What U.S. Politicians Have a “Chinese Dream” ?

EEV: While I am highly respectful of how the Chinese People. I am concerned  as a U.S. Citizen how our leaders are folding so easy to the Chinese government’s increasing dominance. The subtle play of words from the Peoples Daily of our U.S. politicians China’s Dream is a very powerful psychological message. If you follow the Interviews from Timothy Adams to Rick Snyder.…

Smart dust computers are no bigger than a snowflake

  26 April 2013 by Mark Anderson Magazine issue 2914.  Subscribe and save Thousands of tiny computers that scavenge power from their surroundings could one day be used to monitor your world THOUGHT your smartphone or tablet packed a big punch for its size? Pah, that’s nothing. The next generation of computers will be able…

Workers at Plant that Received $150m Stimulus Cash Play Cards, Board Games; Plant Hasn’t Produced a Single Battery

By Eliana Johnson October 19, 2012 10:20 A.M. Add it to the annals of stimulus waste.  A local Michigan television station reports that workers at LG Chem, a lithium-ion battery plant that received over $150 million stimulus dollars, have so little to do that they spend their days playing cards and board games, reading magazines…

Exposure to insecticide may play role in obesity epidemic among some women: DDE, DDT

Contact: Jason Cody codyja@msu.edu 517-432-0924 Michigan State University Researchers study fish-eater cohort along Lake Michigan EAST LANSING, Mich. — Prenatal exposure to an insecticide commonly used up until the 1970s may play a role in the obesity epidemic in women, according to a new study involving several Michigan State University researchers. More than 250 mothers…

Witch hunts targeted by grassroots women’s groups: Yes, Actual Witch Hunts ( India )

Contact:   Andy Henion, Media Communications, Office: (517) 355-3294, Cell: (517) 281-6949, Andy.Henion@cabs.msu.edu; Soma Chaudhuri, Sociology, Office: (517) 353-0874, chaudh30@msu.edu Published: Sept. 04, 2012   EAST LANSING, Mich. — Witch hunts are common and sometimes deadly in the tea plantations of Jalpaiguri, India. But a surprising source – small groups of women who meet through…

Computer viruses could take a lesson from showy peacocks ” digital organisms evolve, just like living things”

Contact:   Layne Cameron, Media Communications, Office: (517) 353-8819, Cell: (765) 748-4827, Layne.Cameron@cabs.msu.edu; Ian Dworkin, Zoology, Office: 517-432-6733, idworkin@msu.edu Published: Aug. 29, 2012 E-mail Editor ShareThis MSU researchers explore what would happen if computer viruses had to find mates in order to reproduce. Photo illustration by G.L. Kohuth Click on an image to view a…