Our sense of time can be influenced by things like drinking coffee, or being on an adrenaline rush from an amusement park ride like this one at Dreamworld in Australia. Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images hide caption

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A close-up composite image of a dust particle. The green patches contain bromine, calcium and/or iron. Courtesy of American Chemical Society hide caption

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A team at NASA tests possible maneuvers for the Mars rover Spirit to use to escape the soft soil it has been stuck in since April. NASA/JPL-Caltech hide caption

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A new study suggests that crying infants may be imitating the patterns of the language they heard while in the womb. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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