Jon Last looks at nations worldwide and their attempts to boost birthrates.

Google Street View catches the end of a relationship.

Anna Weaver thinks we need to embrace Spam. Ted Genoways disagrees.

Hashima Island was once one of the most densely populated places on earth. Now, it’s abandoned. But Google has it covered.

Jim Henry looks at the relationship between Hyundai and Kia and attempts to keep the identities different. The badging of identical cars is one of those things that, while I understand on one level, I will never really understand.

Should we reconsider the laws against helmetless bike riding?

Here is what Pangea may have looked like, with modern national borders.

The natural gas boom has frustrated, somewhat, those that believe that we need to be focusing 100% on renewables. I have to confess, upon hearing that it’s undermining the nuclear renaissance, I felt a similar thing. Related: According to Tim Worstall, Fukushima killed no one.

The Christian Science Monitor on South Korea’s ascent.

Android is a good operating system on phones and tablets, but I think its limitations would start becoming a lot more apparent when you put it on a computer.

Neuroscientific manipulation may be able to cure you of whatever thoughts society thinks ails you. Psychatric treatments may change personalities.

Gas prices might be lowered by molecule-sorting material.

Germany is exporting its dual-education system. I’d thought I’d read somewhere that they were moving away from that. Glad to hear that doesn’t seem to be the case.

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2 Responses to Linkluster Catholic Cardinals

  1. Peter says:

    My theory on the Street View’s “end of a relationship”: the young woman was driving down the street when she saw a pile of things someone had put out for the trash collection, and she pulled over to see if there was anything worth taking.

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