~e; EM newsview

From human being <human@electronetwork.org>
Date Sun, 23 Jun 2002 08:59:07 -0500


1- {study may help in fixing nerve damage via 'neuronal regeneration'}

Study Shows Cellular Interaction Governs Neurons' Inability to Regenerate


"A sudden car accident, an on-the-job injury or a freak skiing 
collision can all cause irreparable damage to the delicate neuronal 
axons that wire the human central nervous system..."


2- {no comment, other than it seems possible, VHS may soon be dead-media}
Electronics giant phasing out movies on videotape in favor of DVDs

Associated Press


3- {demand for cell phone materials helping kill off supply of great apes}

BYLINE: Joan Lowy
CREDITLINE: Scripps Howard News Service
HEADLINE: Coltan mining hurting gorillas

4- {another possibility, that the 'electron gun' may be replaced by
  liquid crystal displays. the part of it which is difficult to see
  fade is that, inside cathode-ray tubes, a Crookes-tube-like device
  which shoots electrons can be seen, which made possible the CRT...}

Will Flat Panels Ever Replace CRTs?


5- {no comment.}

  Web Thinkers  Warn of  Culture Clash
  By Anick Jesdanun


  "The Internet's potential for promoting expression and empowering 
citizens is under threat from corporate and government policies that 
clash with the medium's long-standing culture of openness, some 
leading Internet thinkers warned."


6- {more on pseudo crop circle drawings via global positioning systems}

  From Wired News, available online at:

With GPS, World Is Your Canvas
By Lakshmi Sandhana

2:00 a.m. June 22, 2002 PDT

"Let's drive down the elephant this evening."


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