital Espionage to Scare even James Bond

Like James Bond does in his new hit Skyfall, secret agents all over the world are now dealing with cyber-terrorists
Apple pays Swiss rail $A20.2m over clockRandom News

Apple pays Swiss rail $A20.2m over clock

US tech giant Apple has dished out 20 million Swiss francs ($A20.27 million) to compensate Swiss national rail operator SBB
Assad warns of world apocalyptic warWar News

Assad warns of world apocalyptic war

In a rare interview with Russia Today TV, President Bashar al-Assad vigorously clarified his stance on the current Syrian crisis
TIME Names Google Glass A ‘Best Invention Of 2012′Science & Space

TIME Names Google Glass A ‘Best Invention Of 2012′

By Matt McGee Google Glass, the wearable computing system that’s still months away from being delivered to early developer industry
New Australian telescope set to find 700,000 new galaxiesScience & Space

New Australian telescope set to find 700,000 new galaxies

(Phys.org)—Australia’s newest radio telescope is predicted to find an unprecedented 700,000 new galaxies, say scientists planning for CSIRO’s next-generation Australian