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Editor's Blog

R.U. Sirius
March 31, 2010

First there was the big bang and then there was... the stuff just created in a lab in Geneva yesterday.

"The world's largest atom smasher threw together minuscule particles racing at unheard of speeds in conditions simulating those just after the Big Bang -- a success that kick-started a megabillion-dollar experiment that could one day explain how the universe began." Link

Sticks and stones may break your bones but youthful skeletal stem cells will fix you right up. Link

pCubee. Photo: physorg.com/3d without glasses! Wait, I already see in 3d without glasses (although glasses help), unless I'm just a meat puppet for some sweaty 12 year old boy living in another dimension playing his version of "Second Life." Link

The ability to delay gratification has been located in the pre-frontal cortex. Hey, I want one! Link

Via ieet, "Norrie," who was registered as male at birth in Scotland and then recertified as female in Australia, has just become apparently the first human officially registered as "Sex Not Specified." Link

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