Perhaps Another Reason To Spike That Eggnog?

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Ig Nobel Prizes Celebrate Somewhat Suspect Science

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All out of nutmeg? The same algorithms that predicts your friends on Facebook can also figure out ingredient substitutions for your pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving. Courtesy of Lada Adamic. hide caption

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Desktop Diaries: Temple Grandin

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The warmer orange colors show parts of the brain most active during improvisational rap. The blue regions are most active when rappers performed a memorized piece. NIDCD hide caption

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Oliver Sacks: Hallucinations

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