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NASA Running Out Of Fuel

NASA is running short of plutonium-238, the fuel needed in deep space missions, because nuclear warhead production has slowed dramatically since the...
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Newest Kindle May Change Textbook Market

The recently introduced Amazon Kindle DX, a larger-screened version of the popular electronic reader, is expected to change the way college textbooks are bought and sold. What do you think?
  • "Not for me. Nothing beats the feeling of learning off paper."

    Victor Coleman
    Charity Administrator
  • "It does make sense for students to keep all the books they’re not going to read in one device, rather than lugging a big heavy bag around."

    Mel Franken
    Unemployed
  • "If there's one thing I learned as an English major, it's the value of a great book whose pages you can touch and feel and tear out just to spite the next reader."

    Jennifer Barkley
    Office Manager
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