- Signs of the Times Archive for Fri, 17 Aug 2007 -

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The Big Lie - NATO's Killing Fields In Afghanistan

Signs of the Times
2007-08-17 10:07:00


"The biggest lesson I learned from Vietnam is not to trust [our own] government statements-I had no idea until then that you could not rely on [them]."James W. Fulbright (1905-1995), former US senator

The misery and wholesale destruction in Afghanistan continues though it hardly makes it to the headlines anymore. The civilian population suffer not only due to lack of basic infrastructure and food, but also because they are becoming increasing targets of NATO aerial bombings. The new commander in chief of the NATO forces American General Dan McNeill is a strong advocate for massive air power, which has earned him the name 'Bomber McNeill'. The consequence is a sharp rise in civilian casualties.

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Best of the Web
The Morlocks and the Eloi

Les Visible
Smoking Mirrors
2007-08-17 14:06:00

It's like the constant drip of water from a faucet with a bad washer. It's like cold February wind leaking under a badly hung door. It's like rats in the attic and garbage on the yellow lawn. It looks like a rusted truck on cinderblocks in an empty lot; there's a doll's torso and an old tennis shoe. Its gang tags and gum on your seat and all the warning signs of something going down hill into a bottomless abyss.

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A travesty of justice: Jose Padilla found guilty

Joe Kay
World Socialist Web Site
2007-08-17 12:57:00

A Miami, Florida jury found US prisoner Jose Padilla guilty Thursday on three terrorism-related counts. Padilla, a 36-year-old American citizen from Chicago, faces a possible life sentence.

The verdict is a travesty of justice and a testament to the growth of police state measures and the advanced state of decay of democratic rights in the United States.

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U.S. News
Do the Neo-Cons Need Karl Rove When They Can Count on the Democrats?

Harvey Wasserman
2007-08-18 17:48:00

Karl Rove scoots off the sunken White House ship with his plans for future neo-con dominance safe and secure - in the hands of Democrats unwilling or incapable of challenging his dirtiest deeds.

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US Navy, Coast Guard searching for 3 aviators missing after crash

2007-08-16 15:55:00

A U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft crashed into the Atlantic during a training exercise, and crews searched Thursday for the three aviators who were aboard, authorities said.

The E-2C Hawkeye aircraft crashed in clear weather at about 11 p.m. Wednesday, shortly after taking off from the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, Maus said. He did not know whether the plane sent out a distress call.

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US Military's September Report Will Be Written By The White House

Think Progress
2007-08-17 14:17:00

The Los Angeles Times reports that Gen. David Petraeus' upcoming Sept. 15 report on Iraq will be authored by the White House:

Despite Bush's repeated statements that the report will reflect evaluations by Petraeus and Ryan Crocker, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, administration officials said it would actually be written by the White House, with inputs from officials throughout the government.

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Marine helicopter crashes in Arizona

Moises D. Mendoza
2007-08-17 13:52:00

A U.S. Marine Corps search-and-rescue helicopter with five people on board crashed during a training flight over southwest Arizona and a search was under way Friday. The fate of those aboard wasn't immediately known.

The HH-1N Huey chopper assigned to the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma was last heard from at about 4 p.m. Thursday, Marine Sgt. Ryan O'Hare said. He said Friday he didn't know if the wreckage had been found or if there were survivors.

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Pentagon Paid $998,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers

Tony Capaccio
2007-08-17 12:33:00

A small South Carolina parts supplier collected about $20.5 million over six years from the Pentagon for fraudulent shipping costs, including $998,798 for sending two 19-cent washers to an Army base in Texas, U.S. officials said.

The company also billed and was paid $455,009 to ship three machine screws costing $1.31 each to Marines in Habbaniyah, Iraq, and $293,451 to ship an 89-cent split washer to Patrick Air Force Base in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Pentagon records show.

