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|1||/Via @prem_k @kswift_crow why doesn't the feet of crows freeze in cold weather? https://t.co/JKo9YbrO63 ~ vv interesting - Original Tweet||2||prem_k||2017-01-11 05:14:13|
|2||Give away time to gain time ~ brilliant /Via @karticv https://t.co/7Ei3HAxJbb - Original Tweet||3||karticv||2017-01-08 10:59:23|
|3||/Via @aditya_gn do we perceive a person directly or through their story? https://t.co/XFpekAeOp3 ~ brilliant /cc @rs_prasanna - Original Tweet||3||aditya_gn||2017-01-07 08:36:15|
|4||Why do we overestimate the short term and underestimate the long term? https://t.co/aSCtFU6ZSz ~ vv insightful /Via @rsukumar - Original Tweet||2||rsukumar||2017-01-07 07:11:13|
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