This week's most popular Diggs: NASA finds new life form, lost photos from Pearl Harbor
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on December 7.
1. US Soldier: "What the F**K happened to OUR country while we were gone?" - a soldier recounts his story of being able to pass through airport security while a fellow soldier is forced to relinquish his pair of nail clippers.
2. How to Freak Out Your Neighbors - a photo of a wireless network that has been named "FBI Surveillance Van #42."
3. NASA Finds New Life - an article about NASA's discovery of a never-before-seen arsenic-based life form that "will change how we search for life elsewhere in the universe.".
4. Ron Paul: "What we need is more WikiLeaks" - A Texas Republican Congressman suggests we need more websites like WikiLeaks.
5. Photos From Pearl Harbor bombing stored in camera for 68 years - an article that claims the series of Pearl Harbor bombing photos on the website were found stored on a 68-year-old camera.
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