Juneau science columnist Lee Dye writes that it may not be unusual for everyone to have different opinions or internally conflicting feelings about the war in Iraq. In this expanded version of an interview that aired during Morning Edition, Dye profiles the latest research on the brain in his weekly column for ABC News.comRelated Link: Dye Hard Science
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