This Valentine’s Day we could have just brought you some sappy love stories from science’s past. But instead we offer you three tales of lust, loneliness, betrayal, pettiness, and not one, but two beheadings.Credits
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It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate
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Touched by the Angels
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