Protein in the brain can ‘put the brakes’ on binge drinking — News Room – UNC Health Care

Media contact:  Tom Hughes, 984-974-1151, Tom.Hughes@unchealth.unc. via Pocket
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The US Navy is Big Enough: A Zombie Idea That Won’t Die | RealClearDefense

I feel like the Rick Grimes of naval affairs: the undead bad ideas keep coming no matter how many head shots you fire into the zombie herd. via Pocket
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John McCain and Mac Thornberry: America’s Dangerous Defense Cuts – WSJ

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These planes could someday replace the A-10 — if the Pentagon spends the cash – The Washington Post

The impending mothballing of the A-10 Thunderbolt II attack jet has prompted outrage among its advocates in the active-duty military, hand-wringing on Capitol Hill and questions from analysts about whether the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter can be operated cheaply enough to support ground troops via Pocket
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Enforce Tac 2015: B&T unveils two new firearms – IHS Jane’s 360

Swiss company B&T unveiled prototypes of the P26 submachine gun and compact TP380 carbine at the Enforce Tac exhibition in Nuremberg. Both weapons are chambered in 9 mm cartridges, with serial production of both weapons to begin in April, and will be offered to customers in June 2015. via Pocket
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Revealed: The New Battleground in China’s Future Wars | The National Interest

East Asia’s strategic assessments and debates currently focus on five key issues: the pace, character, and direction of China’s military modernization; the struggle for dominance by the region’s two major powers (China and Japan); the future of the Korean Peninsula; intra-regional competition via Pocket
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Photonic Booms — Starts With A Bang! — Medium

How images can move faster than light, and what they can tell us. If you sweep a laser pointer across the moon, will the spot move faster than the speed of light? Every physics major encounters this question at some point, and the answer is yes, it will. via Pocket
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