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AP was given special access inside an American nuclear missile command center and found antiquated equipment supporting the nation's deadliest weapons - adding to problems plaguing the Air Force that include low morale and security lapses. (July 8) Video provided by AP


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Market Research Using Neuroscience to Look Inside the Living Brain to Understand, Manipulate Consumer Behavior

Market Research Using Neuroscience to Look Inside the Living Brain to Understand, Manipulate Consumer Behavior

CBC (Jan. 1, 2013) — A new branch of market research is using neuroscience to look inside the living brain to understand and manipulate consumer behavior. To kick off a special four part series called Inside Your Brain, the CBC's Kelly Crowe looks at the ethical questions raised by this futuristic advertising tool.
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Electric Vehicles May Put 'Disruptive Load' on Grid

Electric Vehicles May Put 'Disruptive Load' on Grid

CBC (July 24, 2013) — Utilities such as Toronto Hydro are scrambling to ensure the aging grid can cope with the extra load from a growing fleet of electric vehicles.
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Scientists Use Gamma Rays to Make Instant Booze

Scientists Use Gamma Rays to Make Instant Booze

Buzz60 (Jan. 2, 2013) — Scientists in Brazil found a way to speed up the aging process of alcohol - just give it a shot of gamma radiation! Researchers say that it's completely safe to drink, but since each radiation machine costs over $3 million, don't expect to see this radioactive booze in your local liquor store any time soon. Gillian Pensavalle has the story.
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