Today’s top links teach us about China, Republicans and the craziest Oprah fans out there.
Decaf Tea: Lessons from yesterday’s primaries: Republicans don’t like their own party’s leaders, the GOP presidential race will focus on far-right politics and the media is going to go crazy about it. (The Atlantic)
Into Thin Air: A 727 plane that missing in Angola. It hasn’t been seen since 2003, despite investigations by the FBI, CIA and many others. Check out an in-depth look into the missing aircraft. (Air & Space)
New Media: Chinese officials are finally acknowledging the country’s 70 million bloggers, who are lifting the veil of secrecy from China’s affairs. (New York Times)
Shifty Shipments: Identity theft doesn’t just harm your credit cards. Scammers found one woman’s address, then constantly shipped stolen goods to her. (MSNBC)
High-Pitched Hollywood: If you haven’t heard of squeaky-voiced Fred, you don’t have kids. But the young’uns are crazy for Bieber-haired YouTube Lucas Cruikshank, who plays his character Fred Figglehorn in an upcoming Nickelodeon movie. (Washington Post)
Real-Life Ride: A four-seated, human-powered quadcycle — with monster wheels. You definitely want this in your garage. (TheDailyWh.at)
Elsewhere on TIME.com: KFC’s Colonel Sanders: He’s real, and you should know his story.
Must-See: 3-D light paintings, made with iPads. (via Have you seen this)