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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2007-10-24

In this issue:  Meat from cloning, antibiotics, and a man
who claims he can get 100 mpg out of a Lincoln Continental.

Fast Company says that Facebook, with 41 million users and
growing, is the "it" company of 2007.

Wired points out that there is already meat and milk from
cloned animals or their offspring in the food supply, and
asks whether the FDA should approve or prohibit it.

IndustryWeek claims that less than half of high school
seniors are proficient in economics.

Antibiotics are losing the battle against superbugs, and
BusinessWeek says drugmakers are slow to replenish the arsenal.

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>From investing to budgeting and debt-planning to retirement,
the tools, education and means are available online to get
your financial life under control, according to AskMen.

Wired reports that the new movie Beowulf starring Angelina
Jolie brings old school 3-D glasses back into the theater.

Johnathan Goodwin can get 100 mpg out of a Lincoln
Continental, cut emissions by 80%, and double the
horsepower.  Fast Company asks if the car business has the
guts to follow him.
An eco-friendly war machine might sound like an oxymoron. 
But Popular Mechanics says the Army chose hybrid-electric
drivetrains for their new Manned Ground Vehicles not for
their fuel efficiency or decreased emissions, but for a
number of battlefield advantages.

Why do futurists so often get it wrong?   The author, from
InternetNews, makes predictions about the future of energy.
In a world threatened by political unrest and dramatic
climate change, knowing how to build a survival shelter has
never been more relevant, so AskMen tells you how.