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Dec. 21st, 2012

09:12 pm - the significance of spam

a sample of spam that made it through my filter:

X m A e N y A s X e
C k I r A d L h I o S o
V p A r L k I y U k M x
V o I c A u G l R e A x

... random morphological analysis, vertical vector
meyse, krdhoo, prkykx, oculex
... random morphological analysis, horisontal vector
mkpo, errc, ydku, shyl, eoke,  oxx
... logical syntactical reconstruction yields
OCULEX MKPO

... deduction
SsPpAmM is ImSeaningful ...
provided it gets through my CcRrAaPp filter.

May. 5th, 2006

10:47 pm - xhtml

<html>
  <head>
    <title></title>
    <meta content="">
    <style></style>
  </head>
  <body>
  </body>
</html>

Apr. 28th, 2006

10:57 pm - my favourite links

http://www.litnet.co.za
http://szavannablog.wordpress.com
http://www.planet-rugby.com
http://williambowles.info/ini/ini-0166.html
http://www.fuckitall.com
http://thesited.blogspot.com
http://en.wikipedia.org
http://www.groklaw.net

Jan. 4th, 2006

04:41 pm - super size me

McDonald's Fast Foods will kill you. [3]

01:42 pm - in the beginning there was ozone

Ozone is a pale blue gas at standard temperature and pressure. It forms a dark blue liquid below −112 °C and a dark blue solid below −193 °C. [2]  Satellite instruments monitor the ozone layer, and we use their data to create the images that depict the amount of ozone. The blue and purple colors are where there is the least ozone, and the greens, yellows, and reds are where there is more ozone. [4]

Ground level ozone is an air pollutant with harmful effects on lung function and in the upper atmosphere it prevents damaging ultraviolet light from reaching the Earth's surface. [2]

The Antarctic ozone hole is an area of the antarctic stratosphere in which the recent ozone levels have dropped to as low as 33% of their pre-1975 values. [2]






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12:00 am - copyright and bibliography

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Copyright 2006 Eugene Coetzee.

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