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Interactive video lesson plan for: Evolution & The Science of Popular Music

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This week, researchers reveal the single most important influence on music since 1960. Also, turns out that sleepwalking and sleep terrors are genetically linked.

Sleep Disorders: https://youtu.be/P55WBVZ6hY4

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