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The Guantánamo files reveal... • An 89-year-old Afghan villager was detained at Guantánamo Bay despite suffering from dementia, depression and sickness, while a 14-year-old boy, who had been an innocent kidnap victim, was also imprisoned. Other files reveal that almost 100 of the inmates who passed through Guantánamo are listed by their captors as having had depressive or psychotic illness. IMF bombshell: Age of America nears end Brett Arends' ROI. By Brett Arends, MarketWatch BOSTON (MarketWatch) — The International Monetary Fund has just dropped a bombshell, and nobody noticed.
For the first time, the international organization has set a date for the moment when the “Age of America” will end and the U.S. economy will be overtaken by that of China. IMF sees China topping U.S. in 2016 According to the latest IMF official forecasts, China's economy will surpass that of America in real terms in 2016 — just five years from now.
Indigenous Tweets. Bli smartare! - Kropp & Själ. Mind Event – Toward a Science of Consciousness, 1-8 maj, 2011. Tjernobyl och Kärnkraftsbloggen. Maryland says, no DTC genetic testing for you « Frank Hecker. I’m interrupting my blog hiatus to discuss direct-to-consumer (or DTC) genetic testing, an issue that has recently become a cause célèbre (at least among the relatively small group of people concerned about it) and that I think deserves wider attention, as it’s an early indicator of some of the disruption that will occur around health care in the 21st century.
In recent years the cost of sequencing human genomes (i.e., the DNA information that makes you you) has been dropping like a rock. While getting your complete personal genomic data is still relatively expensive (thousands of dollars), the cost of getting less complete data is now at the point where it’s almost an impulse purchase; for example, the startup company 23andme offers a service for $199 plus $5 per month that provides information on various places where your genome might differ from other peoples (“single nucleotide polymorphisms” or “SNPs”, pronounced “snips”) and some interpretation on what such differences might mean. What are the best content curation tools for daily use. Keith Olbermann Details New Show Name and Start Date.
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