More links for 23 Oct 2007

Japan has held a special 'robot athletic meet' in which competing robots played football and danced. A video of the robots in action after the jump. [YouTube]
Instructions on how to make vodka pills in 24 hours. [Chadzilla]
Bartender scams. [YouTube]
A leading theoretical physicist has tapped the best scientific brains of the age to provide a startling vision of the future. [Telegraph]
A beautiful performance. [LiveVideo]
Front end loader used in attempt to steal bank ATMs. With video. [Wftv]
Tests reveal high chemical levels in kids' bodies. [Cnn]
Another mother has beaten million to one odds by having two babies after conceiving twice in a month. [The Sun]
Kitty says hello in her very own way, sounding almost like a human. [VidMax]
A patient's positive or negative emotional state had no direct bearing on cancer survival or disease progression. [Bbc]
Smoking does not keep you slim. [CourierMail]
It's not even real grass. But in the midst of what may be the worst drought ever in North Carolina, Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are watering the synthetic turfs used by their field hockey teams. [Newsobserver]
Pregnant teens common among dinosaurs. [Discovery]
Six Asiatic wild elephants have died of electrocution after the herd, drunk on country liquor, dashed against a high-tension electric pole and came in contact with a live wire. [Yahoo News]
A man with three gunshot wounds boarded a flight in Tampa for North Carolina and only asked for a Band-Aid in flight. With video. [Local6]
Remarkable photographs showing the past (1900) and present of various places in Britain. [DailyMail]