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Science  14 Mar 1997:
Vol. 275, Issue 5306, pp. 1401-1404
DOI: 10.1126/science.275.5306.1401

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If experts can't decide on the merits of a medical procedure, how is an ordinary citizen to do so? How many transistors can dance on the head of a chip? Is too much sun bad for coffee? Can great poetry be “cloned”? (Left, Dolly, the muse.) Do mutant Drosophila fruit flies provide a good “model” of the sexual behavior of Homo sapiens males? And didn't two Italians discover “swollen atoms”?