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By Briana Rognlin for Blisstree.com Most of the time, we hear about avoiding processed foods because they'll make us fat.
The project looks at two subjects eating two similar meals: one composed of processed foods (gatorade, ramen, and gummi bears); the other of homemade versions (hibiscus drink, homemade broth with noodles and gummi bears made of juice). What happens to the foods is drastically different; possibly because, as Bardin puts it, Top Ramen is made to survive armageddon, while homemade noodles are made to be eaten.Warning: It's best to watch this video after you've eaten your breakfast.
Leading neuroscientists believe that the UK Government may be about to sanction the development of nerve agents for British police that would be banned in warfare under an international treaty on chemical weapons.
On the RMB100 bank note, right next to the picture of Mao, the Great Helmsman, there appears to be cartoonish renditions of three cats, two prostrating before the "leader cat" in the center, with its arms raised and eyes glazed.
A brief recap of the satellite news media tour on February 1, 2012 that looked at the science of falling snow, how NASA observes snow from space, and the factors that lead to the 2010 "Snowmageddon." For more on the story, check out http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/know-snow.html
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