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In a study published on April 16th a group of researchers found that the size, shape and structure of parts of the brain are changed in teens and young adults who smoke weed as little as once a week
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+serena smart he was referring to the study in the article not questioning your illogical story of someone dying from half a joint....toxicity of thc has been confirmed over and over as about the same as saline....what they pump in your arm evertime someone has an account of a thc allergy ever in recorded make get stoned and fall off a balcony but never od.....sillyness....
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Our live chart shows that after four difficult years, Greece’s debt woes are easing. The country is slowly getting back to normal, though it isn't there yet  
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Do you mean Molon Lave?lol..
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Our chart looks at the monetary savings made from abstaining over Lent. Of the most common items that people eschew, like alcohol, cigarettes and fast food, Catholics living in Dublin will have saved the most, around $780 if they resisted all the vices in our index. Wine and beer save believers the most cash in São Paulo, Brazil, the country home to the most Catholics in the world 
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Um Australia...doesn't fit the message but cigarettes $20 a pack, so $800 over forty days... Not a smoker, just saying
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Various strands of research suggest that political, economic and judicial processes are affected by the prospect of polling day. The Economist explains why elections are bad for you 
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The economic consequences of not bailing out the banks are that the US and the world would still be trying to dig out of a terrible depression.  If the public understood the consequences of not bailing out the banks, they would have voted for bailing out the banks.  The US Government has generated a significant profit on those loans/options besides staving off a depression.  There are few times in the history of the US that any government spending program has generated a profit.

While it is easy to throw rocks at Democracy, which admittedly has is flaws, the alternative is not very pretty.
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The Economist explains what civil-asset forfeiture means 
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Video: Our correspondents discuss the IPCC on mitigating climate change, the big data backlash and reusable rockets
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Bigger the lie, bigger the backlash
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In this video our correspondents explain three stories that made the news this week: a report on climate change, Silvio Berlusconi's community-service sentence and European banking rules. To find out more, view via our website   
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Ebola is back. As of April 14th the virus had infected 168 people in Guinea, in west Africa, according to the World Health Organisation. At least 108 have died. Airports are taking travellers' temperatures and Senegal's border with Guinea was closed. With a mortality rate of up to 90%, ebola is terrifying. The Economist explains how to contain an outbreak 
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+Katarina Romanov Anyway its an interesting history, Iam reading War and Peace of Tolstoi.....the Royal people not only in Russia if not in Europe, by then speak in French because was the elegant language, curious aspects

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The new weekly issue of The Economist is now available to view via our website and apps: 

To view our leader on Russia and Ukraine go to: 

This week’s covers:
Worldwide ex Asia Pacific: Insatiable
Asia Pacific: China's future
The cities that will change the world: A 14-page special report
April 19th – 25th 2014
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Judging by the covers the rest of the world looks like a really grim place for the Economist
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Our chart reveals which countries spend the most on their military. Military spending increased last year in every region except the West. Strikingly, Russia spent more than America relative to the size of its economy for the first time in a decade. With tensions growing in Ukraine, budgets in the West might start to increase too 
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Instead of spending on dev'tal issues, they are projecting to military!! 
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