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New study shows people becoming dumber, more intelligent

Day 45. 113 pages, 52,428 words. Urgh, time was stolen from me. No more excuses. In a stunning contradiction that psychologists and neurosurgeons are calling “the great paradox of our modern time”, a new study has shown that while the … Continue reading

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Journey to the Centre of the Couch, Aside: Dicing with Death

A little while ago I made a throw-away comment about black holes, and dicing with them, that I’d like to take a brief time-out to explain, because frankly what Creepy did next was characteristically – and paradoxically – unpredictable, random, … Continue reading

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The Stupid

The Gesipulid is generally credited as being the most shockingly stupid[1] creature that ever lived. Many reputable scientists dispute its legitimacy on grounds of its artificiality: it was a construct specifically designed to be stupid, its life functions – its … Continue reading

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