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Mars One Could Turn Out to Be Mars Zero


Mars One, a Dutch nonprofit organization aiming to land the first humans on Mars and establish a space colony by 2025, appears to have run into trouble. Astrophysicist Joseph Roche, one of the 100 shortlisted candidates, was excited about the project until recently. However, his disposition has soured. At best, things are not quite what they appear to be, according to Roche.
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Obama Lauds STEM Progress at White House Science Fair


President Obama on Monday announced $240 million in new pledges from private businesses, schools and foundations across the country for STEM -- science, technology, engineering and math -- education. The president also announced that a national goal set four years ago to provide 98 percent of Americans with high-speed wireless Internet has been reached ahead of schedule.
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Re: The Most Destructive Viruses of All Time  Paul Korzeniowski  2003-12-19 08:04:09
What about the Klez worm?  danielsnyder  2010-06-04 19:45:56
Re: Jobs at WWDC: Taking the Stage With Chutzpah Only Apple Can Afford  Renay San Miguel  2010-06-04 08:47:56
Jobs' job  Bill_Twyman  2010-06-04 14:59:57
Re: Giving Thanks for Leading Health Technology Advances  Sonia Arrison  2009-11-25 15:15:58
Waiting Room Solutions  hasharma  2010-06-03 10:40:13
Re: Asus Climbs Into the Ring With Eee Pad  Mike Pearson  2010-06-02 05:00:14
But is it magical?  jescott418  2010-06-02 05:03:25
Re: Symantec Sends Norton on Mobile Mission  Erika Morphy  2010-05-27 13:38:48
Norton Smartphone Security Beta-Android already available  tony4life  2010-05-27 13:40:30
Re: Facebook's New, New Privacy Settings: Same Old?  Richard Adhikari  2010-05-26 19:17:46
They are protecting income  jescott418  2010-05-26 19:23:18
Re: Dell Streaks Into Tablet Scene  Richard Adhikari  2010-05-26 08:23:12
Wireless radio?  drpalmer  2010-05-26 08:40:42
Re: Learning to Love Reasonable Downtime  Mike Talon  2010-05-26 05:41:08
Don't forget about power and cooling  GaryAnderson  2010-05-26 06:00:47
Re: Privacy Advocates: Facebook Has Fooled Us Once Too Often  Erika Morphy  2010-05-24 12:55:14
Money talks  jescott418  2010-05-24 16:24:45
not convinced  alecwest  2010-05-24 13:49:19
Re: Synthetic vs. Real Life: Is There a Place for Both?  Richard Adhikari  2010-05-21 13:21:59
Fearmongers  EthicalScientist  2010-05-21 20:17:16
synthetic life  David739  2010-05-21 16:43:32
Re: Facebook Is Flirting With a Big Business Backlash  Renay San Miguel  2010-05-21 06:10:18
Walking a thin line  jescott418  2010-05-21 06:14:32
Re: Brace for a Torrent of Tablets  Richard Adhikari  2010-05-16 20:09:51
United States patent 7676758 etc  gabbythegreat  2010-05-16 20:30:41
Re: Hulu to Keep the Flash Dance Going  Richard Adhikari  2010-05-14 13:19:48
DRM is a "hardware optimization"?  Kagehi  2010-05-14 13:26:58
Re: Where Have All the Avatars Gone?  Pam Baker  2010-05-11 15:07:59
Avatars  SandyAdam  2010-05-11 15:14:54
Re: Obama Cautions Grads Against Getting Tangled in Tech  Katherine Noyes  2010-05-10 11:51:45
Lies, subversions, and untruths  Grannelle  2010-05-10 18:28:45
The problem..  Kagehi  2010-05-10 14:51:30
Re: Beating Apple: A Primer  Rob Enderle  2010-05-10 12:44:20
I WISH more tech reviewers knew what they were talking about...  Expert_Review  2010-05-10 15:36:18
Re: Google Gives Desktop and Mobile Search Pages the Ol' Nip/Tuck  Richard Adhikari  2010-05-06 16:10:16
Negative Reviews for Google's New Layout  Chris77  2010-05-08 17:24:32
Re: Security Flaws Leave Egg On Face(book)  John P. Mello Jr.  2010-05-07 04:49:18
Im done with Facebook!  jescott418  2010-05-07 04:53:23
Re: Has Facebook Finally Gone Too Far?  Renay San Miguel  2010-05-05 08:55:24
FB crack  jpurkey  2010-05-06 10:11:18
Gawd Can We please Overreact ?!  FichenDich  2010-05-05 13:38:48
Re: School District Accused of Snapping 1,000s of Shots of Students at Home  Katherine Noyes  2010-04-19 15:00:59
Pleading the 5th  tdhelder  2010-04-20 12:44:32
Fifth  darman92  2010-05-04 15:19:07

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You bet -- I'd love to have a built-in chauffeur.
Yes -- self-driving cars will save lives.
Kind of -- I'd like some self-driving features, like parking.
No -- self-driving cars are too dangerous.
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