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Truth Decay: The Half-Life Of Facts
"Science has always been about getting closer to the truth, and anybody who understands it knows that a continual transformation of accepted knowledge along the way is how it works. However, sometimes it can feel random and unsettling. Smoking has gone from doctor-recommended to deadly. Eating meat used to be good for you, then bad, then good again." New Scientist 09/25/12
Posted September 26, 2012 12:48 AM




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