The owners of C&D Distributors in Lexington, South Carolina -- twin sisters -- exploited a flaw in an automated Defense Department purchasing system: bills for shipping to combat areas or U.S. bases that were labeled ''priority'' were usually paid automatically, said Cynthia Stroot, a Pentagon investigator.

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5 Killed in Alaskan Airplane Crash

Associated Press
2007-08-17 12:11:00

A small airplane crashed near this island city in southeast Alaska Thursday killing five people, authorities said.

There were four survivors in the crash, including a 2-year-old girl, Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said.

Identifications of those aboard were not immediately available.

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UK & Euro-Asian News
Russia orders long-range bomber patrols

Vladimir Isachenkov
2007-08-17 13:20:00

President Vladimir Putin said Friday that he had ordered the military to resume regular long-range flights of strategic bombers, a show of Russia's resurgent military power which comes amid a chill in relations with the United States.

Speaking after Russian and Chinese forces completed major war games exercises for the first time on Russian turf, Putin said a halt in long-range bombers' flights after the Soviet collapse had affected Russia's security as other nations had continued such missions - an oblique reference to the United States.

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Show must go on: Four new sites named in Litvinenko trail

Jill Sherman
The Times
2007-08-17 12:51:00

A lapdancing club was one of four undisclosed sites contaminated with radioactive polonium210 before or after the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko sparked a £3 million investigation, The Times has learnt.

Westminster City Council has disclosed that 47 venues were checked for contamination, including five buses, eight aircraft, eight hotels and seven restaurants as police followed the polonium trail.

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Russian experts say evidence in Georgia incident fabricated

RIA Novosti
2007-08-17 12:30:00

Russian experts investigating the alleged violation of Georgian airspace by a Russian warplane said they suspect an unexploded missile found in the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone had been deliberately planted by Tbilisi.

Georgia accused Russia last week of violating its airspace and dropping a missile at a radar station near the border with breakaway South Ossetia. The missile did not explode, and Russia has denied the charges as a provocation to disrupt peace efforts in the conflict zone, where it deploys peacekeepers.

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Train blast shows Russia still has terrorism problem - Putin

RIA Novosti
2007-08-17 12:28:00

Monday's blast that derailed a train en route from Moscow to St. Petersburg shows that the terrorism problem in Russia has not yet been eliminated, President Vladimir Putin said Friday.

The events "show us once again that not everything has been done to eradicate this threat [terrorism]," Putin said after anti-terrorism exercises in the South Urals involving Russia, China, and four Central Asian countries.

The Nevsky Express hurtled off the rails near Veliky Novgorod on the country's busiest rail line on Monday evening following an explosion that left a crater in the track. Carriages were overturned and dozens were injured.

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China, Russia, Central Asian leaders tout new strength

2007-08-17 01:47:00

BISHKEK -The leaders of China, Russia and four Central Asian states took a swipe at US foreign policy Thursday during a summit touting their regional organisation's growing military and political strength.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) concluded the summit just outside the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek with a thinly veiled attack on what critics see as Washington's unilateralism in world affairs.

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Around the World
U.S. charges Russian hacker in Forbes 400 identity theft probe

RIA Novosti
2007-08-17 12:14:00

A Russian man has been charged with using the identities of people on the Forbes 400 list of wealthy Americans to steal money, the New York Sun tabloid said Friday.

Igor Klopov, 24, and his four alleged accomplices in the U.S. were arrested after they allegedly tried to steal $7 million from a Texas millionaire and political supporter of President George W. Bush, Sam Wyly Jr., the paper quoted the Manhattan district attorney's office as saying.

The men are also accused of stealing $1.5 million from residents of Texas, Oregon and California by assuming their identities, using personal and financial information obtained over the Internet.

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Hotel mistakes Nobel laureate for bag lady

The Guardian
2007-08-17 12:05:00

She was wearing a Mayan dress, the traditional attire of indigenous people in central America, and the hotel's response was also traditional: throw her out.

