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A Week In Science – 19 October 2012

Water found on the moon that may have come from the Sun Article from ABC Science

Ancient fish show origins of teeth Article from the London Natural History Museum

Cranberries may not prevent UTI’s Article from BBC

Milk developed which may prevent HIV infection Article from AdelaideNow

Dolphins can sleep with half their brain Article from the LA Times

Algae present on coral exacerbates bleaching Article from PhysOrg

Felix Baumgartner sets new skydiving and freefall records Red Bull Stratos website

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  1. I love buckwheat! I rmbmeeer eating kasha varnishkes at my grandmother’s house as a kid. My Russian acupuncturist turned me onto this wonderful gluten-free grain recently. Thanks for the great new recipe for it!

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