New Scientist Answered
I'm sure people are aware but http://www.newscientist.com/
In this weeks issue:
Someone in China has spent some time analysing the US power grid, and figured out that it could be collapsed by taking-out a lightly-loaded sub-network. The US department of homeland security is apparently looking into this. However, Prof Ian Fells (a jolly chap with a beard) of Newcastle University UK says "they only need a bunch of guys with Semtex to blow up the gridlines near a power station"
The Mythbusters are interviewed, but even they don't know why thermite on ice explodes, do you?
And Richard Dawkins has a new book out, from the review:
"Implying that your audience is stupid does not qualify as a great new angle. Yet this is precisely what Dawkins does".
"It's really kind of comical. If "spot the condecensions" is a new drinking game, then bottoms up! There's one in just about every chapter"
There's much more, but I mainly wanted to post the Mythbusters link, and the Dawkins review.
(There is an article on Velociraptors)