Monthly archives: November, 2010

What Israel can teach us about security

What Israel can teach us about security
by Cathal Kelly

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Getting to QED

Intro To Logic – an arstechnica feature series
Getting to QED, Part 1: Informal logic and online argumentation
by Walker White

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Getting to QED, part 2: deduction and arguments
byWalker White

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Getting to QED, Part 3: Analogies in Argument
by Walker White

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Getting to QED, Part 4: Making analogies precise
by Walker White

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Low-allergenic wines could stifle sniffles and sneezes in millions of wine drinkers

Scientists have identified a mysterious culprit that threatens headaches, stuffy noses, skin rash and other allergy symptoms when more than 500 million people worldwide drink wine. The discovery could help winemakers in developing the first low allergenic vintages — reds and whites with less potential to trigger allergy symptoms, they say. The new study appears in ACS’ monthly Journal of Proteome Research.

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I’d rather have a bottle in front of me, than a frontal lobotomy.

Nov. 12, 1935: You Should (Not) Have a Lobotomy
This day in Tech

Wired Magazine
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Cats Drink Using Tip of Tongue


It took a bunch of engineers and a mess of high-speed photo equipment to finally figure out how cats lap up a dish of milk so effeciently.
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Self-Repair Manifesto

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Boole Born, Boolean Logic Logically Follows

Nov. 2, 1815: Boole Born, Boolean Logic Logically Follows
By Dylan Tweney
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