Friday, October 09, 2009

As I said on Facebook earlier, we are in the midst of getting a new furnace today, and I am listening to many exciting (and expensive) crashes and pings going on in the basement right now. Fortunately, it is Friday! And that means links from others! Many thanks, everyone.

From Cassandra: raccoons are attacking in gangs now! Also from Cassandra: a debate on whether anxiety is innate or learned, the mystery of telepathy, how MDMA can be beneficial, not just recreational, and news about the discovery of a sister site to Stonehenge that they're currently calling Bluehenge.

From Holly: Ohio is a piano! You can play routes from city to city, or watch as certain counties are played in song.

From Julie: The Shroud of Turin is recreated by a scientist using material from the Middle Ages. "If they don't want to believe carbon dating done by some of the world's best laboratories they certainly won't believe me," he said. True, but interesting nonetheless!

From my mom: The concept of local currencies is really taking off in some areas. It'll be interesting to see how this develops.

Thanks again, everyone, and have a spiffy weekend! See you Monday.

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