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Scientists watch the brain wrestle with moral dilemmas

By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / June 1, 2004

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It is wartime. You and your family are hiding in the basement. You can hear the enemy soldiers approaching. To your horror, the baby begins to fuss and cry. If you cover her mouth, she will suffocate and die. If you do not, the soldiers will find you and you'll all be killed. What do you do? (Full Article: 1000 Words)

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