Nature Makes a Funny

Yes, these are really the front and back covers of this week's issue of Nature.

Really.

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The dog on the left looks so hopeful. The dog on the right... confused.

On a more serious note, Nature does have a full section on the upcoming election, including Obama's answers to some science-related questions (McCain declined to participate). Check it out.


Hat tip to Ed Yong of Not Exactly Rocket Science.

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