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    That is like the taste version of tetrachromats: The Humans With Super Human Vision | DiscoverMagazine.com

    Radiolab on it here (and other sight / color stories): The Perfect Yellow - Radiolab
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovela View Post
    I thought this was about bill nye :(

    Will try and find articles though..
    I thought it was about Thomas Dolby.

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    Crows remember faces and hold grudges


    Angry Birds: Crows Never Forget Your Face : Discovery News
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    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/08/sc...rity.html?_r=0





    In a comprehensive six-year study of the mammalian family tree, scientists have identified and reconstructed what they say is the most likely common ancestor of the many species on the most abundant and diverse branch of that tree — the branch of creatures that nourish their young in utero through a placenta. The work appears to support the view that in the global extinctions some 66 million years ago, all non-avian dinosaurs had to die for mammals to flourish.
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    This came out a couple weeks ago, not sure if any of you saw it but I thought it was pretty cool
    Shakespeare and Martin Luther King demonstrate potential of DNA storage | Science | The Guardian
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChilledAgua View Post
    There's another model for a cyclic universe too.

    Universe bounces back from the brink : Nature News

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    This came out a couple weeks ago, not sure if any of you saw it but I thought it was pretty cool
    Shakespeare and Martin Luther King demonstrate potential of DNA storage | Science | The Guardian
    A friend of mine introduced me to a great talk about this a few days ago.

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