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Tiny animals could drive the motion of the oceans

A new study has shown that the collective swimming of brine shrimp impacts water currents. This has led some scientists to speculate that the motion of the world's oceans is dependent upon the swimming of tiny marine animals.

Japan's current account woes throw spotlight on economic risks

Japan posted its smallest current account surplus on record last year, throwing the spotlight back on Tokyo's ability to service its huge debt and exposing a danger point in an economy starting to find it

New bride falls into river and drowns at wedding photo shoot

Montreal - She wanted to be photographed in her wedding dress one last time, but as the newlywed bride posed beside the Ouareau River in Quebec, she lost her footing on the slippery rocks and was swept away by the river current.

Island Alex's song 'Drill Baby Drill' debuts nationally Special

A rally for prospective oil spill clean-up volunteers, held in the Florida Keys, was covered by CBS Evening News in a segment aired June 21 and featuring "Drill Baby Drill," a song written and performed by a local singer.

Video Bloggers On Current.Com Now Vetted By Editors From The Guardian,, the news station launched by ex US Vice President Al Gore, has linked up with the Guardian and to offer a peer-to-peer news and information network to US readers. Its vloggers might be published in these prestigious media.

Al Gore’s Current Endeavor

However one may view Al Gore’s politics, many find his “Current” project enticing. By creating a system that is interactive as well as responsive to users, "Current" may be able to capture a huge audience, including the elusive 18-34 demographic.

PS2 2007, still alive and kicking.

Think current-gen gaming is dead? We deliver over a dozen reasons to keep your PS2 humming in 2007

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