Foreign Intelligence Brief #347: NASA Teases & Dick Cheney Lives

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by Andrew Morrison | NASA, in full nerd-tease, hints that their major Thursday press conference will “discuss an astrobiology finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life.” 20 galactic credits says we’re now officially not alone.

New Wikileaks cheat sheet details the nine biggest disclosures.

Remember those amazing lightcycle bikes from the original TRON movie? A chop shop in Florida has built a working replica from scratch, using a steel frame, fiberglass bodywork and a V-twin engine from a Suzuki TLR1000. They’ve actually built 10. The bikes are perfectly street legal, and cost $55,000 apiece. Six of them have already sold. Take a look.

US Federal Court orders Monsanto crop ordered destroyed.

Dick Cheney looks old.

Welcome to Tajikistan, where the ladies cultivate unibrows.

The Royal Society, in marking their 350th year in existence, asks the world’s “big thinkers” in science to find the answers to 10 heavy questions.

In the wake of exposed US cables expressing anxiety over Pakistani nuclear material falling into the hands of terrorists, Pakistan says we’re not to worry. Phew! Just for a second I was nervous there…

$150 million Creationist theme park anchored by a “replica” of Noah’s Ark destined for three year build in Kentucky. Psst! Noah did it faster and for less.

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