In the name of science, here is a hairless mouse without a immune system. And 7 other weird mice you’ll find in research labs including “bad hair day,” human sphincter-fied, and a tumor for every hair follicle.
Bin Laden Hunter Pleased Not to Have to Hunt Bin Laden Anymore
Gary Faulkner, Greeley’s famed Osama bin Laden hunter, is overjoyed about the death of the terrorist leader and said it means he won’t have to return to Pakistan.
Last June, Faulkner was arrested in Pakistan, on a quest to hunt down and kill or capture bin Laden. He was armed with a pistol, sword and night-vision equipment when arrested in the mountains near Islamabad. It was in the foothills north of Islamabad where Navy Seals hit bin Laden’s million-dollar compound Sunday and killed him.
“I was in those mountains when I was arrested,” Faulkner said at his Greeley apartment Monday. “I think maybe I flushed him down out of the mountains into the foothills.”
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A new article published in Nature finds that human boners used to have bumps. Lead author Cory McLean of Stanford was studying chimp and human DNA when he came across sequences that had been deleted during human evolution, one of which made human penises naturally rougher and tougher than they are today.
I talked to McLean by phone about his remarkable discovery and why the bumps went away…
The American Family Association’s wingnut spokesman, Bryan Fischer, defending a Utah Christian prep school whose girls’ basketball team beat West Ridge, a school for at-risk youth, 108 to 3. West Ridge’s school motto: “We help teens with substance abuse or other difficulties.” How many field goals would Jesus dish?