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Are reactions to music are down to culture or basic biology? Stephen McAdams took Western tunes to the Congo to find out... http://ow.ly/LKE7W
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I know the answer to that! Basically in a nutshell the vibrations and our brains and all that stuff lol am I a scientist then 
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For a true palaeo diet, season your mammoth meat with herbs.
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were  they  on food network ?
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What's the effect of putting people in pigeonholes? One exhibition explores the concept through art and academia http://ow.ly/LKSuD
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Policy-makers the world over urgently need to address the growing divide between haves and have-nots. Science has much to tell them – if only they would listen http://ow.ly/LGJCp
Policy-makers the world over urgently need to address the growing divide between haves and have-nots. Science has much to tell them – if only they would
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Yes, it's back! And it's telling us something special about primate brains http://ow.ly/LL0yn
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That they're stupid enough to follow this nonsense one more time?
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Man's best friend? Science suggests so... http://ow.ly/LK51y
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 Yup that Asian lady looks like she would be a great friend..
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Fear the blob. 2000 kilometres wide and 100 metres deep, it's looming off the Pacific coast of North America from Juneau in Alaska to Baja California. What's with this weird warm water? http://ow.ly/LHFHP
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Me gusta mucho nuestro Mundo terraqueo se ve spectacular,es muy grande y ahi vivimos es lo que Nuestro padre Jesus hizo para el hombre y el mismo hombre lo esta destruyendo, que te parece ............
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As native Hawaiians halt construction of a giant telescope, we look at why science sometimes needs to back down... http://ow.ly/LKj5C
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In this week's Feedback, the late Terry Pratchett inspired a number of suggestions for naming the phenomenon of the inevitability of improbable combinations of events, including "Rincewind's Rule" and "Pratchett's Postulate"

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Feedback is our weekly column of bizarre stories, implausible advertising claims, confusing instructions and more. WHAT should we call the phenomenon exemplified by Feedback's perception that "anyone who suspects the probability of a set of independent failures occurring together to be ...
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Watch this video of wild chimps looking both ways before crossing the road... http://ow.ly/LKZpt
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If we were money's why are there still moneys bullshit
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Today on New Scientist: how colour vision made us human, Ceres glows in the sunlight, canine bonding, and more http://ow.ly/LKUNp
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