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  • 3-D image of a human ear
    Imaging technology advancements in medicine 21st century
    We all know about x-rays, although they were accurate for bone fractures in the early days of medicine, where uses included viewing items that were swallowed or left in a patient, or to locate bullets, as in construction injuries where an item is...
  • New Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney scans
    New Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney scans
    Some new scans for the upcoming Japanese title, Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney have been released. The scans show off some of the new characters that will appear in the game from the judge to the witnesses.Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney is...
  • TSA reneges on agreement to let airports hire private screeners
    TSA reneges on agreement to let airports hire private screeners
    Now that the firestorm of criticism over the ineptness of Transportation Security Administration policies and practices has died down, TSA Chief John Pistole dropped a fresh bombshell on Friday when he announced the TSA would be discontinuing the...
  • YouTube pilot goes public: Stands by critique of TSA procedures
    YouTube pilot goes public: Stands by critique of TSA procedures
    The airline pilot who posted a series of YouTube videos critical of airport security has gone public with his identity. Appearing yesterday on Sacramento’s ABC affiliate, News10, the 50-year-old pilot introduced himself as Chris Liu and...
  • California limits CT radiation, not Florida
    California limits CT radiation, not Florida
    Unlike Florida and most other states that are less and less inclined to regulate anything, California’s Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed a bill limiting the radiation dose provided in computed tomography (CT) scans.The...
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