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"Our results suggest that habitual analytical thinking could be one reason scientists tend to be disbelievers," notes Norenzayan. It also suggests that – as some religious people fear – exposure to science may erode belief, not just through discoveries such as evolution, but just by promoting analytical thinking.

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Nope. Wet wrinkling may serve a purpose: better grip and traction.

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