Neural circuits in the amygdala are responsible for predatory behavior in mice, according to a study published January 12 in Cell. Using optogenetics, a technique that uses light to turn neural circuits on and off, a group of researchers led by neuroscientist Ivan de Araujo of Yale University was able to turn docile mice into ruthless hunters.
Nuclear death-mice are, we assume, right around the corner
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According to a new study reported by The Wall Street Journal
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Wouldn't a Donaldson Sphere also block out all sunlight from reaching the earth's surface?
The idle man does not know what it is to enjoy rest.