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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2010-04-07

In this issue:  New auto standards, safer pranks, and
collisions at the largest particle collider.

According to U.S. NHTSA, historic new federal rules will set
the first-ever national greenhouse gas emissions standards
and will significantly increase the fuel economy of all new
passenger cars and light trucks sold in the United States.
Approximately 2.3 million vehicles in the U.S. were recalled
in late January for the sticky pedal defect.  U.S. NHTSA
reports that the penalty being sought against Toyota would
be the largest civil penalty ever assessed against an auto
manufacturer by NHTSA.

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Motley Fool reports on projected sales for the Apple iPad.

Popular Mechanics offers safer alternatives for various
April Fools Day pranks.

AskMen reports that the LHC, the world's largest atom
smasher, threw together minuscule particles racing at
unheard of speeds in conditions simulating those just after
the Big Bang -- a success that kick-started a
multi-billion-dollar experiment that could one day explain
how the universe began.

According to AskMen, a 70-year-old Nashville man was accused
of ramming his sport utility vehicle several times into the
back of a vehicle that had a Obama/Biden bumper sticker.