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Research Fodder

Where JRD’s collection of research gets scraped from his Delicious feed.

Research Fodder February 10, 2016

Children with a Religious Upbringing Show Less Altruism – Scientific American Huh.

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Research Fodder February 9, 2016

List of types of killing – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia When you need just the right “-cide”

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Research Fodder February 6, 2016

A Magnet And A Sock Is All You Need To Open A Hotel Safe – Digg

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Research Fodder February 4, 2016

A complete guide to flakka, the horrible street drug terrorizing South Florida | Fusion Dutch police may use eagles to prey on drones | Toronto Star “Police are working with a Hague-based company that trains eagles and other birds to catch drones to investigate whether the birds can be used above large events or near … Continue reading »

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Research Fodder January 30, 2016

Woman Claims She's a Cat Trapped in a Human Body

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Research Fodder January 29, 2016

Deadly concoction | What is dewshine? | WKYC.com “Homemade “dewshine” is a mixture of Mountain Dew and racing fuel. “Racing fuel, used in drag racing, consists of almost 100% methanol, a non-drinkable form of alcohol used for industrial and automotive purposes, Seger said.”

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Research Fodder January 21, 2016

World Passport – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Research Fodder January 16, 2016

Y-3 and Virgin Galactic team up on space apparel – CNN.com The beginning of non-functional space fashion Sex with Neanderthals may explain modern allergies | Fox News

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Research Fodder January 12, 2016

The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’ – The Washington Post How Often Do Cops Plant Evidence? No One Knows For Sure | Atlas Obscura With surprising examples

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Research Fodder January 5, 2016

Redcap – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Redcaps must kill regularly, for if the blood staining their hats dries out, they die. Redcaps are very fast in spite of the heavy iron pikes they wield and the iron-shod boots they wear. Outrunning a redcap is supposedly impossible. Galactic Information Booth – 13 Baktun Map

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