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Once upon a time, it didn't matter if a clock tower in Spoleto kept time a little differently than a tower in Assisi and far differently than one in Rome.
Epidemiologists can help you justify sitting around with a book.
Our fascination with the brain seems to come from a longing to make psychology more like a hard science and hence, we assume, more useful.