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Friday, July 09, 2004

Friday July 9, 2004. I donated stuff to Steeple People Thrift Store. Yes, I did buy also -- but less than what I donated.

To the HealthPartners Uptown pharmacy, to pick up ADD pills.

I began thinking about distinctive wedding rings for different types of marriages. I decided on rings which would display the number of people in the marriage. Non-restrictive marriages would also have plus signs.
Writing: Daily exercise -- Done, posted to this journal.

"Well Met, Well Met, My Own True Love" -- Chopped out a bunch of spear carriers. Made notes on how certain characters would talk.

"They Might Be Windmills" --

"History Line" --

"Port Useless" --
From the UK edition of Google News:
Brain cells sourced from skin
ic SouthLondon.co.uk - 25 minutes ago
New research has raised the possibility of making brain cells from a patient's own skin. The Lancet reports scientists carried out an experiment in which adult skin cells were transformed into precursors of nerve cells.
Stem Cells Repair Heart Attack Damage Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription)
Adult Stem Cells Transfer Improves Heart Function Reuters
Health Talk - Xinhua - BBC News - News-Medical.net - and 68 related
From EurekAlert http://www.eurekalert.org/pubnews.php:
Public Release: 8-Jul-2004
Physical Review Letters
Global team of physicists upends standard model with discovery of neutrino oscillation, mass
A team of nearly 100 physicists from around the world have achieved results verifying that the elementary particle known as the neutrino exhibits a distinctive pattern of oscillation. This discovery shows that it is likely that the Standard Model of particle physics is incomplete. The findings provide the needed confirmation to their previous discovery of neutrino oscillation and give the most precise measurement yet of neutrino mass.
National Science Foundation; US Department of Energy; Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, and Culture
DNA coordinates assembly of glassy nanoscale structures
Chemists use DNA as a scaffold to construct miniature rings and rods out of silica.

Rat DNA points to Pacific migrations
An analysis of mitochondrial DNA from Pacific rats supports a theory that ancestors of today's Polynesians migrated from Southeast Asia to a string of South Pacific islands in at least two separate dispersals.

Tiny magnetic particles in the pigments of some Mexican murals recorded the direction of Earth's magnetic field when the paint dried.
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