In another typical news day we are told that a "Major New Study Reveals Cellphone Radiation Causes Cancer." If, like most people, you react to headlines, your first (perhaps only) thought is "HOLY SHIT!!!". The news story begins with: >The $25 million study, conducted over two and a half years by the U.S. National Toxicology Program, found significantly higher instances of two types of malignant tumors on male rats exposed to the same radio-frequency radiation currently used in the United States. Hmmm. Sounds pretty serious. But track down the sources and you discover that 1. The radiation used in the …

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Okay, I suspect this may be a marginal sort of post here, but maybe folks won't mind too much. I won't be offended if it's deleted, though - if it breaks some rule or other, it should go away, because we don't want to break rules. Anway. People who are reading this site might think that the guy who started the [URL="http://www.sdchessacademy.com/"]San Diego Chess Academy[/URL] is a pretty good egg - here's a guy who's getting kids playing chess, which as we all know is a gateway drug to geekdom. Well, this guy, Dave Melrose, is apparently in pretty bad …

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Bob Monkhouse was once best known for hosting Celebrity Squares and Family Fortunes on British television. Then in 2003 he died at the age of 75 and all went quiet. Until now, when it would appear that Bob is back from beyond the grave and posting jokes to Twitter. It isn't the first time that the comedian has made an unlikely come back since succumbing to prostate cancer in December 2003. A couple of years ago Bob posthumously appeared in a film talking about his death as part of an awareness campaign by the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation, courtesy of …

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