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Science and Science Fiction Link Roundup March 18, 2012

Some of the science and SF links originally posted on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook this week: Guest Essay: ‘Machine’ Author Jennifer Pelland on Mechanical Immortality « Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, Comics, and Games No Pulse: How Doctors Reinvented The Human Heart | Popular ScienceLife without a pulse! The Funny Thing About ResearchCT Adams and Cathy Clamp explain how Mycobacterium leprae became a "magical" bacterium.
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