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Make Blog tells us how to do extreme close-up photography on a Pringles can budget:
Heres how to take super-close photos, using a Pringles potato chip can - "So you want to take pictures of things up close, do you? You have gone tired of all the regular ways of doing so? Ready for bellows and reversing rings, but can't afford them? Have no fear, there is a far cheaper way to get a reasonably good result!"
Dr. Jeff Masters of the Weather Underground looks ahead to the 2006 hurricane season.

DarkSyde does Relativity for Kossacks.

SciGuy asks what bats tell us about the relationship between testicle size and intelligence.

[MakeZine blog, Photocritic.org, Wunderblog, Daily Kos, Sci Guy]

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