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why paper cuts hurt

I suppose one of the benefits of e-readers & 'paperless' offices (haha) is a reduction in the risks of paper cuts. Because those cuts jolly well hurt! Part of that may just be because they usually involve fingers & those are in use so much that our attention is constantly drawn to the afflicted part. But there's more to it than that, and this video from Scientific American explains why:

The comments thread over on youtube is rather fun!

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thanks for the jpg - have passed it on to ITS to see if they can see what's happening behind the scenes in regard to making comments :)

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