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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

MH370: more powerful sonar needed in plane search, says Australia

(The Guardian)
Photo: US Navy


More powerful sonar needed in plane search, says Australia = Where? Ocean? I daresay, unless it appears on land (false rumor)
(by Julian Lofts)

Royals Depart Red Centre

(The New Zealand Herald)
Photo: The British Monarchy


Royals Depart Red Centre = Reporters canted dearly
(by Julian Lofts)

The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs

(WTVR)
Photo: Bre Pettis


Using cells to print human organs = Contouring lungs, ears, thin palms
(by Rosie Perera)

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Did removing lead from petrol spark a decline in crime?

(BBC)
Photo: Melusina Parkin


Did removing lead from petrol spark a decline in crimes? = Admit - criminals or finks are more clever peddling dope!
(by Julian Lofts)

'Why is it racist to name our amazingly brilliant dog after a footballer?': Jeremy Clarkson in Twitter race row after calling his pet 'Didier Dogba'

(Daily Mail)
Photo: Charis Tsevis


Didier Drogba = Rabid dog? Dire!
(by Jason Lofts)

Prosecutor: Indicted art dealer, painter were 'masters of forgery and deceit'

(CNN)
Photo: Trinity3Kim


Glafira Rosales and Jose Carlos Bergantinos Diaz = Locals jailed on a diagnosis as brazen art forgers
(by Rosie Perera)

Monday, April 21, 2014

A little sprinkle ... and cheers

(The New Zealand Herald)
Photo: Martin Cathrae


A little sprinkle on top... and cheers = Let teens drink Palcohol in repast
(by Julian Lofts)