Careers & Jobs
Maps & Directions
Full MSN Index
Meet the Press
KLG & Hoda
Comics & Games
Kozmonot's Recent Activity
High court signals skepticism on patenting genes
Mon Apr 15, 2013
Didn't Michael Crichton write a book about this a few years back? I think it was called, "Next".
US Marine kills two colleagues at Quantico base
Fri Mar 22, 2013
Gordona - When people start griping about Bush's "illegal war" (or whatever they want to call it) - they often try to make it a "republican thing", and forget that a large number of democrats were in favor of that war as well.
'Suffocating in the streets': Chemical weapons attack reported in Syria
Tue Mar 19, 2013
If the question is over "whodunnit?" - send in the CSI's. I imagine it wouldn't be too difficult to tell whether it was a SCUD (tactical ballistic missile) or a much smaller (2.75 or 5 inch) rocket by the amount damage caused, size of blast, amount and type of debris, etc.
Teen's confession: Horror film inspired murder of mom, sister
Fri Jan 25, 2013
AngryWhitemale - Unfortunately, your belief leaves you with no rational reason to believe in any sort of "right or wrong", or any notion of "real truth".
Disbelief in some quarters after NRA calls for armed guards at every school, blames movies
Fri Dec 21, 2012
Tallguy - you're making the same argument the gun owners are - "Don't call my video games (or guns) bad and don't try to ban them! After all, I play (own) them and I don't go out killing anyone, so they must be safe and OK." The point is, our minds are shaped by what we "value".
Dark matter is running out of places to hide from scientists
Tue Nov 27, 2012
We need to be careful when we start talking about believing in things that we can't detect and are not visible - it starts to sound like were talking about God or something (believing in something that can't be seen or detected). :-D
Bankruptcy judge approves Hostess liquidation
Wed Nov 21, 2012
I hope they get better help from their union than I did from the 2 unions I have been affiliated with in the past.
U.S. sues BofA over alleged mortgage fraud
Wed Oct 24, 2012
Some of us questioned the agents at the signing about why some of our personal information on our paperwork had been changed when they typed it up and was now incorrect, if not fraudulent, and were assured by everyone involved (brokers and agents on both sides) that it was OK, and would make things …
Arizonans to vote on taking Grand Canyon, other lands from federal control
Tue Oct 23, 2012
Though I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not, the "constitutional" issue is an interesting one. Technically, it's unconstitutional for the federal government to control state lands. The U.S. Constitution specifically lays out what powers the federal government does and does not have.
Will science someday rule out the possibility of God?
Tue Sep 18, 2012
All I know is I just read, yet another article that contained a whole bunch of words like "if we discover...", "one man believes...", etc. and then starts making dogmatic statements based on "faith" that "someday science will prove..." - and it sounds a lot like the kind of "faith" that they ridicul …
Questions & Answers
Kozmonot hasn't answered any TODAY questions yet.
Video: Raising decent kids in indecent times
Video: Working single dad takes pay cut to keep child care assistance
Video: Mom: How my son found my adult toy
Video: 6 etiquette tips for summer weddings, reunions
Video: Baseball helmet safety standards to increase
OK to send your snoring partner to the couch? Vote here!
Would you live with an ex?
Is it OK to potty train your kid in public?
How do you feel if your child's name becomes more popular?
Can your kids be unspoiled?
Should first-time expectant moms get a gift for Mother's Day?
Who has the best stubble? Willie, Al or Jason?
Do you prefer dolls with or without makeup?
'Promposals': Are they sweet or over the top?
When do you start wearing maternity clothes?
Other TODAY users
© 2013 NBCNews.com
Terms & Conditions