By: Megan Gannon, News Editor
Published: 04/21/2013 09:01 AM EDT on LiveScience
A full moon and warm waters may send some sharks diving deep, acco...
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A number is called perfect if it is precisely equal to the sum of all the numbers that divide it exactly (excluding the number itself). In this sense, it's neither too large nor too small; it's just "perfect."
There are some scientists who have a predilection to embrace randomness and who tenaciously proclaim the coincidental nature of anything and everything in science or theology.
Nights of busy dreaming often occur when the moon is round and the internal tides run high.
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