Stuff You Should Click On: Week of October 29

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Flying devils, physics: explained, a record high, a fine wine, and lo-jacked rhinos.  We're just getting started.  Here's the stuff you should click on this week.


“Flying Devils” — Johnny Rooks: 1. National Geographic: 0.


How High?
Excalibur Billed As The World's Tallest Climbing Wall (Oh Gizmo!)
But is it? Depends on your definition. (Matador Sports)


Speaker Check
Priceless! Boy Rides in Tesla Roadster 2.5 for First Time


Turning Over a New Leaf?
Nicely Maturing Bode Sees Future as a Wine-Maker (Reuters)


Make It Look Easy — IF3 best shot 2010


You Don't Want to Know
What's Inside: Doritos Late Night All Nighter Cheeseburger Chips (Wired)


The Future of Prosthetics? — Fingerless Robotic Hand Can Pick Anything


Physics: Explained
Unpopular Science (New York Times)


Lo-Jacked Rhinos
GPS Devices Installed in African Rhinos' Horns (Treehugger)


And Some Mellow Vibes to Start Your Weekend Right
Brian Bielmann Slideshow Set To Donovan Frankenreiter's New Song Glow

 –Michael Webster

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