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The Most Popular Posts on PSmag.com and Other Stuff We Liked This Past Week

Booze and soda top our charts again, but they're closely followed by features from our latest print issue.
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Every week, we share with you our top posts and some of our favorite reads from across the Web. Get all of this—and more—directly in your inbox by signing up for our twice-weekly newsletter.

Booze and soda top our charts again, but they're closely followed by features from our latest print issue. We'll be rolling out the stories throughout the month, but if you want to get them all now, in their fully designed glory, you can always download it on your iPad for just $0.99.

1. The Truth We Won't Admit: Drinking Is Healthy

2. Put Down That Artificially Sweetened Soda

3. The Rise of Biblical Counseling

4. How Should We Program Computers to Deceive?

5. Why Women Aren't Welcome on the Internet

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Plus, some fun picks from the Web. What we clicked on this week:

  • The possibilities are infinite. But have you ever visualized what that would mean? A poetic, pensive short film by Paul Trillo gives shape to the multiverse in the form of a classic boy-meets-girl story. (via The Atlantic)

  • Only the hardiest of life forms can survive the harsh conditions of outer space. One such organism is called a water bear. Before you picture a grizzly swatting a salmon out of a river, we'll stop you right there: It's actually a microscopic invertebrate, like the one pictured below. (via Nautilus)

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