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GEMINI: November 12-18 Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Some conspiracy theorists are paranoid that aliens or government agencies use radio waves to try to control their minds. They wear tin foil hats to protect themselves from the evil transmissions. But a recent study shows that this protective headgear has the opposite effect. In fact, it actually amplifies the intensity of radio frequencies, making it even more likely that mind-control signals would work.
TAURUS: November 12-18 Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Our planet’s most abundant mineral is called bridgmanite. It’s an amalgam of iron, magnesium, silicon and oxygen. Until recently, no one had actually seen it because it lies so deep underground that it can’t be reached by digging tools. Scientists have only known about it from studying how earthquake waves moved through it.
ARIES: November 12-18 Wednesday, November 12, 2014
We all have addictive and obsessive tendencies. The challenge is not to eliminate them, but rather to harness them. If you hope to keep them from dragging you down, you must work hard to channel them into activities that enhance your life. How are you doing on this score? Are you chronically dependent on drugs, gambling, sugar or chaotic relationships?
What do you get when you take a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and some of Kansas City, Missouri’s most colorful jazz performers? A killer black-and-white, fine art photography exhibit, …
Originally released a few months ago to coincide with the 100th anniversary of World War I, the new DVD collection from Warner Brothers, World War I Centennial Commemorative Collection, makes …
"BIRDMAN" IS A HIGH FLYING FLICK Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Michael Keaton soars to great heights in comeback film
THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Mourning the end of Jones College Radio
THE ELECTION AND THE MORNING AFTER Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Picking up the pieces of an electoral beatdown
THE REAL COSTS OF THE SKYWAY ARE DAUNTING Wednesday, November 12, 2014
It’s not as cost-effective as its proponents would have you believe
FLORIDUH Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Florida is known for its "stand your ground" defense to the use of deadly force, and to the pro-gun interpretation given it by some judges and juries. The state legislature has enacted an unusually severe penalty for any "aggravated assault" that …