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What's it like living next to a shaking, spewing volcano? And what can Hawaiians do about it? Also, we go inside the caldera of a German volcano that erupted with such violence that it stopped the River Rhine entirely.
Follow us into a darkened German cinema to talk about how the stuff we breathe out when we're watching a movie has implications on the future of film ratings — and on a young field of medicine.
Half of young British people say they're bisexually inclined, how to become a Jedi warrior right here on planet Earth, and why China's "artificial moons" might be artificial science.
Drive into a child, or swerve and hit two grandparents? Such horrendously difficult choices will soon be programmed into ours cars. Cast your own vote in this moral bloodbath of an episode.
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