‘New York Times Stunts Insects’ Growth’ (2015)

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Here’s a startling fact that’s been known to science since at least 1977, and no one’s ever acted on it:

Insects raised in cages lined with copies of The New York Times don’t grow normally, and die before reaching maturity.


Why is that not surprising? Look what The New York Times does to human brains. What chance has a grasshopper?

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