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The Case For And Against Intervening In Syria

While the Obama administration has been considering an armed intervention in Syria following the gassing deaths of hundreds of Syrian civilians, a vocal movement in Congress and among the general public has emerged in opposition of any U.S.

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50% Of Americans Oppose Intervention In Syria

According to an NBC poll, 50 percent of Americans oppose the use of military force against Syria in the wake of a purported chemical weapons attack by the government of Bashar al-Assad, compared to 42 percent who support military action.
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Scientists Grow Miniature Human Brains

Neuroscientists at an Austrian lab have grown pea-sized human brains that reach the same level of development as a 9-week-old fetus, though they claim the miniature brains, which are kept in nutrient-rich baths, are incapable of thought. What do you think?

  • “Aw.”

    Nancy Capra
    Adult Education Teacher
  • “Are they taking volunteers? A nutrient-rich bath sounds really nice.”

    Hans Rykes
    Furs Salesperson
  • “How are they on a salad?”

    Kent Winter
    Multifocal Lens Assembler
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