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November 25, 2001

Physics and biology of sperm in orbit
The Guardian | Submitted by: Soylent
Studies of the physics of fornication in space has revealed the startling fact that while sex in space might be great fun, the biological properties of sperm motility may be more complicated than previously thought. Scientists have launched bull semen into space [why did they do this?] and sea urchin semen [good lord], and somehow determined that enzyme timing in orbit does not behave as it does terrestrially.

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James Bond Gadgetry
Reuters | Submitted by: Soylent
The Milipol fair in Paris is the place to go for James Bond gadgets. "Demand for hi-tech spy gadgets and weapons has soared since September 11 and companies are scrambling to invent more as governments beef up security in response to global jitters." Attendance this year is 25,000, up 25 percent from last year.

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Human Embryo Cloned
MSNBC | Submitted by: Deviation
"U.S. scientists have successfully cloned a human embryo for the first time, a breakthrough that could lead to the creation of new organs for transplantation, the doctor whose company led the effort said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press." Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. plans to formally make an announcement later this week.

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Trenchcoat Mafia II
Boston Herald | Submitted by: Omega
The Trenchcoat Mafia shook up America by slaughtering their fellow students at Colombine. Now, a more ambitious Trenchcoat Mafia in New Bedford has been foiled in their attempt to outslaughter their peers. Two juveniles were arrested and bomb parts found, but one part of the bomb was missing: "the key ingredient's absence prevented police from confiscating the device or charging the youth with possession of an explosive."

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In Search of Fraudulent Excellence
Globe and Mail | Submitted by: Soylent
Tom Peters and and Robert Waterman's In Search of Excellence was a massive bestseller in the early 1980's, and is often considered one of the early works on the New Economy. Now, they admit the "research" behind it was a fraud. Basically, "We faked the data". Another great quote: "If you want to reduce Search to a core message, that message would be this: Xerox sucks."

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