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Does The Human Brain Work Better In Colder Environments?

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Posted by Harvey on December 19, 2001 05:07:31 UTC

This might seem to be an off the wall question, but generally it seems to me that colder environments have produced societies with higher education standards, more industrialization, and (unfortunately) a higher capacity to colonize. Is my view incorrect, or is there perhaps coincidences that I might have missed?

Warm regards, Harv (or should I say cold regards?)

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