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    It's really not rocket science

    ("It's really not rocket science," said Shively. "Depressed monkeys do not appear responsive to potential threats. It's that slumped, collapsed body posture accompanied by a lack of responsiveness to environmental events.")

    What does "It's really not rocket science" mean? Is it an idiom or a metaphor?


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    Re: It's really not rocket science

    It's really not rocket science is an idiom meaning it is obvious.

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