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Up here in the North of Scotland, snowdrops are popping out everywhere in my garden, and the crocuses (crocii?) are not far behind. What's the betting that there will be snow on the Cairgorm in June?

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"Scientists have learned a lot about the long-term effects of hunger by studying the Dutch. "

Yes but things can go too far; Dr Mengele studied hunger and hypothermia, among other things , in the Nazi concentration camps - I think that situation was so horrific that any "upside" is simply unacceptable.

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