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A new analysis adds to existing evidence for a racial disparity in wait times at polling places
The brains of those who are blind repurpose the vision regions for adaptive hearing, and they appear to do so in a consistent way.
Calling a distant world Earth-like is bad practice; calling it habitable is not much better
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