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01 July 2010

Butterfly effect in the brain

Next time your brain plays tricks on you, you have an excuse: according to new research the brain is intrinsically unreliable.

Next time your brain plays tricks on you, you have an excuse: according to new research by UCL scientists published today in the journal Nature, the brain is intrinsically unreliable.

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