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Bill Nye to CNN: ‘The two sides aren’t equal’ on climate change

Science educator Bill Nye on Monday told CNN that they weren’t doing the public any favors by giving climate change deniers equal airtime because “the two sides aren’t equal.” “There are a couple of things that you can’t really dispute,” Nye explained to CNN’s Carol Costello. “Sixteen of the last…

Zach Galifianakis’s ‘Craigslist Joe’ documentary trailer hits the web

Joe Garner of Craiglist Joe is not the first to rely on the internet and the kindness of strangers to accomplish a goal The trailer for Craigslist Joe, Zach Galifianakis’s documentary effort about living off the kindness of internet strangers, has hit the web. And it’s like Eat, Pray, Love…

Furious T-Mobile customer smashes up entire store on camera

An angry T-Mobile customer in Manchester decided to smash up a company store over the weekend, much to the delight of passers-by, who filmed the odd outburst with glee as store employees called police. The man, 42-year-old Jason Codner, was said to be enraged over the store’s failure to issue…

NC governor vetoes bill legalizing fracking

North Carolina Gov. Bev. Perdue (D) on Sunday announced that she had vetoed a controversial bill that would have legalized fracking in the state. Senate Bill 820, which was championed by Republican lawmakers, would have legalized the method of releasing natural gas by injecting water, sand and chemicals into the…

Mullen: 18 veterans kill themselves every day in the U.S.

Navy Admiral Mike Mullen (ret.), former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told an audience in Aspen this weekend that military has “18 vets a day who are killing themselves in the United States” due to the incomprehensible stresses of military life, which he said are compounded by a…

‘World’s thinnest’ 3D display created using a soap bubble

Researchers at the University of Tokyo say they have created the world’s thinnest transparent display by projecting images on soap film. “It is common knowledge that the surface of soap bubble is a micro membrane,” lead researcher Yoichi Ochiai wrote on his blog. “It allows light to pass through and…

Dem’s aides desk dance to ‘Call Me Maybe’

Taking a cue from the Harvard baseball team’s viral video parody of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) and her 2012 summer interns produced a video almost certainly worthy of MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s “Best New Thing” segment. The short clip features Rep. Sanchez sitting at…

WATCH LIVE: NASA launches test flight for Orion space capsule

On Monday, NASA unveiled the Orion space capsule. Also called the Orion MPCV (Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle), with Orion, NASA hopes to revolutionize manned space travel. The hope is this will eventually lead to launching humans into deep space. Watch live, broadcast by NASA on UStream on July 2. Video streaming…

Trump: Roberts upheld health law because he ‘wanted to be loved’

Real estate mogul Donald Trump says Chief Justice John Roberts became the swing vote and upheld Barack Obama’s health care reform law because he “wanted to be loved” by liberals and the Washington establishment. “It’s a disaster,” Trump said during an interview on Fox News on Monday. “Obviously it would…

Montana’s Governor Sweitzer blasts Supreme Court for overturning Corrupt Practices Act

In an uproarious appearance Sunday on MSNBC’s Up with Chris Hayes, Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer had nothing good to say about the Supreme Court decision that overturned his state’s hundred year old Corrupt Practices Act. The act had been upheld by the Montana courts on the grounds that the U.S.…

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