American news media outlets such as Time and Newsweek are keeping the U.S. in the dark about world issues; a Silicon Valley startup has dreamed up a ship for international techies to avoid immigration problems; and Wi-Fi and cellphones are making us sick—or are they? These discoveries and more after the jump.
Remember the heady days before the Internet bubble went and burst, as bubbles tend to do? California’s Silicon Valley was one of the epicenters of that economic boom, but as this clip from Sunday’s “60 Minutes” illustrates, things look a little different there these days.
A California senator is working to push a bill through the state’s legislative channels that would make global warming a required study topic in California public schools, but detractors maintain that the science behind Sen. Joe Simitian’s proposed academic addition is unclear.