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Why do some scents trigger powerful memories?

Scientific American | 
Anecdotally, many of us have had experiences where a certain smell—perhaps chlorine, fresh baked cookies, or the salty beach air—floods ...
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Explaining déjà vu: Is this eerily familiar ‘glitch in the matrix’ a form of conflict resolution?

Scientific American | 
Some think déjà vu is a sign that you're recalling an experience from a past life. Spooky! Carrie-Anne Moss, as ...
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Podcast: What if we could use artificial wombs to save premature babies?

Scientific American | 
Ectogenesis, that is the gestation outside of a biological womb, sounds like science fiction. But one of the top stories ...