Monthly Archives: November 2010

Yes, “soft” radiation can be worse than harder radiation.

I may not get the chance to fully analyze this post by a biochemist/physicist before tomorrow. But it looks pretty solid, and he’s right about the radiation.  Will have to check closely as it relates to the bio damage, though.

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If you’re following the wikileaks…

…Drudge is swarming it.

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Stuxnet for biological systems.

You’re familiar with the Stuxnet virus screwing with the Iranian nuke program, right? Coincidentally, it appears to have an analog counterpart.

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Ah ha ha ha ha BURN!

The W.O.R.M. can’t stand to read folks like…well, like anyone opining in the NY Times.   I refuse to stain my eyes with Krugman unless his idiocy has been filtered by a non-idiot.  And “watching paint dry” is better than Thomas … Continue reading

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My charity, your money.

Via Instapundit, a good post on what isn’t charity. When you really want to help people, your heart is fixed on the needy and your efforts follow your heart.  That leaves no no time or energy to bad-mouth “uncharitable” Americans. Their … Continue reading

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He’s right.

I agree that “statist” is a better term for our political foes than the ones they take for themselves. Whenever statists lay claim to a word, it’s time to run it through the Devil’s Dictionary. “Progressive” is a beaut, because … Continue reading

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I’m footballed out.

In the time spent watching foosball the past two days, I could have seen the extended version of the Lord of the Rings trilogy 1 1/2 times. I’ll be a better host here tomorrow.

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