Staff at Cancun's five-star Hotel Coral Beach appear to have assumed this was another street vendor or beggar, so without asking questions they ordered her to leave. Except the woman was Rigoberta Menchú, the Nobel peace prizewinner, Unesco goodwill ambassador, Guatemalan presidential candidate and figurehead for indigenous rights.

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The old Iran-Contra death squad gang is desperate to discredit Chavez

John Pilger
The Guardian
2007-08-17 09:13:00

Democracy and hope in Latin America have been revived by Venezuela's leader. But the forces allied against him are formidable

I walked with Roberto Navarrete into the national stadium in Santiago, Chile. With the southern winter's wind skating down from the Andes, it was empty and ghostly. Little had changed, he said: the chicken wire, the broken seats, the tunnel to the changing rooms from which the screams echoed. We stopped at a large number 28. "This is where I was, facing the scoreboard. This is where I was called to be tortured."

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US food aid is 'wrecking' Africa, says charity

Leonard Doyle
The Independent
2007-08-17 02:50:00

Critics of US food aid subsidies say they help cause obesity among Americans and starvation among Africans.

Now Care, one of the world's biggest charities, has announced that it will boycott the controversial policy of selling tons of heavily subsidised US produced food in African countries. Care wants the US government to send money to buy food locally, rather than unwanted US produced food.

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Dozens feared dead in Nigerian oil city battles

2007-08-17 02:48:00

LAGOS -Dozens of people were feared dead in battles between security forces and heavily armed gang members in Nigeria's oil capital Port Harcourt on Thursday, residents said.

Heavy shooting and explosions echoed from the outskirts of town and residents speculated that troops were trying to push back militants who were trying to enter the port.

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Big Brother
Federal ID plan - papers please!

Eliott C. McLaughlin
2007-08-16 16:35:00

Americans may need passports to board domestic flights or to picnic in a national park next year if they live in one of the states defying the federal Real ID Act.

The act, signed in 2005 as part of an emergency military spending and tsunami relief bill, aims to weave driver's licenses and state ID cards into a sort of national identification system by May 2008. The law sets baseline criteria for how driver's licenses will be issued and what information they must contain.

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Spain Launches Speed Camera Helicopters

2007-08-17 13:17:00

The government of Spain announced last week that it was moving forward with a plan to use surveillance helicopters in major cities to issue speeding tickets. Although several US states already use fixed-wing aircraft for traffic enforcement, the airplane's pilot is limited to employing a low-tech stopwatch time-distance calculation method to guess the speed of the accused motorist while a patrol officer on the ground pulls over the motorist to issue the ticket.

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Axis of Evil
Flashback: Electromagnetic and Informational Weapons: The Remote Manipulation of the Human Brain

Mojmir Babacek
Global Research
2007-08-17 16:08:00

In October 2000, Congressman Denis J. Kucinich introduced in the House of Representatives a bill, which would oblige the American president to engage in negotiations aimed at the ban of space based weapons.

In this bill, the definition of a weapons system included:

"any other unacknowledged or as yet undeveloped means inflicting death or injury on, or damaging or destroying, a person (or the biological life, bodily health, mental health, or physical and economic well-being of a person)... through the use of land-based, sea- based, or space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser, or other energies directed at individual persons or targeted populations for the purpose of information war, mood management, or mind control of such persons or populations"(15).

As in all legislative acts quoted in this article, the bill pertains to sound, light or electromagnetic stimulation of the human brain.

Psychotronic weapons belong, at least for a layman uninformed of secret military research, in the sphere of science fiction, since so far none of the published scientific experiments has been presented in a meaningful way to World public opinion.

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Sarkozy says in America, 'France is back'

2007-08-16 22:14:00

WOLFEBORO, United States (AFP) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Thursday at the end of his US vacation that France is popular again in the United States and hailed the countries' "terrific" relationship.

"France is back, there are no problems between France and the United States, or between the French people and the American people," said Sarkozy on the eve of his departure from a two-week family holiday in New Hampshire.

