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D4: Autism is very modern, in geologic terms

I found this interesting. With the ongoing discussion of how much Neanderthal DNA is in modern humans and how that affects the populations that have said DNA I expect to see more stories along these lines.

D6: File under ‘They needed a study to learn that’

The single best line occurs early: Research on cats is slim compared with research on dogs. That may be because cats can’t be bothered to participate in the experiments.

D8: A little fairy godmother

I forget where I first got pointed to Alice’s Kids, but it was in a story about their explosive growth when they showed up in the Washington Post earlier this year. Consider giving a dollar or two as they are the kind of charity that does things only requiring a dollar or two.

D12: I guessed why when I read the story

I am actually excited to see what the results of this study would be. Is life that hardy? What would we learn about needed lunar shelters.

D20: Now that would be a day at the range

I like going to the range. But wow, I’d love going to the range as an author for a tactical magazine.


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