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Slap or No Slap, revisited [21 words]
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Francisco SantaellaMay 24, 2012 02:51195813
when a woman slaps a Muslim man [100 words]Claudia AppelDec 20, 2011 03:16191871
No Butterflies-Rather Moths to the Flames [241 words]M. ToveyDec 19, 2011 18:06191858
3Is history really chaotic, or merely slightly random? [418 words]
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Dan SimonDec 19, 2011 01:50191837
1Classical mechanics is a much better model to understand history than the theory of chaos or the theory of random processes [1223 words]IanusDec 22, 2011 16:48191837
The slap-in-the-face that never took place [7 words]
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Francisco SantaellaDec 18, 2011 14:03191822
The Slap Heard Around the World - BUTTERFLY EFFECT [31 words]Balarabe AbbaDec 18, 2011 11:29191819
1Saying Thanks for the Slap [44 words]Jay1Dec 17, 2011 16:25191798
Not really? [63 words]
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WestieDec 17, 2011 12:26191796
Not really? [69 words]Francisco SantaellaDec 19, 2011 05:57191796
1Butterflies not in Brazil but in the White House set off or end political tornadoes [1257 words]IanusDec 21, 2011 12:04191796

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