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Healing Honey And The New Queen Bee(keepers)
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Listen to Bug Highway In The Sky
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Friendly Company: The vuvuzela's characteristic buzzing sound hits the register at a B-flat, the same note that emanates from a supermassive black hole. Rajesh Jantilal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen To B-Flat
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Mouse Sleeps With Scientist, Scientist Thrilled
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A Science Lesson For A Fiery Fourth
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Night turned into day on July 9, 1962, when the U.S. government exploded a hydrogen bomb 1,000 times more powerful than the bomb that hit Hiroshima above Earth's atmosphere. This is a sunset you don't ever want to see. Terry Luke/Honolulu Star-Advertiser hide caption

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A Very Scary Light Show: Exploding H-Bombs In Space
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The Leviathan melvillei attacks a medium-size baleen whale in this artist's rendition. C. Letenneur/MNHN hide caption

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Prehistoric Whale Ate Other Whales For Breakfast
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Listen To A Man Read With His Tongue
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Geek Your Father's Day
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Brains, Like Red Wine, Get Better With Age
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Tiny metal electrodes are attached to Albert Einstein's head to pick up impulses from his brain and to magnify and record them for study in 1950 in Princeton, N.J. Dr. Alejandro Arellano kneels beside him. AP/NAP hide caption

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Einstein's Brain Unlocks Some Mysteries Of The Mind
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A question: can you predict Alzheimer's by a careful analysis of someone’s writing? An English professor has suggested there are tell-tale signs of early Alzheimer's in Agatha Christie’s book, Elephants Can Remember. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen To What Your Writing Might Reveal
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