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“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death,” said the famous physicist Albert Einstein—and one of the 150-plus Nobel Prize-winning scientists who has authored a feature article in Scientific American. If you feel inspired by Einstein’s drive for lifelong learning, you may like to know you have some support in the new [...]

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We’re All X-Men as Far as Genetic Mutations Go

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“Mutants became objects of fear and hatred.” — Kitty Pryde narrating in the story “Days of Future Past” found in The Uncanny X-Men #141 in January 1980 “In her DNA they found the key to her mutant power.” — Professor X musing about how Mystique was used to derive special powers for the Sentinel army [...]

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