Bill Burgess and the Gamecocks took home a national championship in their final season as a member of NCAA Division II, knocking off unbeaten Pittsburg State at Braly Stadium in Florence. JSU did it with defense, holding Harlon Hill Trophy winner Ronald Moore to just 83 yards rushing less than half his average per game. […]

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‘This is the story of a phenomenon.’ Thus Christopher Isherwood commenced his elegant even mesmerizing biography, Ramakrishna and His Disciples. Isherwood tells a great many stories and tempts me to conclude with one of the many stories, largely apocryphal, that have now become part of the legend that has grown up around Vivekananda and his […]

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And that what going on in the National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore Lab. The facility was officially dedicated on Friday at a ceremony attended by the likes of the Governator himself the world largest laser. Scientists hope to mimic the nuclear fusion that powers stars and eventually harness the incredible energy reactions like that […]

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“Well before the Inca, the people of this region honored their dead with a burial rite that included entire households with presumably many of their prized possessions. These tombs played a symbolic role in the journey to afterlife,” Frisancho said. “Who were these people,” he asked, “with perceptions of life and death so different from […]

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In the 25 years since Ellis, Gibbs, and Rein proposed the time space taxonomy, research in the same time, same place TM quadrant has diversified, perhaps even fragmented. This one day workshop will bring together researchers with diverse, yet convergent interests in tabletop, surface, mobile, and wearable technologies, spaces and spatial interaction, and those interested […]

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I hated Tories, I loathed Thatcher, I despised The Sun, and despaired how people kept voting for them, but I didn’t know where else to go. I liked Labour people but wasn’t too sure about Labour itself, hated Scargill and lefty looniness, but nonetheless, the first time I voted at the 1983 election in Leicester, […]

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