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Notes Describe Frail, Upset AG Ashcroft

Associated Press
2007-08-16 22:03:00

WASHINGTON - The White House demanded in 2004 that the Justice Department approve a secret national security program without allowing the ailing attorney general, "feeble, barely articulate, clearly stressed," to discuss the matter with top advisers, according to the FBI director's personal notes.

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Adolf Giuliani: 'Leave My Family Alone'

Associated Press
2007-08-16 19:26:00

DERRY, N.H. - Republican Rudy Giuliani said Thursday that people should "leave my family alone" when asked by a New Hampshire woman why the presidential candidate should expect loyalty from voters when he doesn't get it from his children.

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Middle East Madness
Gun Toting Robots See Action in Iraq

National Defense Magazine
2007-08-17 14:14:00

The U.S. Army quietly entered a new era earlier this summer when it sent the first armed ground robots into action in Iraq.

So far, the robot army's entrance into the war has been a trickle rather than an invasion.

Only three of the special weapons observation remote reconnaissance direct action system (SWORDS) have been deployed so far.

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Hit and run: Condition of girl hit by Olmert's convoy deteriorating, mother says

Liron Milstein
2007-08-17 12:56:00

A day after her daughter was hit by a car in Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's motorcade in Jerusalem; Etti Sofer on Friday told Ynet that her daughter Hannah's health had deteriorated since the accident Thursday.

The 10-year-old child's condition was initially defined mild, but Friday morning, the mother Etti, speaking from Hadassah Ein Karem hospital, where her daughter is staying, told Ynet, "They discovered a fracture in her pelvis; she suffers from headaches, bruises all over her body, and continues to vomit.

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Iraq bombs: 500 die in worst terror attack

2007-08-16 22:35:00

The death toll in the co-ordinated suicide bomb attack on the minority Yazidi sect in northern Iraq could be as high as 500, medics have said.

The American military said that there was little hope of finding anyone still alive in the rubble of scores of houses destroyed in two remote villgers by at least four suicide bombers on Tuesday evening.

Many of the wounded and dead were children

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Iraqi vets talk about random civilian killing: ''They're not people, they're animals''

You Tube
2007-08-09 18:31:00

Comment: See:Army Suicides Highest in 26 Years also Iraq veterans suffer stress and alcoholism

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The Loan Gunmen
Fed injects six billion dollars into financial system

2007-08-17 16:33:00

WASHINGTON - The US Federal Reserve on Friday injected six billion dollars into the distressed financial system, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said.

The New York Fed, which handles such operations for the Fed, made the cash infusion, the bank said on its website.

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Californians rush to pull money from Countrywide Bank

E. Scott Reckard and Annette Haddad
LA Times
2007-08-17 13:04:00

Anxious customers jammed the phone lines and Web site of Countrywide Bank and crowded its branch offices to pull out their savings because of concerns about the financial problems of the mortgage lender that owns the bank.

Countrywide Financial Corp., the biggest home-loan company in the United States, sought Thursday to assure depositors and the financial industry that both it and its bank were fiscally stable. And federal regulators said they weren't alarmed by the volume of withdrawals from the bank.

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Fed Cuts Discount Rate to 5.75% to Ease Credit Crunch

Scott Lanman and Brendan Murray
2007-08-17 09:00:00

The Federal Reserve unexpectedly cut its discount rate and said it's prepared to take further action to mitigate'' damage to the economy from the rout in global credit markets.

The central bank reduced the rate at which it makes direct loans to banks by 0.5 percentage point to 5.75 percent. Policy makers kept their benchmark federal funds rate target unchanged at 5.25 percent. It's the first reduction in borrowing costs between scheduled meetings of the Federal Open Market Committee since 2001 and Ben S. Bernanke's first as Fed chairman.

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UK Pension funds lose £27bn in market turmoil

Larry Elliott and Phillip Inman
The Guardian
2007-08-17 02:58:00

Britain's pension funds were last night plunged into a £15bn deficit after the biggest fall in London share prices since the eve of the Iraq war in 2003 cut the value of the stock market by £60bn in a single day's frenetic trading.

