#beliefs
Bwoglines: Preconceptions Edition
Your mind as it is blown

Your mind as it is blown

A study in JAMA challenges the notion that breast cancer occurs predominantly in older women. (NY Times)

Beer drinkers have high standards, so they sue when Anheuser-Busch waters its brew down. Just grab another? (Marketwatch)

Fans of the pope tested the capacity of St. Peter’s Square for his final general audience address. (LA Times)

Just when Butler studiers thought Columbia only has books on ancient Sicilian history of rocks, the Rare Book and Manuscript Library gets ElfQuest. (Publishers Weekly)

Only KevSho sends out emails? Nah, Cornell’s dean does too over a Greek “Jugs” event. (Cornell Daily Sun)

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Bwoglines: War and Peace Edition

So that's why it's called NINJA...

The LAPD raided OccupyLA yesterday, arresting 200 and dispersing protesters without much conflict or violence. (WSJ)

Dershowitz believes the key to peace in Israel is Palestinian Chicken — he recommends Prime Minister Netanyahu watch the hilarious Curb Your Enthusiasm episode with Palestinian President Abbas in an interview with the Current. (Tablet, Current)

Columbia researchers believes America is vulnerable to crippling cyber-attacks and exploding printersHP disagrees. (MSNBC, LA Times)

Transit officials believe haikus are the key to preventing road rage and violent collisions in New York’s most dangerous intersections. (MSNBC)

Unassuming instrument of war via Wikimedia Commons