Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Around 30% don't learn from mistakes, approve of Bush presidency

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In about 30 percent, the coils of their DNA carry a glitch, one that leaves their brains with few dopamine receptors, molecules that act as docking ports for one of the neurochemicals that carry our thoughts and emotions.
Children with the genetic variant are unable to learn from mistakes.
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With approval ratings in the 30 percent range, Bush was given eight or nine minutes to speak, and convention planners made it clear there was no need for him to leave the White House to do so.

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I can't help but think these two news stories are connected somehow.

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