After years of building up the value of funds following the dotcom collapse at the start of the decade, funds are now facing the prospect of new black holes after seeing a £12bn surplus eradicated by the market turmoil of the past month.

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Pentagon Paid $999,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers to Texas

Tony Capaccio
2007-08-16 22:12:00

A small South Carolina parts supplier collected about $20.5 million over six years from the Pentagon for fraudulent shipping costs, including $998,798 for sending two 19-cent washers to a Texas base, U.S. officials said.

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The Living Planet
Crows wield tools with human-like skill

Nora Schultz
2007-08-16 13:47:00

New Caledonian crows, famed for their tool-making skills, can also use tools to manipulate other tools. Such "metatool" use shows that the crows have the brainpower to apply their skills to a completely new situation and plan ahead to solve a task, researchers believe.

Working with captured wild crows, Russell Gray and his team from the University of Auckland in New Zealand hid a treat in a box so that a crow could only extract it with the help of a long stick. This kind of task is easy for the tool-using crows.

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Alaska Peninsula volcano erupts

Tom Kizzia
Anchorage Daily News
2007-08-16 13:41:00

Pavlof Volcano on the Alaska Peninsula started erupting Wednesday, a day after scientists issued a warning based on a sudden surge in local earthquakes.

©Ron Engstrom/Anchorage Daily News

The volcano, one of the most active in the Aleutian rim of fire, is spewing molten rock in what could be a buildup to a bigger ash explosion, scientists said.

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Massive quake 'overdue' in California's desert resort, experts warn

UK Independent
2007-08-14 13:23:00

California's next big earthquake could take place among the golf courses and weekend resort hotels of Palm Springs, a senior government seismologist has warned, raising the prospect of thousands of dead on Los Angeles's doorstep and long-term devastation akin to the crippling of the New Orleans region following Hurricane Katrina.

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Typhoon Sepat bears down on Taiwan

2007-08-17 13:07:00

Typhoon Sepat swept towards Taiwan on Friday packing winds of more than 180 kilometres (125 miles) per hour, disrupting flights, schools, rail and ferry services.

©US National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

The Central Weather Bureau said the typhoon was set to make landfall late Friday or early Saturday in eastern Hualien, pounding the island with strong winds and torrential rains.

Typhoon Sepat Track as of 17 Aug, 17:10 GMT

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California: A Big Stink at UC Botanical Garden

California Farmer
2007-08-17 12:23:00

When UC Botanical Garden's rare titan arum, Amorphophallus titanium (corpse flower), blooms this week, the flower will both attract and repel visitors. When the plant opens to a diameter of three to four feet, titan arum looks visually arresting, but it's best known for a characteristic that can only be experienced firsthand after it blooms: its distinctive odor.

"It really does smell like there's a dead body in the room," says Garden Director Paul Licht, recalling his experience with Trudy, another corpse flower that blossomed in the garden's Tropical House in July 2005. The odor helps the plant attract insects that carry its pollen to other titan arums, since corpse flowers can't pollinate themselves.

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US: Southern heat wave blamed for 33 deaths

Alex Johnson and Jay Gray
2007-08-17 12:21:00

The heat wave sweeping through the South has been blamed for at least 33 deaths this month and created potentially ruinous drought conditions.

Relentless sunshine has sent temperatures to record highs across the region, topping 100 degrees in some areas for the 10th straight day. Temperatures soared in Tennessee, where late-afternoon readings reached 109 in Smyrna, 105 in Clarksville and 103 in Nashville. Huntsville, Ala., North Little Rock, Ark., Bowling Green, Ky., and Woodward, Okla., also hit 103.

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Health & Wellness
Flashback: A Brave New World! New Drug Deletes Bad Memories

Bill Christensen
Live Science
2007-07-02 15:57:00

Do you have a really bad memory, or past heartache, that you would prefer to forget?

