Link25 (161) – The Florida Gators Appeal Edition

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Report: Florida feels "relatively good" about winning Will Grier appeal with NCAA

FloridagatorsDenny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

orida quarterback Will Grier is currently set to miss both the remainder of the 2015 season and the first six games of the Gators’ 2016 campaign. But rumors have popped up on message boards that Florida is optimistic about its chances of Grier’s appeal to the NCAA for a suspension that only runs to the end of (Click on the title to read the full article)

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$2 Photo Found At Junk Store Has Billy The Kid In It, Could Be Worth $5M

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It’s not every day you can plop down two bucks and walk away with some “junk” that is worth a fortune. But that’s what happened when a collector purchased an old-timey photo from a Fresno, Calif., antiques shop.

It turns out, the infamous outlaw Billy the Kid is in the photo, apparently taking part in a leisurely game of croquet.

The image could be worth up to $5 million.

Kagin’s Inc., a numismatics firm, announced it had authenticated the photo earlier this month. The 4-inch-by-5-inch tintype shows (Click the title to read the full article)


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Someone made a mobile home out of 215,158 Legos and it makes your apartment look downright comfortable.

legoYou Tube: Motorhome & Caravan Show

“Ow, ow, ow, #[email protected]&.” That’s the sound of you, walking barefoot through your new vacation pad. That’s right, the latest stunning Lego achievement is a full sized Lego mobile home. Constructed with 215,158 of the colorful bricks, the impressive (Click on the title to read the full article)

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Apple is learning an expensive lesson about universities

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You may have heard that Apple’s on the hook for $862 million in potential penalties after a jury ruled that it infringed on a patent owned by the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

The university appears to be asking for roughly half that amount, about $400 million, but that is still a huge amount of money, particularly in relation to (Click the title to read the full article)


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What The Heck Is This Huge Lump On The Moon?

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Volcanoes capture the imagination like little else on Earth, but did you know that there are also volcanoes on the Moon? Planetary scientists have often thought that the Moon is a “dead” satellite, in that there is no longer any internal heat left to drive surface processes like earthquakes, mountain building, or volcanic eruptions. Although recent evidence has suggested that volcanism on the Moon may have been happening more recently than previously thought, a new study published this week in (Click the title to read the full article).



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