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Friday, April 02, 2010

Ten Things of Credibility

  1. Twenty years ago a protest against what had been dubbed the poll tax erupted in violence and led to rioting in London's Trafalgar Square.
  2. It is said Leonardo da Vinci was fascinated by violent men.
  3. Peru's most famous archaeological site, Machu Picchu, has formally reopened after it was closed for two months.
  4. Defamation law can interfere with scientific debate, while some believe media scare stories are damaging the credibility of science.
  5. Japan is the biggest Moomin market outside Europe.
  6. A second, first edition Superman comic has sold at a US auction for over $1m.
  7. In Alfred Hitchcock's film "Psycho" chocolate sauce was used for blood in the infamous shower scene.
  8. Tesco, Britain's largest food retailer, will have sold 70 million hot cross buns by the end of the Easter weekend.
  9. Absences from work through sickness cost the British economy £10bn a year.
  10. Rumours spread as rapidly as flu.

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