Researchers at Harvard and McGill University (in Montreal) are working on an amnesia drug that blocks or deletes bad memories. The technique seems to allow psychiatrists to disrupt the biochemical pathways that allow a memory to be recalled.

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US tumbles down the world ratings list for life expectancy

UK Guardian
2007-08-17 12:50:00

A combination of expensive health insurance and an ever-increasing rate of obesity appear to be behind a startling fall by the US in the world rankings of life expectancy.

Despite being one of the richest countries in the world, America has dropped from 11th to 42nd place in 20 years, according to official US figures.

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Has California's Anti-Smoking Campaign Reduced Lung Cancer Rates?

Lauren A. Colby
In Defense of Smokers
2001-12-01 04:50:00

California authorities have recently claimed that, as a result of their anti-smoking campaigns, there has been a marked reduction in lung cancer death rates (LCDRs) in California. No doubt, there has been a reduction, but I suggest that it's entirely unrelated to smoking!

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Babies Learn To Like Junk Food In The Womb

2007-08-16 22:08:00

Pregnant women who "eat for two" by upping their intake of fatty and sugary food could unwittingly be putting their children at risk of obesity, new research suggests.

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Science & Technology
Process For Storing And Erasing Long-term Memories Discovered

Science Daily
2007-08-17 16:04:00

What happens in our brains when we learn and remember? Are memories recorded in a stable physical change, like writing an inscription permanently on a clay tablet?

Prof. Yadin Dudai, Head of the Weizmann Institute's Neurobiology Department, and his colleagues are challenging that view. They recently discovered that the process of storing long-term memories is much more dynamic, involving a miniature molecular machine that must run constantly to keep memories going. They also found that jamming the machine briefly can erase long-term memories. Their findings, which appeared August 16 in the journal Science, may pave the way to future treatments for memory problems.

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Killer Space Rocks

Kevin Krajick
Popular Science
2007-08-17 13:23:00

A recent study showed that the U.S. and China are the nations most vulnerable to a devastating meteorite strike. With funding uncertain, astronomers are struggling to contain the threat of a civilization-ending galactic visitor.

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Fickle ocean current foils climate modellers

Stephen Battersby
New Scientist
2007-08-17 01:43:00

The North Atlantic is stirring fitfully. A new monitoring system has shown that the ocean's currents change rapidly, surging or slowing from one week to the next. That makes it difficult to judge whether they really are slowing down over the long term, as one study has suggested.

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'We have broken speed of light'

By Nic Fleming
2007-08-16 22:25:00

A pair of German physicists claim to have broken the speed of light - an achievement that would undermine our entire understanding of space and time.

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Our Haunted Planet

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Don't Panic! Lighten Up!
Mystery of 'Poe Toaster' revealed

Associated Press
2007-08-17 12:44:00

The legend was almost too good to be true.

For decades, a mysterious figure dressed in black, his features cloaked by a wide-brimmed hat and scarf, crept into a churchyard to lay three roses and a bottle of cognac at the grave of Edgar Allan Poe.

Now, a 92-year-old man who led the fight to preserve the historic site says the visitor was his creation.

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Woman has rare identical quadruplets

2007-08-17 01:44:00

HELENA, Mont. - A 35-year-old Canadian woman has given birth to rare identical quadruplets, officials at a Great Falls hospital said Thursday. Karen Jepp of Calgary, Alberta, delivered Autumn, Brooke, Calissa and Dahlia by Caesarian section Sunday afternoon at Benefis Healthcare, said Amy Astin, the hospital's director of community and government relations.

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Seat Belt 'Heimlich' Saves Choking Man

Associated Press
2007-08-16 22:01:00

EUGENE, Ore. - A seat belt saved a driver, police say, but not in the usual way. Steven Earp, 48, was eating a fast-food sandwich Wednesday morning, said police Sgt. Doug Mozan. Earp choked and blacked out. His 1997 Honda sedan hit a parked car.

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