Asian Nobel Prizes Revealed to Be No More Racist Than Most Things Everywhere

A Taiwanese businessmen has put up more than 3bn Taiwanese dollars ($103m; £65m) to establish what are being dubbed the “Asian Nobel prizes”. — http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-21235618 The newly established Asian Nobel Prizes reward the best in sustainable development, biopharmaceutical science, China studies, and “rule of law”. Americans are eligible to apply, but have about a Chinaman’s … Continue reading "Asian Nobel Prizes Revealed to Be No More Racist Than Most Things Everywhere"

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Read The Post About “Game of Thrones” Rejected by Some of the Finest Editors in the World

About This Post I try to be funny, especially here on this blog. I also try to publish some pieces I think are funny, but, as I described over at my other site, I sometimes fail spectacularly. When I wrote the piece that follows, I was certain it was hilarious. I was certain the way … Continue reading "Read The Post About “Game of Thrones” Rejected by Some of the Finest Editors in the World"

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Fecal Transplant Found to Cure More Than Clostridium

A study published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine found that fecal transplants cured 15 of 16 people who had recurring infections with Clostridium difficile bacteria. Meanwhile, only seven of 26 patients in two control groups were cured with antibiotics. Physicians and researchers believe that fecal matter transplanted from a healthy person restores … Continue reading "Fecal Transplant Found to Cure More Than Clostridium"

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Community Outraged Over Killing of Pantomime Horse

“Candlelight Vigil Held For Slain Elk — A candlelight vigil was held Sunday night honoring the lost life of a Boulder elk. Residents have been outraged over the elk’s death, which they claim was cruel and unnecessary. Boulder Police Officer Sam Carter shot the elk, which had been wandering the Mapleton Hill neighborhood over the … Continue reading "Community Outraged Over Killing of Pantomime Horse"

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