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Jay Lake
Date: 2013-11-26 06:29
Subject: [links] Link salad had a snake the size of a sewer pipe livin' in its rib cage
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Tags:books, funny, healthcare, links, nature, personal, politics, religion, science, space, travel, uk
FDA orders personal genetics company 23andMe to stop selling testsClaims company ignored repeated efforts to get safety data and approval. Hmmm.

Mushrooms 'Make Wind' to Spread Spores — Fungus farts? Really?

How cool is the airplane of the future? — I miss the stratoliner.

Redefining the habitable zone: where should we look for life?Desert planets, hydrogen-heavy giants, and hydrocarbon-rich worlds considered.

The Star as StarshipMoving entire stars rather than building spaceships would have certain benefits as a way of traveling through the galaxy. After all, it would mean taking your local environment with you on a millennial journey. Some have suggested it might therefore be an observable sign of highly advanced civilizations at work. But how would you move a star in the first place?

Costco apologizes for labeling Bibles 'fiction' — Sometimes the jokes just write themselves. (Via [info]threeoutside.)

Pope Francis calls for power to move away from VaticanPope Francis has called for power in the Catholic Church to be devolved away from the Vatican, in the first major work he has written in the role. Huh. Not that church internal politics is any of my atheist business, but this is interesting. I wonder how this dovetails into the conservative political radicalism of the US Catholic bishops, who have become nothing but Republican shills these past decade.

'Earliest shrine' uncovered at Buddha's birthplace

Scottish government outlines case for independence — I have no basis for an informed opinion on this topic, but it is a fascinating piece of politics.

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11/26/2013
Writing time yesterday: 0.0 hours (chemo brain)
Hours slept: 7.5 hours (solid)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Weight: 241.4
Number of FEMA troops on my block closing down donut shops: 0
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Andrew Trembley
User: bovil
Date: 2013-11-26 18:39 (UTC)
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I expect that conservative bishops in the US and Africa love this idea of devolution. They may love it less when the authority of the papacy has devolved away from an issue and isn't backing them.
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