Hello Cruel World
Sunday, October 30, 2005
Make your own programmable pet food dispenser!
So what happens when the cat reprograms it, and makes himself sick?
From VCR to cat feeder
news.com.com/2300-1041_3-5913876-1.html or www.makezine.com/03/catfeeder
English inventor James Larsson's " programmabowl VCR" project. Your own programmable pet food dispenser. (Credit: Make magazine)
Thursday, October 20, 2005
Is there Intelligent Life on Earth? Opinion varies ...
The Abstract Factory
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
The only debate on Intelligent Design that is worthy of its subject
You might also see the new theory of Intelligent Division at polymathematics.typepad.com/polymath/2005/10/post.html
There was a nice piece at The Onion a while back on ; the one true answer to the unproved & speculative Theory of Gravity.
August 17, 2005 | Issue 41•33 www.theonion.com/content/index/4133
... Proponents of Intelligent Falling assert that the different theories used by secular physicists to explain gravity are not internally consistent. Even critics of Intelligent Falling admit that Einstein's ideas about gravity are mathematically irreconcilable with quantum mechanics. This fact, Intelligent Falling proponents say, proves that gravity is a theory in crisis ...
Wednesday, October 05, 2005
Find a photo of this chap. Put it in your ticket-holder, passport folder or the like. If you are travelling anywhere, keep a weather eye out and, if you recognise him travelling with you, cancel your trip and head in the other direction immediately.
Survivor's tale takes another twist as he fights for lifeUPDATE this may be a picture.
By Dan Proudman, Sydney Morning Herald, October 5, 2005
He has beaten Mother Nature, battled through a plane crash and survived a heart attack.
Now, for the fourth time in seven years, Tony Purkiss, a Newcastle (NSW) father of two, is facing a fight for life after being critically injured in the October 2005 Bali bomb blasts.
Last night Mr Purkiss was due to have a surprise visit from four of the crew of Solo Globe Challenger, with whom he survived the 1998 Sydney to Hobart yacht race, with a serious head wound and a broken leg...
He is described here as "Biggles" Purkiss - from the Solo Globe Challenger site photo gallery at ( sailsolo.com/photo_gallery.html ) This site includes descriptions of their experience during the 1998 Sydney to Hobart Race, during which 6 sailors died and many were injured.
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