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Bwoglines: Pushing Back Time Edition

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the hands-on approach

It’s a mystery reminiscent of Amelia Earhart’s death: a Malaysian plane disappeared yesterday, and it still has not been found. They may have a lead, however. (CNN)

The next time you have to make a big decision, just wait 50 extra milliseconds. It could make a world of difference. (Medical Xpress)

Lose an hour of sleep tonight so you don’t forget and have to lose an hour right before your midterm. (NPR)

The special kind of shots we all want to take. (Gothamist)

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    @This sounds like the plot of Lost. Think about it.

    My prayers go out to everyone.

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