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Several years ago, I was flying from John Wayne (KSNA) to Big Bear (L35) on a route that crossed that of arriving traffic into Ontario (KONT). It was the anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first flight, well into the holiday gift-buying season. ... East of Ontario, SoCal instructed me to alter course 20 degrees to the right to avoid traffic at my 10 o'clock, a southwest-bound 757 descending out of 8,000 feet. My traffic was a UPS cargo flight headed into Ontario, no doubt laden with gifts from the North Pole. ... After we passed, SoCal instructed me to resume my own nav. I replied, "Never let it be said that this Piper driver doesn't give way to Santa Claus." Chuckles ensued on 134.0! -- Tom Corbett

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Mr. Baer, who worked as an engineer at a military contractor, became obsessed with building a “game box” that would allow people to play games on a standard television set.

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Patterns derived from the veins on a leaf and spider-webs could be key for designing electrical networks for optoelectronic systems, according to researchers from Boston College and South China Normal University

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The performance chemicals business will focus on organic growth, cash generation

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Environmental groups had advocated for a hazardous designation for the coal by-product.

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