V.25 No.19 | 05/12/2016
The Daily Word in super humans, robot humans and synthetic humans
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Fri May 13 2016 4:31 PM ]
Native Americans face some of the highest rates of suicide, poverty and sexual assaults.
Puerto Rican superhero? Yes, please.
What if your TA was a robot? Wonder no more.
What's up, Friday the 13th.
V.24 No.48 | 11/26/2015
The Daily Word in pictures of cats, NM food banks and designer genes
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Nov 23 2015 12:06 PM ]
Brussels lockdown results in Belgians tweeting out pictures of cats for a good cause.
San Diego Zoo put down their northern white rhino, now only three remain in the world.
New Mexico's milkshake (weak child porn law) brings all the sex offenders to our yard.
New Mexico scientists working on a spaceship that could reach Mars in days.
Donate, donate, donate! NM food banks need your help this Thanksgiving!
Santa Fe girl helps the homeless by raising money to buy materials to make scarves and hats.
Forget designer handbags, designer babies may become the latest accessory.
How to quell those pesky family arguments this Thanksgiving.
V.20 No.31 | 8/4/2011
Life as we know it
By Sharla Biefeld [ Fri Jul 29 2011 11:20 AM ]
It’s alive! These famous lines of Dr. Frankenstein remind me of zombie movies and sci-fi horrors. But apparently the idea of creating life from death may be jumping from the pages of sci-fi novels into actual science.
According to the New York Times four years ago at the University of Massachusetts Medical School scientists created a molecule that could replicate and evolve by its self. It was nicknamed “The Immortal Molecule.”
This molecule may be only the beginning. Biologist and chemist in a lab in San Diego are trying to create life. They are attempting to bridge the gap between inanimate and animate using modern genetics. Perhaps Mary Shelly was on the right track, but only about two centuries too early. Read more about this here.
V.20 No.13 |
The Daily Word: 3-Year-Old Found Safe, Pornwikileaks, Perfect Prehistoric Pickled Brain
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Apr 6 2011 9:55 AM ]
Police find missing 3-year-old Ismyella Rodriguez safe.
A government shutdown is looming.
Daytona Beach newspaper publisher is offering bonuses to reporters who sell advertisements and subscriptions.
Espanola man delivers decomposing body to the ER, says his friend was sick.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the Koch brothers.
Security company HBGary's latest terrible idea is a paranoia meter.
One dead after attempted Apple Store burglary.
Read all about the war of words between Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin and Lost creator Damon Lindelof.
Prehistoric human brain found pickled in bog.
Mental disorders represented as minimalist posters.
Watch these fresh frog legs twitch when salt is added.
Scientists genetically modify cows to produce more human milk.
That's hardcore! Website pornwikileaks reveals porn stars real names and home addresses.
Listen to the world's most nonchalant crash landing.
Netflix announced it obtained exclusive rights to stream all seasons of Mad Men.
New study says biology grad students are the most unhappy.
Keanu Reeves confirms that Bill and Ted 3 is on the way.
Six of the most bizarre medical hoaxes people actually believed.
Watch the intro to the Russian version of How I Met Your Mother.
Burger King introduces the Meat Monster Whopper.
Mall-pizza chain Sbarro is planning on filing for bankruptcy.
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