Still no cure for cancer, we see.
But in the ongoing race to see which academic institution can claim credit for the most pointless research into the bleedin’ obvious, Rutgers University and the Monell Chemical Senses Center find themselves in pole position (until tomorrow, when a paper will doubtless be published explaining, in full marbles-in-the-mouth, grant-assisted academic pompspeak, that humans enjoy having new shoes, or that retirement is daunting to those without pension plans).
Academics at the aforementioned institution have recently hit upon the world-changing theorem that wine tastes good with meat because it helps cut through the fattiness of the
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