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(Science Daily)   Scientist publishes study to explain why he hasnt published anything in the last 10 years   (sciencedaily.com) divider line 6
    More: Obvious, rats, University of Missouri, genetics, animal sciences, veterinarians, laziness, mitochondria, muscle cells  
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2013-04-09 10:23:19 AM  
The couch potatoes laugh at all the runners wildly applying for Darwin awards.
 
2013-04-09 02:48:40 PM  
The scientist was a rat? That seems more impressive than the study itself.
 
2013-04-09 03:12:41 PM  
Because his parents were not prolific scientists?
 
2013-04-09 05:12:42 PM  
From the Institute of the Stunningly Obvious
 
2013-04-10 12:26:54 AM  
THE MORE TIME YOU SPEND IN REPORTING ON WHAT YOU ARE DOING, THE LESS TIME YOU WILL HAVE TO DO ANYTHING. STABILITY IS ACHIEVED WHEN YOU SPEND ALL YOUR TIME REPORTING ON THE NOTHING YOU ARE DOING.
 
2013-04-11 07:44:12 AM  

notmtwain: The couch potatoes laugh at all the runners wildly applying for Darwin awards.


Too bad so few of you read the article. It was about how rat studies show that laziness is genetic, i.e.,  you were bred to lay there on your Mom's couch.

/ I really thought it would take off here on Fark.

// Not subby

/// Maybe it hit too close to home?
 
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