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From the 'I wish I had seen that first!' files come the following fascinating posts:

The incredibly loud world of bug sex - in which tiny little bugs make incredibly loud noises as part of their sex lives :-)

Wait, what? They did a study to find THIS out? - a question which I will confess to asking now & again. The study this blogger examined was into the effects of violent TV programs on kids' sleep patterns. (Darcy, you need to read this. Really.)

Biocranial baloney - a critical look at a new chiropractic technique...

and

Is your crappy boyfriend stressing you out? - an entertaining and interesting look at the effects of bad relationships on those caught up in them.

Enjoy.

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Hi! Thanks for including my post... :-)

P.S. Is there some way for me to sign up for your blog to receive updates via email?

My pleasure - I really enjoyed reading your post :-)

The blog has an rss feed: http://sci.waikato.ac.nz/bioblog/atom.xml - hope that helps.

Morning Report on National Radio this morning is doing a report on the incredibly loud world of bug sex - wonder how they got on to that?

Not through me, I suspect. The Herald also ran the story, with an attribution to a news feed. Oh well.

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