* Robots attack in Japan* Artillery adapts in Iraq* Ultimatum for kidnapped reporter* "Q" going public* Warning sat down for the count?* Livermore competition begins* GoogleSat spooks* SEALs spot mystery ape?* Dogs can't keep subways safe* My 25 years with the Raptor* "Plutonium ages better than Sophia Loren"(Big ups: JQP)
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