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  • John Laughlin is selling a stately manor home built in 1812 that is on the National Register of Historic

    Frederick, Md., offers charm, 'deals' on historic homes

  • The Front Range takes its share, and retirement communities in Laughlin, Nevada need their golf courses, so they take some too.

    A Geo-Political Rant. Again.

  • He works as a cook at the Aquarius Casino in Laughlin, Nevada.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • I'm counting the days til Viva Laughlin is cancelled, if only to get more "Eric Winter-just-out-of-the-shower" scenes. blog comments powered by Disqus

    Dear Kevin Walker… | the TV addict

  • This is a mystery drama with music about eternal optimist and freewheeling businessman Ripley Holden, whose sole ambition is to run a casino in Laughlin, Nev.

    Jenny’s This Week on TV | the TV addict

  • I love to play the penny slots in Laughlin NV, do they have anything like that? ncferret

    Casino's in Mazatlan?

  • Not much to do with film, but Blake Bailey's review of The Way It Wasn't: From the Files of James Laughlin is rather buried in this week's Book Review, and it shouldn't be missed.

    GreenCine Daily: Weekend shorts.

  • Suppose you ask your class to calculate some biochemical parameters for an enzyme-catalyzed reaction, and an ID proponent insists that the exercise cannot be completed, because, as Robert Laughlin is quoted in ID articles, proteins defy the law of mass action (and thus actually do alter the poise of chemical equilibria of the reactions they catalyze).

    College professor: "Flunk the IDiots"

  • You said, "Suppose you ask your class to calculate some biochemical parameters for an enzyme-catalyzed reaction, and an ID proponent insists that the exercise cannot be completed, because, as Robert Laughlin is quoted in ID articles, proteins defy the law of mass action (and thus actually do alter the poise of chemical equilibria of the reactions they catalyze)."

    College professor: "Flunk the IDiots"

  • Laughlin is a Nobel laureate in physics and claims that science must abandon its view that reductionism can provide a complete picture of the world.

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