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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2006-04-26

In this issue:  Mixing science with food, mind over
computer, and a molecule from space.

Inc. says employers are getting a lot more serious about
their wellness programs. But can you tell employees they're
not allowed to smoke -- even at home?

What's in your food?  Some companies don't want you to
know.  The Motley Fool says Genetically Modified foods are
bolstering the profits of companies like Monsanto, and there
are some logical reasons why anti-GM advocates suspect a
level of foul play.
Homaro Cantu's odd brand of humor, technology, shock value,
and flavor has turned the fine-dining experience on its
head.  Fast Company says the 29-year-old reformed pyromaniac
is now trying to redefine the nature of food and end world

Eye says The Sentinel, starring Michael Douglas and Kiefer
Sutherland, suffers from a bad script.

The Berlin Brain-Computer Interface (BBCI) allows users to
control cursors and software applications by simply
imagining the motions, according to PC Magazine.
Chemists have recreated an alien molecule in the laboratory
by synthesizing a stable version of the carbene
cyclopropenylidene.  Cyclopropenylidene was first detected
by radio astronomers in 1985, and is now the most abundant
cyclic hydrocarbon observed in interstellar space, according
to Chemistry World.

Time Europe says a new product lets viewers beam TV programs
across the globe, but producers see mixed signals.