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At the turn of the millennium, a physicist fooled the global scientific community with the greatest discovery that never existed.
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Reading code activates a general-purpose brain network, but not language-processing centers.
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A powerful new tool lights up the brains of worms, and may soon help draw maps of other animals brains.
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