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NASA Sends Astronauts to Space Station for No Good Reason

On February 12, 2010 By

After weather-related delays last Sunday, the space shuttle Endeavour and its six-member crew began its journey to the space station before dawn Monday. Their mission is to deliver the last major module to the space station, […]

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Big Brother's Countdown: Census 2010 via GPS

On July 22, 2009 By

The countdown to Census 2010 is upon us, but is the U.S. Census Bureau satisfied with the progress of its quest to go high-tech?

The U.S. Census Bureau is charged with assessing the U.S. population and demographics every 10 years, and the next assessment will occur in 2010. In preparation, 140,000 […]

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Raise your hand if you remember the presidential election of 2000. Do the words “buttefly ballot” still make you cringe? Well, you are probably not the only one. If fact, because of the confusing mess produced by butterfly ballots, a number of key politicians have continued to […]

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