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    Patricia Ruggiero Feb. 14, 2006, 5:09 a.m. (Message 44253)

    The Washington Post provided this link last week to a journal article on
    this subject.  I just printed it out, so I can't tell you anything more.
    
    http://genetics.plosjournals.org
    
    Then search for "dance."  The article is 10 pages as a PDF.
    
    Pat
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    Thomas G. Mungall, III Feb. 14, 2006, 2:47 p.m. (Message 44258, in reply to message 44253)

    Below is the synopsis of the article and the direct link. I'm not sure most
    will want to go beyond the synopsis. ;-)
    BTW these are open access, free use articles.
    Tom Mungall
    Baton Rouge, La, USA
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    Patricia Ruggiero Feb. 14, 2006, 4:35 p.m. (Message 44260, in reply to message 44258)

    Tom Mungall wrote:
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    > Below is the synopsis of the article and the direct link. I'm 
    > not sure most will want to go beyond the synopsis.
    
    I tried, but fell asleep.
    
    Pat
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    Jim Healy Feb. 14, 2006, 5:33 p.m. (Message 44262, in reply to message 44260)

    Greetings!
    
    In one of his short stories, 'The Dead Past', Isaac Asimov has a main 
    character whose profession is writing academic theses in accessible language 
    (for non specialist funding sources). Ahead of his time again :)
    
    Jim Healy

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