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Physical Ghosts

The notion that reality is “one complicated ol’ onion, dude” is now pretty much established fact.

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Appetite For Destruction

WITH YOUR CHOICE OF NOODLES OR RICE

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Appetite For Destruction

An abandoned freight ship was discovered containing approximately 5,000 endangered animals that were on their way to dinner tables in Guangdong.

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You Must Be This Ignorant To Ride

The first Creationist Museum/Amusement Park has opened in Midwestern America. Huzzah for the burgeoning field of Scientisticalness! The 60,000 foot complex, designed by a former Universal Studios Theme Park director, today welcomes the public and offers to install in them the truth of Intelligent Design over flimsy evolution theory, as only a theme park can.

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You Must Be This Ignorant To Ride

The first Creationist Museum/Amusement Park has opened in Midwestern America.

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Tiger, Tiger, Burning – Gone

The US National Geographic Society’s 2001 census of tigers remaining in India has proved drastically upbeat. Estimates made just six years ago numbering the giant cats between 5000-7000 is proving actually to be somewhere between 2000 and several hundred. Belinda Wright of the Wildlife Protection Society of India states that these new and officially recognised numbers represent a “major step forward that a government study has finally come to terms with this disastrous decrease in tiger numbers.”

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Terrible Gizzard

Dr. Mary Schweitzer of North Carolina State University has found protein cells, still spongy and red, in the thigh bone of a once pregnant female Tyrannosaurus rex from 68 million years ago. Apparently, based on initial investigations, the cells don’t resemble lizard so much as chicken, ending age-old speculation in the scientific community. Yes, Virginia, dinosaurs did taste like chicken. Yes, Colonel, you could fry them, but you’d need a lot of flour. The media are now stoking the question of whether mad scientists, should they manage the unlikely feat of extracting viable DNA from fossils, might create actual Jurassic Parks full of Fun Houses stocked with velociraptors and mobile rollercoasters running down the backs of brachiosaurs.

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Bleared Science

Last night the CBC aired the BBC’s The Truth About Global Warming/Can We Save Planet Earth?, featuring Sir David Attenborough. Much to the delight of envirosceptics everywhere, chasing after this ‘scaremongering’ documentary, last month Channel 4 ran a countering ‘apathymongering’ The Great Global Warming Swindle". It’s more soothing, much less brain-taxing than Attenborough’s, and full of reassuring reminders of how happy we are nowadays.

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Audi the Frying Pan...

What if you were lost in the Gobi desert, with nothing but a stretch of road, a pig’s cheek, a langoustine (or maybe a few tiger prawns) some garlic and cream, and an Audi A6? How would you survive, especially if you had a medical condition which required you to eat only high-class Michellin star-quality meals?

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Man-made Black Holes

“It is important for the human race to spread out into space for the survival of the species. Life on Earth is at the ever-increasing risk of being wiped out by a disaster, such as sudden global warming, nuclear war, a genetically engineered virus or other dangers we have not yet thought of.”

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