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Some of the world's greatest physicists couldn't tell you why our leading theory of everything is labelled "M-theory". We hit the road to solve the mystery http://ow.ly/vTa7e (Preview - sign in to read in full)
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M-theory = Maybe theory?
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Image from nowhere: the seemingly chaotic optical phenomena known as caustics.
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Frezenl Glass does this - over head projector for those who can remember. 
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Shakespeare had his eyes on the skies - astronomical discoveries from a supernova in 1572 to the discovery of Jupiter's four biggest moon pop up in his work http://ow.ly/vT8w3 (Preview - sign in to read in full)
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THIS IS A SPAM
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To the usual list of terrible things that appeared in the 1980s – bad hairdos, pleated acid-washed jeans, Miami Vice – we must now add flesh-eating bacteria http://ow.ly/vTxmN
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Our final Last Word on Energy question is: How can toddlers expend seemingly boundless energy when they eat so little?

If you have an answer, send it in for the chance to win £100

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Don't know the answer but at 60 I'm sure jealous
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Our entire special issue on sleep and dreaming is now available FREE to read with reg for a limited time: http://ow.ly/vOe05
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I dreamt about this story last night....
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When the internet dies, meet the New York meshnet that survives
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Macbeth, King Lear, Hamlet: the 6 Shakespeare characters who inspire doctors - and why http://ow.ly/vT9S4 (Preview - sign in to read in full)
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+Robert Donahue Agreed. Tennant is my favorite.
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From fruit flies to dolphins, every creature needs its shut-eye - but why? http://ow.ly/vOcGK
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Shakespeare is known for being many things – but never a scientist. On the eve of his 450th birthday, we show how his imagination was fired by the natural world http://ow.ly/vT35T
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