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This X-ray shows electrodes that have been implanted in the brain of a patient with epilepsy before surgery to remove tissue causing the patient's seizures. The electrodes were also used to study how the brain processes language. Ned T. Sahin/Science hide caption

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In Milliseconds, Brain Zips From Thought To Speech

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He's King Of His World: Max (Max Records) brandishes his scepter before his loyal — well, loyal as wild things can be — subjects. From left: The Bull (Michael Berry), Douglas (Chris Cooper), Alexander (Paul Dano), Judith (Catherine O'Hara), KW (Lauren Ambrose), Ira (Forest Whitaker) and Carol (James Gandolfini). Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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'Where The Wild Things Are,' Dismay Also Lurks

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