8. Oxygen: Take What You Can Get

 

Element 8 brings us two stories of a population that gets a little too swept up in the latest craze, happening to commit mass murder in the process.

Featured above: A painting of Antoine Lavoisier and his wife, Marie Anne.

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  12. The answer, of course, is probably “both.”
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