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- Study Says Women Can Spot Cheaters At A Glance
- Scientists Might've Discovered World's Oldest Dinosaur
- Researchers Can Tell A Liar By The Nose With The 'Pinocchio Effect'
- A Holiday Gift Guide For The Bearded Man In Your Life
- Love Of Spicy Food Is Built Into Your Personality
And don't forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- FYI: What Do Forensic Chemists Do, And Why Would They Cheat?
- This Is What Thinking About Nothing Looks Like
- Better Than A Condom? Discreet Nanofabric Protects Against Pregnancy and HIV
- NASA Satellites Capture Earth As You've Never Seen It
- NASA Loves Mars A Lot And Plans To Send It Another Curiosity In 8 Years
- Why Aren't We Afraid Of A Tsunami Hitting San Francisco?
- Oceangoing Robot Comes Ashore In Australia, Completing A 9,000-Mile Autonomous Pacific Crossing
- FYI: What Makes Hair Curly?
- Remembering Dave Brubeck, The Mathematical Pianist (1920-2012)
- You Built What?!: A Remote-Controlled Robo-Arm
- Samsung's Galaxy Camera Is The Camera Of The Future [Review]
- Does Edible Deodorant Work?
Could Popsci do an article on making commuter trains safer? The train accident fatality in New York recently could have been avoided by just having a scanning laser in front of the train check for changes on the track ahead. Just like the cars that drive themselves can avoid running over people. What would train safety tech look like with more powerful braking, air bags, and stop buttons along the ledge surrounding the track.
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