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Funny story:  Study Finds That Germs Are A Haven For Other Germs

Study Finds That Germs Are A Haven For Other Germs

(Health Anxiety Quarterly) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced a chilling new finding, revealing that germs themselves are some of the dirtiest organisms on our planet. Lead [pronounced leed] researcher, Dr. Hai Po-...
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Funny story:  Stuxnet virus crosses the species barrier

Stuxnet virus crosses the species barrier

The Stuxnet virus that crippled the Iranian power grid by taking down three hydroelectric dams, two nuclear power plants and a small generator outside Adeli Deli in Tehran, has crossed the species barrier by infecting a human operator. "We're terr...
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Funny story:  Microsoft updates slow down older PCs

Microsoft updates slow down older PCs

Many people who have owned a PC for longer than a year will know two things. Firstly, the machine they own now is half as quick as the machine that they bought. Secondly, they will have been receiving more and more Microsoft updates the older the...
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Funny story:  Virus Checkers to be installed on cars

Virus Checkers to be installed on cars

Engineers at Cambridge university have shown that modern computers in cars are vulnerable to being hacked. "The computers in cars control ever more of the car's functions these days," said Professor Lee Gate, who led the team that attempted to hac...
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Funny story:  Edward Norton's Anti-Virus fears

Edward Norton's Anti-Virus fears

Actor Edward Norton, who plays Bruce Banner in the soon to be released Incredible Hulk film, has expressed his fears over the widespread use of anti-virus software.
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National Institute of Abhorrent Behavior (NIAB) to Study Cable News Anchors

Boston-Dr. Felix Noodlesorter of NAIB received a LooneyToonery grant to study the behavioral traits of those who anchor cable news shows. Prime subject for scrutiny is Wacky Chris Matthews of MSNBC,

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